- Geek & Sci-Fi
We've shared a lot of brackets and picks for the NCAA Tournament already, but Jennifer Lawrence has weighed in and she's the only person who matters.
Georgia Tech's Logistic Regression/Markov Chain basketball computer ranking system has submitted its nerdy NCAA Tournament picks.
Selection Sunday lays the blueprint for the coming battles.
Rick Pitino doesn't care for social media, and thinks that people who read it are underachievers. MY COLUMN:
From leaving the Falcons in the middle of the night during the season, wrecking his motorcycle and getting caught with a side piece...back to a respectable program. 'Murica.
FSU and Auburn can fight for the BCS title, but the Louisville Cardinals are already winners for having Jennifer Lawrence as their No. 1 celebrity fan.
Louisville head coach Charlie Strong is reportedly trading bourbon for bar-b-que, Cardinal red for burnt orange.
One of the first lessons coaches preach is securing the easiest possible shot. It's good to know the Duke freshman hasn't forgotten this nugget.
Marcus Paige made sure to make UNC's loss to Belmont a distant memory.
For the majority of yesterday, I splayed myself on the leather IKEA couch my roommates and I keep in our living room, feet propped up in hotel slippers with a full stadium cup of coffee at hand.
All early season college basketball tournaments are not created equal, as you can see by this exhaustive list.
A local news sportscaster namedropped 31 pro wrestlers during a set of Louisville Cardinals and Ohio Bobcats highlights. Sure, why not?
Do what you will with these three thoughts as it relates to Louisville's 49-7 emasculation of Ohio yesterday.
Want an entertaining, hilarious, but still semi-logical listen.
Ladies man and the reigning best college basketball coach in the state of Kentucky and beyond, Rick Pitino, is a man of his word.
All I could think of while watching this clip was, "man, I wish Taiwan Animation did all of Marvel's animated movies.
“Papa” John Schnatter is, of course, the founder of the Papa John’s pizza franchise, and he’s a graduate of Ball State University.
And, you know, also Louisville for winning the national championship.
The national championship game went the way Vegas prognosticators predicted: with Louisville standing above the field, nylon net firmly in hand.