Here are a couple trends that have caught my eye the last couple of seasons in college basketball. It’s worth noting that each one of these trends has led to immeasurable success for their respective teams. Offensive Efficiency The measure of a really good offensive team is their ability to value possessions and consistently convert those possessions into […]
Our 2012 NCAA Tournament previews concludes with the South Region. In case you missed any of the other regional previews here are the links; East Region, West Region, and Midwest Region. #1 Kentucky Wildcats (32-2, 16-0 SEC) vs. #16 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (16-18, 7-9 Sun Belt) (N/A) How They Punched Their Ticket: Kentucky: 1st Place […]
The NCAA Tournament concludes tonight with #8 Butler facing off against #3 Connecticut and sports-glutton.com’s very own Sportsgrinder will be taking in all the action and tweeting from the Peppermill Sportsbook in Reno, Nevada. Be sure to follow him on Twitter tonight and if you find Sportsgrinder…the first beer is on us.
Just when you thought that Championship Week couldn’t get any more exciting (and excruciating from a fans standpoint), we are witness to why college basketball is so special this time of year. If Friday’s action is a precursor to the start of the tournament, then next week can’t get here soon enough. Lets take a […]
Connecticut at #7 Oklahoma (-17) 55 o/u Oklahoma is favored by 17 points over lowly UConn, but the Sooners history of losing 5 straight BCS bowl games looms heavy over this match-up. It’s hard to put your faith in an Oklahoma team which looked bad in two losses to Missouri and Texas A&M. Moreover, the […]