Archive for: March, 2008

Know Your Tournament Field – Cornell

Cornell is the first team to guarantee themselves a trip to the tournament, so they deserve a profile. The Big Red make it into the field as Ivy League champions because that elite conference is apparently too good for a conference tournament. This is the first time since 1988 that Cornell has won the league, […]

A Glance at the Poll

The latest AP poll came out this morning, and it couldn’t have been more interesting. I wasn’t expecting North Carolina to jump over Memphis. I was thrilled to see Davidson hit the poll at 25. I still think that the poll is too flattering to my beloved Big Ten – they have four ranked teams, […]

College Teams That Will Meet Expectations

In most sports, there is a difference between the teams I like and the teams that are ultimately going to win it all. That’s occasionally frustrating, but I am used to it by now. This is definitely the case in college basketball. The difference with that sport, though, is that teams can have an excellent […]

Rockets are Still Wow without Yao

The Houston Rockets should be in the dumper. At least according to many who saw the season-ending injury to Yao Ming as being the death knell to the club’s playoff hopes. Well the NBA playoffs aren’t here yet, but the Rockets still look like a team destined to be not only in the post-season but […]

Allow me to Introduce Myself

Hey there. There’s a new voice in town on this blog, and I want to thank the guys here at Maddux Sports for having me. My name is T.O. Whenham, and I am obsessed with sports betting. I write about it for a living – you can check out some of my work if you […]

Don’t Forget the Pistons

It may be easy with the upsurge of the Celtics, the surprising play of the Hornets and the general strength of the NBA’s Western Conference to forget the Detroit Pistons. But do not forget these guys. At 42- 16, the Pistons have the second-best record in the entire NBA. They are second only to the […]

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