By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Currently, America is watching March Madness (the NCAA Tournament), but there has been a 40-year problem that will not go away. By the end of the second round, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been on the outside looking in. Some Black schools have to qualify twice, even […]Read more "IT MAY BE TIME"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus Sure, if you are in California you have probably never heard of the Garden State Hardwood Classic. Probably Maryland as well. Heck, maybe any state in the country besides New Jersey. But if your area code starts with a 201 or 908, among others you are all about the annual […]Read more "It’s A Jersey Thing: Rutgers, Seton Hall battle for state hoop supremacy"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Through Monday’s games 1. Villanova (6-2): They have Jay Wright and Collin Gillespie and a strong supporting cast. The 2 losses were on the road to UCLA and against no. 1 Purdue. NCAA 2. Seton Hall (7-1): Maybe the best Kevin Willard Seton Hall team. Great win over Michigan. Jared […]Read more "Power Rankings: Big East Men’s Hoops"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Through Monday’s games 1. Yale: The eye test still says they are tops. KenPom agrees. And Azar Swain is the best Ivy hooper. Jalen Gabbidon has been a stud. Need EJ Jarvis back inside. 2. Princeton: Getting scoring both outside from Ethan Wright and inside as well. Can be high octane. Great […]Read more "Power Rankings: Ivy League Men’s Hoops"