College Football News:UConn to leave AAC in ’20, owe $17M fee

The Huskies will leave on July 1, 2020, and are required to pay an exit fee of $17 million by 2026. UConn is joining the Big East in all sports besides football, men’s and women’s ice hockey and rowing. The school said its football program will become an independent team beginning in the 2020 season. […]

Big East officially announces UConn’s return

The Big East offically announced the University of Conneticut’s return to the conference. UConn was apart of the conference from 1979 (where it was a charter member) to 2013. The league said the year of entry will be determined at a later date. UConn will participate in 20 of the Big East’s 22 sports. Notably, […]

College Basketball News:Top grad transfer Blackshear picks Florida

The UConn Board of Trustees accepted an invitation on Wednesday to move basketball and most other sports teams (not including football) back to the conference they were a charter member of. UConn rejoins the Big East officially! As I said in a previous post, UConn will be moving their football team either to a different […]

UConn expected to rejoin Big East

The University of Connecticut (UConn) is expected to return to the Big East in basketball and other sports in 2020 per multiple reports. According to ESPN, nothing is offical but an announcement could be made at some point next week. The biggest question for the huskies, though, is about their football program. According to a […]

Taking a look at the final 2019 top ten college basketball class rankings

As the spotligh on the 2019 class closes, we are going to take a look at the top ten classes college basketball for the 2019 class according to ESPN. The top three players according to ESPN for each school in the top ten will be ranked. Number=National Rank on ESPN 100 ()=High School 1.Memphis Tigers […]

The rise and fall of the Big East

From the Big East getting three one seeds in the NCAA Tournament to TCU being a bowl buster during the era of the BCS,the Big East was that conference that challenged all of the major conference teams.But to look at the fall of the greatest basketball conference ever,we have to take a look at the […]

Arkansas star Center Gafford puts name in draft,won’t play in NIT

Arkansas star Center Daniel Gafford won’t play in the NIT Tournament,as he has put his name in the draft and signed with an agent.Gafford,a projected first round pick a year ago,decided to come back for another year in Fayetteville.His numbers improved across the board where he averaged seventeen points,nine rebounds,and shot an amazing sixty-six percent […]

College Basketball Saturday Review 4:A day of upset and revenge (and what we expected to happen)

9.North Carolina got revenge on Louisville,with a win in 15.Louisville,79-69.Luke Maye scored twenty points and added eleven rebounds,adding another double-double to his name. 19.LSU was upset by Arkansas,90-89.Arkansas held an eighteen point lead at a point,last the lead,and got it back.LSU had three chances at a game winner.Arkansas Center and NBA prospect Daniel Gafford scored […]

The couple of teams who can win it all in April now that Virginia is out

Now that number one overall seed Virginia got upset by UMBC.This is the first time ever a sixteen seed has beaten a number one seed.So here are a couple teams who could win it all: (These teams are in no order) 1.(1 Seed) Villanova Wildcats Villanova won the Big East Tournament and is now in […]

College Basketball News:Conference Championship Week less than a week away,Shareef O’Neal to UCLA,North Carolina-Duke number two,Kansas earns fourteenth straight regular-season Big 12 title in a row

Sorry I missed a college basketball Saturday review.It is life.I had to take one off.To make up for it,I will do a college basketball news post with the conference championship week less than a week away. Shaquille O’Neal’s son,and five-star recruit Shareef O’Neal has verbally committed to UCLA after decommiting from Arizona after the scandal […]