Incredible Syracuse Buzzer-Beater Puts Duke In The Toilet Where They Belong

Syracuse hosted the infernal Duke Blue Devils tonight and scored 53 points in the second half to storm back from an early deficit and win at the buzzer. Grayson Allen only shot 2-for-11, and Cuse senior John Gillon led all scorers with 26. Gillon, who embarrassed Jayson Tatum earlier in the game, hit a wild three in…

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John Calipari Walks Out Of Interview As Missouri Student Section Chants At Him

Kentucky traveled to Columbia to play SEC basement dwellers Missouri tonight, and the game was uncomfortably close at halftime. No. 11 Kentucky held just a one-point lead over the Tigers at the half, and Missouri fans let Cal have it while he was doing an interview with a reporter from the SEC Network.

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Three Officials And They All Blew The Call

Officials whistled WVU’s Elijah Macon for a foul on this play; all three refs were looking directly at the play—in which two Texas players foul each other, and no Mountaineers are to blame for anything—and they still screwed it up. Big 12 officials seem as good at their jobs as Texas’s basketball and football teams…

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Colorado State Recommended Firing Larry Eustachy Three Years Ago After Investigation

A university investigation conducted three years ago found evidence that Colorado State men’s basketball coach Larry Eustachy verbally and emotionally abused his players, and created a culture of fear and intimidation. The investigators recommended that Eustachy should be fired, a move the school president declined to…

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Fight Breaks Out At D-III Rivalry Game After Dude Gets Thrown To The Deck

Westminster College and Geneva College of the D-III Presidents’ Athletic Conference have a longstanding rivalry. The two small Pennsylvania schools played each other in a basketball doubleheader tonight, and Westminster won both the men’s and women’s games.

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Kansas State President To Students: Please Stop Chanting "Fuck KU," We're On TV

Richard Myers, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President George W. Bush, is in his first year as Kansas State president, and it would seem that some of the finer points of college sports fandom have been lost on the 74-year-old military man.

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Message Board User Who Appears To Be Syracuse Trustee Says Fab Melo "Was No Saint"

A member of a Syracuse fan message board who appears to be university trustee and basketball fan Joyce Hergenhan contributed to a thread mourning the death of former Syracuse player Fab Melo by writing that he “was no saint” due to his role in the school’s academic cheating scandal:

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Who Could Ever Forget That Amazing Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Win?

ESPN’s Mark Adams related a story he says Rick Pitino told him years about about the resilience of the 2008 Arizona Cardinals, who lost to the Patriots 47-7 and went on to win the Super Bowl. Perhaps Pitino turned the game off with 40 seconds left?

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Kentucky Suffers Through Three Hotel Fire Alarms During Night Before Noon Game

Kentucky has lost three of their last five games, which is not a fun place to be. An even less fun place to be is on your way to a noon tip-off after suffering through multiple wake-up calls via fire alarm the night before. This, however, is what the team had to deal with before today’s game against Alabama. From Kyle…

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CU Bros Thrilled To Have Been Slapped By Washington's Malik Dime

I’m not exaggerating in the slightest when I say that this story from BSN Denver is the most heartwarming sports story of 2017. Prepare to be charmed by the tale of the University of Colorado basketball fans who had a great time getting slapped by Washington forward Malik Dime.

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Lonzo Ball Did His Best Steph Curry Impression And Sunk Oregon

Tenth-ranked UCLA hosted fifth-ranked Oregon tonight and struggled hard from the jump. They trailed for the first 36 minutes of the game, falling behind 37-18 at one point. UCLA regained their scoring abilities shortly after, but Oregon remained on fire through the first three quarters of the game.

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Damnit, Grayson Allen Was Phenomenal Tonight

The sanctimonious wieners of Duke took down North Carolina at home tonight and superstar guards Luke Kennard and Grayson Allen were right at the heart of it. The duo combined for 45 of Duke’s 86 points and nine of its 13 threes. The game was close all the way through, but whenever UNC threatened to take the top off of…

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The Reaction To HB2 Will Go Down As A Fluke Or College Sports' New Standard

If the national reaction to North Carolina’s HB2 is meant to serve as the new guiding principle and not a brief moment of political posturing, and if southern states continue to specialize in discriminatory laws disguised as acts encouraging religious freedom, the list of available postseason venues for college sports…

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VCU Won Another Game After Being Down With 0.4 Seconds To Play

A basketball game ending with free throws is normally boring as hell—one team is up by seven with 30 seconds left, so they go to the line a few times and make it a 10-point win. Here’s to VCU for at least making the lead-ups to its game-winning free throws intriguing (and a kind of weak, but mostly intriguing.)

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SLU Basketball Team Abandoned As Bus Driver Goes Rogue And Makes A Run For It [Update]

The St. Louis University basketball team may have just unveiled a less scary mascot, but unfortunately, they still suck at basketball. The 8-16 Billikens lost a road game to St. Bonaventure tonight, and they were unable to immediately hightail it back to the midwest after the game, on account of their bus driver was…

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North Carolina Won't Host A March Madness Game Until 2022 If HB2 Is Not Repealed

According to a letter sent by the N.C. Sports Association to legislators in the North Carolina General Assembly, the NCAA will take its business elsewhere for the next six years if the state’s lawmakers do not repeal House Bill 2 by the end of the month.

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