The best and worst of March Madness, Week 1

Monday, March 24th, 2014

It is joy. It is pain. And we cannot get enough. Every NCAA tournament opening weekend is memorable, but 2014 was particularly hellbent on taking the cake with its mix of upsets, overtime games and improbable buzzer beaters. Yet for all that brilliance, there is an equal amount of sorrow. Sure, no ...

Brady Hoke To Michigan?

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Reports are swirling today that Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh is not interested in heading to Ann Arbor to take over for Rich Rodriguez at Michigan. Apparently it will be the NFL or staying at Stanford for Harbaugh, which leaves Michigan in an unenviable position. With guys like Will Muschamp and Randy ...

Good Luck Stephen Strasburg, You’re Gonna Need It

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Tonight, the Washington Nationals will select Stephen Strasburg with the No. 1 overall pick in the MLB Draft. In case you aren't aware, Strasburg is a right-handed pitcher for the San Diego State Aztecs and he has ridiculous stuff. We're talking the kind of pitching talent only seen in video ...

The Final Four is Set…For The NIT

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

Well the much anticipated Final Four is already set. Yep, it's already all mapped out. For the National Invitation Tournament. Let me guess, you don't care? It's the Not Interested Tournament or the Not Invited Tournament to you. Sure, fine. No really, that's fine. I'm not going to try and convince you ...

NCAA Tournament Thoughts: Day One, Early Session

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

I guess you could call this a running diary, but it's really more just my thoughts as the games progress. There will be very little rhyme or reason to the updates, they'll just arrive as things come into the cosmic skull jelly that rests between my ears. Enjoy. Games on right ...

Screw You, SEC

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Every year, the NCAA tournament committee manages to make at least one glaring mistake. And we're always here to call them out on it. Last year, it was the comparatively minor violation of giving Butler the shaft when it came to seeding. Last year's Bulldogs, who were clearly good enough to ...

Former MVP Added To San Diego State Staff

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

When Brady Hoke ditched the bustling mecca that is Muncie, Indiana to take over a dying football program at San Diego State, many wondered how exactly he planned on turning things around. The first thing Hoke did upon arriving in San Diego was surround himself with experienced coordinators. He named ...

San Diego State Straight Up Robbed Ball State (Allegedly)

Monday, December 15th, 2008

"Sources" have told ESPN's Joe Schad that Ball State head coach Brady Hoke is going to be leaving the school to get another head coaching opportunity. Pretty much everyone could see this coming. Hoke's Cardinals went 12-1 this season, were undefeated until the MAC championship game, and had Nate Davis, ...