Here is the second round of The Sports Bank’s 2014 NBA Mock Draft where team needs and outstanding trades have NOT been taken into account with this second round. By the way, The Sports Bank had the most accurate NBA Mock Draft in both 2011 and 2012 along with the second most accurate mock in 2013.
Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid, or Jabari Parker. Who will be the first pick in the 2014 NBA Draft? It’s an ongoing debate that will continue up to draft night on June 26th.
Here is The Sports Bank’s 2014 NBA Mock Draft where team needs and outstanding trades have been taken into account. Click on the player’s name for an in-depth draft profile. By the way, The Sports Bank had the most accurate NBA Mock Draft in both 2011 and 2012 along with the second most accurate mock in 2013. [Read more...]
It’s never too early to start thinking ahead. Here is an early projection of the 2014 NCAA Tournament Bracketology. You will notice on the Bracket Matrix grades that The Sports Bank’s bracketology has been more accurate than ESPN’s Joe Lunardi three of the past four years. Be sure to check back at The Sports Bank throughout the college basketball season for weekly updates.
The Indiana Hoosiers at (12-7, 2-4) are not looking good right now for an at large berth in the NCAA Tournament. As the flagship school and the biggest brand in the “Hoosier” state, their mediocrity or worse is indicative of the mediocrity or worse in the state of Indiana college basketball right now. Hey, at least there’s the Pacers! For the first time since 2005, the entire state could be shut out of the NCAA Tournament.
The Indiana Hoosiers are in a transitional season, as 10 of its top 11 players are freshmen or sophomores. Still, this is the much bally-hoed “The Movement.” And when you arrogantly give a self-aggrandizing nickname to a recruiting class, that class better produce. Besides look at around the nation, youth is no longer an excuse for losing. This isn’t 1990 anymore.
Note: projections will not include my predictions for the Big Ten basketball tournament, nor any March Madness predictions.
This Indiana Hoosiers die-hard is experiencing zeitgeist alright. Zeitgeist translates from German into ‘Merican as “spirit of the times.” Indiana Hoosiers spirit. Holiday spirit. Christmas spirit. School spirit. Spirit of the season.
He, or she, most likely a he, synced up Christian Watford’s 3-pointer to beat Kentucky at the buzzer in December of 2011 with Christmas lights. It starts with the Indiana Hoosiers fight song. Cue up the Clark W. Griswold from National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation jokes.
Enjoy after the jump!
This female Indiana Hoosiers fan attended the Big Ten ACC Challenge game at Syracuse, and soon got rather sad. Because after all her team got destroyed. As did my Michigan State Spartans, so I feel her pain. And my Illini collapsed in their game and lost as well. However, I did not get semi-naked, as this young woman did.
And I’m sure this will shock no one, the down to her unmentionables in public, or should I say in pubic, Indiana Hoosiers fan has a huge tramp stamp! SHOCKING!
And she has a huge upper back tattoo as well, surprising no one.
The two-day Big Ten/ACC Challenge tips off Tuesday evening. With Syracuse, Pitt, and Notre Dame joining the ACC, that conference is trying to stake its claim as the best in the country. Last year, the challenge finished in a 6-6 tie but here are my predictions for the 2013 Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
With a 51-3 shellacking of the Indiana Hoosiers, the Wisconsin Badgers improved upon a nine-game winning streak that has been downright horrifying for the Hoosiers.
In those nine games, the Badgers have outscored the Hoosiers 467-136 and averaged 346.0 rushing yards per game.
Here are some more of those numbers that must have people involved with the Indiana football program never wanting to see the Badgers ever again. [Read more...]
There’s only two ways to make people around the country notice an underrated team and that’s to pull a huge upset or obliterate your opponent like never before.
The Wisconsin Badgers went with the latter today as they racked up 554 rushing yards in a 51-3 win over the Indiana Hoosiers.
Wisconsin had three rushers go over 100 yards for the third time this season, including James White who went for a career-high 205 on the ground.
When it comes to the Wisconsin Badgers and Indiana Hoosiers, history tends to repeat itself.
Not only has Indiana not beaten Wisconsin since 2002, the Badgers have averaged 52.0 points to the Hoosiers’ 16.6 points over their previous eight games.
The Hoosiers would like nothing more than to buck the trend and spoil the Badgers’ reputation in the last season of the BCS system.
College football season begins tomorrow night! The first full slate of full games follows two days later. In the spirit of the season, we present the ten best rivalries in the game, and give you the corresponding date to circle on your calendar.
This is a football centric list, but we have the best college basketball rivalries on here as well.