Gray Gaulding is a man on a mission.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Friday Free for All is that time of the week when I get to post something I feel like posting, movie-related or not.
West Virginia was two wins shy of a national championship. While that won't be any immediate consolation to the players who worked all season to get to the Final Four, it's a lot better than 300-something other D-1 teams can say.
This is the last hurrah with "One Shining Moment" looming in the distance.
Before you settle in this afternoon for the Final Four games (Butler/MSU tips off at 6 p.
For all of those haters and "experts" who have been crying from moment the original NCAA Tournament seedings were announced weeks ago (and there were many) that Duke was handed a cakewalk to the Final Four, know this: when the smoke clears, Duke will have absolutely earned their stripes by battling through what has quickly become the most difficult road to a national championship faced by any team in the field.
Let me get this out of the way: Gordon Hayward is not Jimmy Chitwood, and the Butler Bulldogs are not the Hickory High Hoosiers.
If you've been keeping up with Kevin Jones' Final Four Diary, then you might remember that he mentioned the send off they had before leaving for Indy.
Kevin Jones has been instrumental in West Virginia's run to this year's Final Four, averaging 13.7 points and 7.2 rebounds during the season.
We spend a ton of time on Twitter every day.
Our picks have been all over the place and wrong more often than not.
Even those of us strung out in Texas in the midst of deafening Hip-Hop managed to keep one eye on The Tourney last weekend.
Between SXSW, this great weather most of country is experiencing and the NCAA Tournament, there haven't been many complaints around the TSS headquarters.
In a season where college basketball is without one dominant team, the national championship race is truly wide-open.
That's right, the start of the college hoops season is just one week away and you know what that means: it's time to unleash the mother effing fury! For the past seven months, I've been bottling up a vicious mixture of excitement and rage, just waiting for the moment to release my emotions onto the rest of the world.
Led by a transfer from St.
I've never been one to understand the monochromatic get-up college hoops coaches feel like they need to occasionally whip out, ala Bruce Weber in the 2005 title game.