If you thought the lunacy of college football’s “National Signing Day” was behind you, we’d like to introduce you to DeMarcus Smith. Smith is a highly touted 4 star quarterback prospect out of Louisville’s Senaca High School. He’s made some curious choices of late, and in the process he has sparked an interesting debate. Let us explain…
It’s so on today. And by it, I mean College Basketball. And by on, I mean games – and lots of them, too. Some of them are even meaningful. This is the beauty of College Basketball, it can be pretty boring throughout the year, but when March comes around it gets good – I mean REALLY GOOD. So we here at JPQ decided that as a public service we would help guide you through a busy day with our can’t miss plan. Here’s what your going to need to do: find a comfy chair, adequate food and beverages (if you’re a rookie – pace yourself), and keep your remote handy.
I’ve taken my bows and my curtain calls. You brought me fame and fortuen and everything that goes with it. I thank you all. -Queen
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! You know what the man says. The man says all the world the loves a winner. If that’s true, you’re gonna love these four guys. If that’s true, you’re gonna love the only four guys in history to have won an NCAA title and immediately following, won themselves a NBA title. Four times the action. Four times the adventure. Four times the fantastic.
The Big East is the definition of a power conference. Arguably the best conference in college basketball, they have the record to back up those claims to begin the season. As of today, Big East teams have gone 82-12 and have 7 teams in the top 25, including 3 in the top 10. With the exception of 1 or 2 teams at the bottom of the conference, the Big East is the most balanced conference top to bottom, which should produce some excellent match-ups when conference play begins in January.
We go together like rama lama lama ke ding a de dinga a dong. Remembered forever like shoo bop shoo wadda wadda yipitty boom de boom. -Grease
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Pitino and Calipari. Calipari and Pitino. Birds of feather. Me and my shadow, strolling down the avenue. Just me and my shadow, all alone and feelin’ blue. The connection between John Calipari and Rick Pitino is eerie. Spooky. Creepy. Where there is one, there is the other. To have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health. These days it’s for worse. It’s for poorer. It’s in sickness.