2013 NCAA Tournament: East Region Preview

Mar 19, 2013 2 Comments

#1 Indiana vs. #16 LIU Brooklyn How they Punched Their Ticket Indiana (27-6, 14-4 Big 10): Finished 1st in Big 10- At Large Bid LIU Brooklyn (20-13, 12-6 NEC): Won NEC Tournament- Automatic Bid ATS (Against the Spread) Indiana: 14-13 LIU Brooklyn: 3-0 Hoosiers Outlook: IU’s offensive efficiency within a conference as competitive as the Big […]

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2012-13 “Presidential” College Basketball Preview Part 2

Nov 08, 2012 3 Comments

Our “Presidential” College Basketball Preview continues today with the Top 10 teams in the land, breaking down each school by way of positions in the White House (click here if you missed Part I):* President: The Head of the State.  This equates to the unquestioned leader on his team. He has the ability to initiate […]

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2012 NCAA Tournament: South Region Preview

Mar 13, 2012 6 Comments

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 […]

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The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy

Nov 28, 2011 No Comments

The Good UNLV Rebels (7-0) (Current RPI #29) What a marquee win for head coach David Rice and his Rebels program on Saturday versus the top ranked Tar Heels.  The Rebels played a near flawless second half on both sides of the ball.  They outshot the Tar Heels by nearly 17% (47.4-UNLV vs. 30.6-UNC) in […]

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Build up to March Madness: “Rebels With a Cause”

Jan 22, 2011 No Comments

In part two of our weekly profile leading up to the start of the tournament, sports-glutton.com remembers one of the most intimidating teams of all-time; the 1989-90 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. The Team   A young Mike Tyson use to enter the ring and stare down his opponent to the point that he knew he had […]

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