By: Evan Lachnit, KCOU Sports As the calendar turns from March to April, the weather gets warmer, flowers begin to bloom, but the madness does not stop. Thus far we have had one of the most compelling tournaments in recent memory. The first full day of action in what is technically the second round was […]
By: Jeff Parles & Nate Kotisso, KCOU Sports It’s back. March is almost here and KCOU will be bringing you the latest bracketology updates.
By: Nate Gatter, KCOU Sports First things first, I love a good charge. Taking a charge requires traits I most admire and desire in a basketball player: grit, determination, intelligence, physical toughness, defensive commitment, and a team-first mentality. Flopping requires none of those. Flopping, embellishment, and exaggeration have always existed in sports. After all, whether […]
By: Evan Lachnit, KCOU Sports Early this week, the always exciting and entertaining ACC/Big 10 Challenge wrapped up. As the season is just about a month old, we can begin to take away a few things from the early action that has taken place and especially from what happen in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge. The […]
By: Nate Gatter, KCOU Sports It’s the first week of November and a world full of pick and rolls, half-court heaves, defensive rotations, no-look passes, and buzzer-beaters is about to return. Players will pivot, travel, and fade away while sinking all manner of finger-rolls, floaters, and baby hooks. Coaches will motivate, moan, and, maybe, show […]
By: Conner Handel, KCOU Sports Shabazz Napier and the seven seeded UConn Huskies defied all odds last year by cutting down the nets in Arlington, Texas. Unfortunately for them, they lost their two leading scorers and rebounders, their leading assist man, and the NCAA Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. So with these departures, how could UConn […]