Unfortunately, with the outbreak of Coronavirus we were robbed of one of my favorite times of year, March Madness. I've taken it upon myself to see what we could've missed this March in a season that was very unpredictable. Over the course of the season I created and developed a college basketball simulation taking into … Continue reading March Madness 2020: Simulating the Tournament 100 times
The 2020 NCAA Men’s basketball season has been complete chaos to say the least. It’s been near impossible to tell who’s good and who’s not. The chart below shows the top 15 teams in the AP Poll at three different times of this season: preseason, mid-season and currently. Pretty easy to see how much the … Continue reading March Madness Is Coming: Who to Watch and Which Teams Can Make A Run
Miami (FL) at Illinois 12/2 My Prediction: Illinois 78 Miami (FL) 68 Illinois only has one loss this year and it was on the road to a very talented Arizona team. The Illini have two post presences in Kofi Cockburn and Giorgi Bezhanishvili that will give a lot of teams trouble this year. Miami’s three losses all come againstformidable opponents (UConn, Florida and Louisville), but … Continue reading Big Ten/ACC Challenge Preview
The Madness is finally here! It's the best time of year for College Basketball players, coaches and fans. I have split this post into 3 sections: A quick look at the best offensive/defensive/rebounding teams, upset predictions and bracket tips. Defense Wins Championships School Def PPP Rank eFG% Rank TOV% Rank Texas Tech 87.2 1 42.8% … Continue reading March Madness Preview, Upset Picks and Bracket Tips
Casual college basketball fans probably will not have heard of the Southern Conference, but the Southern Conference (SoCon) is incredibly strong this year. By that, I mean there are multiple teams I could see pulling an upset in the tournament if they can win the Southern Conference Tournament. Below is a look at the current … Continue reading The SoCon: Home to One of This Year’s Bracket-Busters?