Year of the Gator Indeed

The party is over. Hoops season is complete. Spring Break in Bracketville has given way to finals prep and summer job searches. After a bracket-gone-wild pre-party, little George Mason showed up at the kegger with some bruises and shoulder chips. LSU, despite post-Katrina chaos raging on, managed to down twelve beers at the wet t-shirt… Continue reading Year of the Gator Indeed

Friday Morning Donut Call

So…..how’s everyone doing in their office donut pool? While my head says Boston Kreme will run the table, my heart wants Lemon to make a deep run out of the 5/12 pairing. The box is wide open this year, and even tournament newcomers Maple and Sour Cream have legitimate shots.

Year of the Gator?

With the season well under way, schedule analysis becomes useful in determining which team will seem powerful come March. A squad with 25+ wins is guaranteed a high seed, and becomes an automatic threat to play deep into the postseason. After posting a 9-0 start, the Florida Gators are facing what looks to be a… Continue reading Year of the Gator?

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Josh McRoberts Named McDonalds MVP

Having the best high school hoops player in the country hail from your hometown is cool. Watching him dominate on national television is nothing short of thrilling. In case you haven’t heard, Josh McRoberts is the real deal, and was awarded MVP honors last night for his 17-point, 12-rebound effort against the best talent in… Continue reading Josh McRoberts Named McDonalds MVP

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