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WATCH: Kansas loses in new, horrifying (hilarious) fashion

Kansas was trying to mount a late rally to tie or take the lead against South Dakota State. With time winding down, they needed to spike the ball for clock purposes. This happened: That’s right, they fumbled the snap trying to spike it, then fell on the ball to kill the clock. On a day […]

Bloguin Top 50: No. 39 — Cincinnati

Cincinnati Bearcats 2014 Record: 9-4 (lost bowl game) 1 Burning Question – Can the Bearcats’ defense take them to the next level? The second biggest question with Cincinnati is, “Can Gunner Kiel stay healthy?” That’s a fine question, and a pretty important one when one peruses the Bearcats’ quarterback roster. However, the question so burning […]

Mr. Jones Had A Thing Going On: 5 Takeaways from Duke’s Title-Game Win

Duke is fresh off toppling Wisconsin 68-63 for the national championship. The Blue Devils were down nine early in the second half. A killer 7-0 run during the final segment (after the under-4 media timeout) put the Blue Devils ahead for good. Here are a few of my immediate takeaways from a great championship game […]

10 Things to Look For in the Final Four

The Final Four features three of the top four Ken Pom teams for the first time since 2012. In the human polls, Kentucky was No. 1 the entire season, Duke never left the top five, and Wisconsin slipped as low as 7th. Michigan State is 15th in Ken Pom. The Spartans were ranked for five […]

Podcast: Matt Zemek and Scott King Preview the Elite 8

Hello, friends. We have a little bonus for you this week. I, Scott King, have a weekly podcast that I’m a part of called the Bearcats BlogCast. On this edition, I talked with fellow Student Section editor and all around Bloguin extraordinaire

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