The CFB Playoff rankings are here!
As Championship Weekend nears, there’s plenty at stake when Week 13 plays out.
Can UNC become the third 1-seed to reach the Elite Eight? Meanwhile Florida/Wisconsin are evenly matched, and UCLA/Kentucky promises to be a treat.
With Day 4 of the NCAA Tournament in the rear-view, we look back at all ‘we’ got wrong over the weekend. I thought Duke was back—what happened there?
After two days of the NCAA Tournament, I was crying out for something big. Then Wisconsin arrived and took down the defending champions. That wasn’t all.
It’s March! or so we keep hearing. But there has been little madness throughout the first two days of the tournament. Is that going to change?
Thanks to some strange seeding, Minnesota got paired with Middle Tennessee, which provided an unsurprising upset—but one of our only ones of the day.
The Big 10 doesn’t have a powerhouse this year, but they still have a few teams to watch. Purdue tops them all, however, ahead of their tournament.
Every time we talk Duke, it’s Grayson Allen; it’s Coach K; it’s this or that. But what about their longest-tenured player, Amile Jefferson?
You don’t have to like it, but there’s no denying that John Calipari’s system works. Plus we look ahead to the best action this weekend, and a little extra.
As College Football season nears its end, College Basketball is just about to start turning up the heat. We look at conference favorites and plenty more.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?
Time for conference play to ramp up around the college football landscape. Plus we focus on Cal’s Davis Webb and—have you seen how well Army’s been playing?
We’ve all seen the latest AP Poll, so what does TSP’s Top 25 look like? For one thing, Louisville is here to play. Oh, and we’re not going easy on FSU.
The Sooners are more than likely playing for their playoff lives this weekend against Ohio State. That, and for the hope of their conference.
Both Oklahoma and LSU did themselves no favors, Nebraska paid tribute to a fallen teammate. We’ve got the highs and lows of Week 1; what stood out to you?
Remember when teams would fill non-conference schedules with garbage to pad records? With each passing year, those days are becoming a thing of the past.
Who just snuck into the field? Who will cruise? And, will any of these matchups top yesterday’s excitement?