Thursday, August 13, 2020

We Chose the Wrong School to Focus on Happy Things

The gang discusses a whole slew of depressing USC news: the post-Kliff Kingsbury era, the Kevin Porter Jr. saga, and reportedly shameful board of trustees behavior. At least Ivan Lewis is gone!

Enfield, USC currently have No. 1 recruiting class for 2019

Here's why there's more to USC's No. 1 ranked class than just recruiting as usual.

How USC prospects fit on their NBA teams

USC had two players drafted on Thursday, while two joined rosters as un-drafted free agents. We check out their team compatibility and lookout for the future.

PAC-12 Recruiting: Implications of the FBI investigation

A two year FBI investigation into bribery, fraud and corruption in college basketball has sent shockwaves around the country since it was announced on Tuesday. Four coaches have been arrested, and a successful head coach has been fired. The PAC-12 has not been spared from this investigation, and the fallout could have implications that affect recruiting for years to...

USC Basketball NBA Prospects: DeAnthony Melton the Many-Faced God

I’m so happy this guy stayed in school. De'Anthony Melton has a great freshman season at USC for a player of his status. He averaged 8.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists with two steals a game. Standing at 6”3, Melton is a guy that can do everything from the guard spot. This guy does so many things well,...

USC Basketball NBA Prospects: Elijah Stewart is Steps Away

Elijah Stewart is ready for his senior season. I know everyone looks down on four-year college players but some guys benefit from spending more time in college. Just ask NBA Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon. Stewart has the talent to fill some well-needed spots for several NBA teams. His senior season must display improvement in certain areas. The Uneven...

USC Basketball NBA Prospects: Is Chimezie Metu Ready for the NBA?

Metu is one of those players with special, but not overwhelming talent. He can do enough to be seen, but he won’t blow you out the water. Chimezie Metu could be an NBA prospect. Players with his skill set would do well at the next level. But just where does Metu need to improve?   In the 2016-17 season, Metu played...

March Madness with Peyton Siva (Part 2)

Last week, I introduced a series of interviews with former Louisville point guard, and 2013 National Champion, Peyton Siva. Peyton has agreed to take us behind the scenes of his experiences in March Madness week-by-week. If you missed the first installation, where we discussed Championship Week, you can read it here. For our second interview, Peyton and I discussed Selection Sunday,...

Armchair Bracketology: Selection Sunday

The day has come ladies and gentlemen. Arguably the greatest day of the year. It's Selection Sunday 2017! I present to you my master work; the only changes you can expect are swapping Texas State and Princeton out should they lose in their conference tourneys. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the Madness. The Selection Show will air on...

Armchair Bracketology: 3/11/17

Conference championships have started. Hearts have been broken. Titles have been won. It is officially March. Armchair Brackets will now be updated each night until Selection Sunday. On behalf of Armchair All-Americans, welcome to the month of Madness!EAST MIDWEST WEST SOUTH For quality up-to-date sports reporting, visit our website, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. For all your collegiate and professional...
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