Michael Rogner

Perfection: 40-0 Baylor goes out on top

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For the first time in history, a college basketball team has gone 40-0. The Baylor Bears, led by their star Brittney Griner, beat Notre Dame 80-61 to win the women’s National Championship. Baylor had led by six at halftime. Notre Dame was able to cut the lead to three with 15:09 left in the 2nd [more]

Griner and the Bears lead at halftime 34-28

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Despite being double-teamed on virtually every possession by Notre Dame’s zone defense, Baylor star Brittney Griner leads all players with 9 points, 8 rebounds and 3 blocks at the break. The Bears have a 6-point halftime lead over Notre Dame in the National Championship game for women’s hoops. Baylor has only shot 12-31 (39%) from [more]

Jorge Brian Diaz leaves Nebraska

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Tim Miles hasn’t been the coach for long at Nebraska, and today he had his first major announcment.  6-11 center Jorge Brian Diaz – who missed the final 14 games of the regular season – is leaving school and returning home to Puerto Rico. Diaz, a junior, had chronic foot issues this season. As a [more]

What is going on at Wake Forest?

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Since Jeff Bzdelik took over the Demon Deacons eight players have either transferred or been kicked out of the program. And that’s in just two years. The latest casualties are starting point guard Tony Chennault, back up point guard Anthony Fields, and big man Carson Desrosiers. This was a team which spent time at No. [more]

Weber State’s Damian Lillard officially enters the draft

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Two weeks ago it was reported that Damian Lillard was leaving Weber State and entering the draft. The following day, news outlets received word that he was still considering his options. Today it’s official. The only All-American in the 40-year history of the Big Sky conference is headed to the next level. “I’d like to [more]

The game within a game: Blocked shots by Davis, Withey

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Blocked shots. Swats. Rejections. Whatever you call them, this game featured a lot. Kentucky blocked 11 shots. Kansas blocked 5. And there were definitely a few that went uncredited. But everyone knew that this game would feature blocks. Anthony Davis blocks 13.8% of the shots when he’s on the floor.  Jeff Withey is even better, [more]