Browsing Division I

College Football Week 3 Rankings

Posted on 19 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Three newcomers to the top 25, as Nebraska, San Diego State and Utah replace Iowa, Notre Dame and Oregon. Alabama maintain the top spot while Ohio State rise to number 2 and Louisville take over number 3. The rest of the top 7 remains unchanged, while Miami moving up 10 spots to number 15 is the biggest rise of the week. Both Oklahoma and Florida State dropped 11 spots. More

College Football: The Battle At Bristol, Arkansas vs TCU & Week 2 Preview

Posted on 8 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Week 2 of the college football season offers very little in terms of upset potential big, ranked clashes, without a single game of two ranked teams. However, finally getting to see The Battle at Bristol between Virginia Tech and Tennessee happen is something to look forward to, while Arkansas coming to spoil the season for TCU is probably the other game to look forward to if you’re looking for parity. More

2016 College Football Season: Biggest Games of Week 1

Posted on 1 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

The official opening weekend of the 2016 college football season has some massive non-conference games to kick things off right, with Oklahoma playing in Houston against the Cougars, or Ole Miss travelling to Orlando and playing Florida State, who think they have a shot at returning to the playoffs this year. The biggest game in name will be in Dallas, where #20 USC are hoping not to get beat up too badly by defending national champions and number one ranked Alabama. More

College Basketball Scores

Posted on 31 Jan, 2016, by in College Basketball

This weekend in Men’s Basketball was mostly about the Big 12 – SEC challenge with Oklahoma, the number one team in the country, holding off LSU in the Buddy Hield vs Ben Simmons matchup. Other high ranking teams that won were Kansas over Kentucky, North Carolina easily against Boston College and Texas A&M in the showdown with Iowa State. More

Greatest College Basketball Teams All-Time Leading Scorers

Posted on 28 Jan, 2016, by in NBA

It’s rare to see great college basketball players staying four or even three years at their schools these days. But who knows, maybe the scoring records at North Carolina, Kentucky, Duke, Kansas and other big-time schools will be broken one day. More

22 College Basketball Teams Still Undefeated in Conference Play

Posted on 25 Jan, 2016, by in College Basketball

While there are no more undefeated teams in division I college basketball, we still have 22 teams without a loss in their conference. More

College Basketball Scores

Posted on 24 Jan, 2016, by in College Basketball

The weather did stop two top 25 games from taking place (Providence vs Villanova, SMU vs Temple) but there was plenty of action besides that, as number one Oklahoma bounced back from their second loss of the season at Baylor, Kansas handled Texas, West Virginia overcame Texas Tech on the road and Michigan State got through a difficult test against Maryland. More

Men’s Basketball January 4 Scores, Standings & Rankings

Posted on 5 Jan, 2016, by in College Basketball

Four games between five ranked teams were headlines by the number one vs number two showcase of Kansas and Oklahoma in the Big 12, delivering big time with the Jayhawks walking away victorious after three overtimes. Brice Johnson made some history for North Carolina against Florida State, Virginia were stunned by Virginia Tech and West Virginia had a big second half in a tough win over TCU on the road. More

12 Smallest College Basketball Arenas

Posted on 2 Sep, 2015, by in College Basketball

In division I college basketball, there are 12 schools with arenas that have a capacity that’s smaller than 2000. Three of those schools are in the Big South (Longwood, High Point, Charleston Southern) while the two smallest venues, both with less than 900 seats, hail from the state of South Carolina. More

11 Oldest College Football Stadiums

Posted on 26 Aug, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

The conference split of the 11 oldest stadiums in division I college football, all built in 1922 or earlier, gives the SEC the edge (four), followed by the Big Ten (two), Pac-12 (two), Big 12 (two) and one for the ACC. More