Archive - Mar 26, 2019

2019 McDonald's All American Practice Notes

Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:19pm

Some of the nation’s best competed in the two days of the prestigious McDonald’s All-American practices. The 2019 class provides a balance of talent at each position. Tomorrow’s game tips off at State Farm Arena.

Bryan Antoine 6’5 180 SG - Villanova

Sweet Sixteen Preview: East Region

Tue, 03/26/2019 - 3:19pm

This has been one of the more “normal” NCAA tournaments so far with the top four seeds reaching the Sweet Sixteen in the East region. Although this tournament has lacked buzzer beaters and cinderella stories, college basketball fans are in for a treat with the top talent and competition the rest of the way.

#1 Duke vs. #4 Virginia Tech

Duke

2019 Underclassman All-American Game

Tue, 03/26/2019 - 1:04pm

The Underclassman All-American Game has been unofficially positioned as the Pre-McDonald’s All-American Game, as it provides similar talent for younger prospects. This year was no different from the past, as there were a handful of five star prospects on display. The East took home a 107-90 victory over the West.

East


Michael Foster 6’8 220 PF – 2021

Sweet Sixteen Preview: West Region

Tue, 03/26/2019 - 10:24am

The West Region hasn’t really had anything unexpected happen thus far. Murray State did handle Marquette fairly easily and Florida did beat Nevada, but both of these “underdogs” were playing a better brand of basketball than their opponents. In the round of 32, the favorites cleaned the board, leading up to a Sweet 16 with the top four teams in the region facing one another.

#1 Gonzaga vs. #4 Florida State

Gonzaga