Monthly Archives: January 2012

Play-by-play theater is a feature (that I just started) where I use the comprehensive play-by-play archive from the past three seasons to hunt for extreme, and possibly silly, events that have occurred in a college basketball game. And who doesn’t like extreme, and possibly silly, events? I do! I mean, I don’t! I don’t not […]

As you may have noticed, Wisconsin inhabits the #2 spot in my ratings this morning despite having lost five of its first 17 games, including a home game to Iowa and a lopsided loss to Michigan in the past week alone. This is an issue that is not going to go away this season. Even […]

Utah beat Washington State 62-60 in a 60 possession, overtime game on Thursday night. I was there. This is was I saw. Imperfection denied Heading into last night, no team in the nation had a better shot at going winless in conference than Utah. Their inaugural Pac-12 contest was a 40-point loss to Colorado, who […]

It’s getting to that time of year where people start talking about All-American teams and player of the year honors. There always seems to be that one guy that is having a large impact but fails to get the proper recognition because his team plays at a very slow pace and thus said player is […]

Wyoming beat Utah Valley 76-70 in a 59-possession game on Tuesday night. I was there. This is what I saw. A (Mountain/Great) West showdown Why was I at the Utah Community Credit Union Center last night? For one, I can now say that I’ve seen a game in a Great West Arena, and I’m guessing […]

Last week, Matt Norlander introduced you all to the idea that scoring is down across college basketball this season. This is something I should have done, but despite several people mentioning to me over recent weeks that they thought scoring was down, I never took the matter seriously enough to investigate.  You should read the […]