Shaka Smart officially turns down Marquette

Friday, March 28th, 2014

On Thursday night, Marquette finally got its answer from Shaka Smart, and it wasn't the one the school was hoping for. Smart called Marquette Thursday to officially turn down the school's head basketball coaching job and he will return to Virginia Commonwealth next season. Former Marquette coach Buzz Williams bolted for ...

Buzz Williams: SMU Wants Marquette Coach

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Buzz Williams has a great thing going at Marquette. The 39-year-old head coach has a 96-44 record during his four seasons in Milwaukee, but would he be willing to leave to head back to his home state of Texas to coach? The SMU Mustangs certainly hope so. SMU is trying to ...

Mark Turgeon Accepts Maryland Job

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Gary Williams' seat has now been filled. It took Mark Turgeon roughly 24 hours to decide to leave Texas A&M to take over the basketball program at the University of Maryland, and he will be introduced on Wednesday in College Park. Though he said it was a difficult decision, Turgeon ...

Buzz Williams Would Be Insane To Take Oklahoma Job

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Marquette has carved out a nice little tournament run. As the East's No. 11 seed the Golden Eagles knocked off No. 6 seed Xavier 66-55, then upset No. 3 seed Syracuse 66-62. Without much expected from them this year, the Golden Eagles' march to the Sweet 16 has been a ...

The Best And Worst Of The NCAA Tournament’s Opening Weekend

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Biggest Surprises: Virginia Commonwealth "It is an outrage that VCU is in the tournament over (insert major conference team here)" - Every College Basketball Analyst Everywhere. Um, you guys are all fired. The Rams have been outstanding so far, more than justifying their selection. VCU is the only team to play three games ...

Mike Anderson Headed To Arkansas?

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Now that Arkansas has let head basketball coach John Pelphrey go after four seasons, everyone's attention will now turn to who is next for the Razorbacks. As of now, the Arkansas opening may be the top available job in the 2011 coaching race. Right now, from what we're hearing, the man ...