With Oregon's men's basketball roster getting word they'll have Will Richardson back for the 2022-23 season combined with its offseason additions via the transfer portal and traditional commitments, the Oregon Ducks have moved up in a big way in the latest ESPN Bracketology Projections for next year's NCAA Tournament. Joe Lunardi now has the Ducks out of the 8/9 game in the bracket and instead has moved them into a seed that could launch them into the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament.
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Super seniors are here to stay for at least the next four seasons until the student-athletes who were on campus in the 2020-21 years cycle through. That means instead of five seasons to play four, student-athletes now have six to play five. Super seniors were major factors on rosters last season. That won't change in 2023. Here is my list of the top 25 in this category in the pre-pre-preseason:
Back in 2008, Quincy Henderson helped the Winona State men’s basketball team to its second national championship and third Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference championship in a vaunted three year span. Now, 14 years later, he is returning to the NSIC to try to win a title for one of the Warriors’ rivals. On May 18, Henderson took over the St. Cloud State men’s basketball program as the new head coach, and while he says his squad’s games against WSU will be no more important than the team’s other NSIC matchups, it might take some time to get used to being on the other side of things. "It might be a little strange going against my alma mater, but I think that’s also pretty cool to have that," he said. Henderson’s journey through the coaching ranks started in a way he did not expect. After his college career ended, he continued his playing career in the Southeast Australian Basketball League, playing three seasons with the Kilsyth Cobras. On the court, Henderson continued to thrive the way he did at WSU, winning defensive player of the year honors twice and leading the team to a 2010 division title while going to the playoffs all three seasons. There are many ways to watch NFL live streams online, including free options and others that include all games live.
Oklahoma football legend Marcus Dupree found himself in the right place at the right time earlier this week. The former running back was driving from Norman—where he attended the Sooners' annual Red-White Game—to Tulsa on Tuesday for an NFL Draft charity event when he witnessed a high-speed crash on the Turner Turnpike. She was pulling around me, I was in the fast lane and I guess she was going to zip around," Dupree told KOCO.
It has become an annual ritual where college basketball fans submit their brackets thinking this is the year that their bracket will be perfect. That hope usually goes away pretty early. Picking a perfect bracket is close to impossible. Even picking a perfect first round is nearly impossible. The odds of a perfect bracket is more than 1-in-9 quintillion (based on a coin flip).
The Jayhawks are national champions and the entire state of Kansas couldn’t be happier. It’s been a long wait for Kansas, which last won the national championship in 2008. The celebrations have already begun and will likely continue for months to come before the next phase of the basketball season begins.
Last year’s March Madness marketing stats were staggering – 126 brands spent $1.163 billion on 30-second television spots that averaged $1.55 million each during March Madness. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The March Madness marketing season is a huge opportunity for cross-device advertising, and this year’s March Madness viewership is projected to be accessing even more content away from the television.
Part II of College Hoops Media Roundtable I participated in with The Student Section and Awful Announcing is up. In the conclusion, we discuss questions about college basketball broadcasting, like the possibility of announcer-less telecasts and the CBS/Turner March Madness relationship. Enjoy!
I joined Matt Zemek, Scott King, and Bart Doan from Bloguin's The Student Section, Matt Yoder from Awful Announcing, and Raphielle Johnson from College Basketball Talk to discuss numerous college basketball-related issues in the first of a two-part roundtable post that will conclude tomorrow. Today, we look at scheduling issues and if there's a way to fix the college basketball regular season, among other topics.