Quarterfinal Action at the Big South Conference

No March tournament has the potential for more madness than the Big South Conference Tournament (being held in Buies Creek, North Carolina on the campus of Campbell University). Parity is the name of the game in the Big South as the top eight teams in the conference were separated by a mere three games in the regular season. It would not be a shock if any of the remaining teams win the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Big South storylines to follow:

Radford tries to repeat as tournament champion but comes in limping. They lost three of their final five games. The Highlanders will lean heavily on Ed Polite Jr and Carlik Jones (last year’s Big South Tournament …

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Ep 022 – Fields Eligibility for 2019, Non-CFP Teams to Pay Attention To, College Basketball Week 15 AP Top 25 and More

On Episode 22, Clint and Greg talk about the NCAA granting a waiver to Ohio State’s quarterback Justin Fields, allowing him to play for the Buckeyes in 2019. They talk about a few non-College Football Playoff teams from 2018 that are quickly heading in the College Football Playoff direction. Then they transition right into whats going on currently in the College Basketball landscape after Week 14, with most of the discussion focused on the AP Top 25 teams as usual. They close out the episode by talking about some of the possible bubble teams in each conference currently fighting for position.…

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Ep 017 – Bowl Season Continues, College Football Disaster, Mark Richt and Week 8 College Basketball Recap of the Men’s AP Top 25

On Episode 17, Clint and Greg continue the bowl season conversation by talking about the bowl games that took place this week as we inch closer and closer to the National Championship game between Alabama and Clemson. With the primary focus being on the College Football Playoff disaster.

They talk about the New Era Pinstripe Bowl that saw Miami and Wisconsin square off, and briefly talk about the University of Miami and Mark Richt unexpectedly announcing his retirement today after an unexpected 7-6 season. They give their thoughts on the Alabama vs. Clemson National Championship game and then transition to what went down during Week 8 in the College Basketball AP Top 25 and take a look at what you

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