New NCAA Policies Only Look to Gain More Control Over Their Athletes

On Wednesday, the NCAA announced numerous college basketball policy changes, effective immediately, that include allowing players that go undrafted in the NBA Draft to return to school, adding stricter certifications for summer basketball-related events, longer suspensions, post season bans for coaches that break NCAA rules, and allowing “elite” high school players and college players to... Continue Reading →

My Final Four Experience as a Rambler

Loyola Chicago is one of five double digit seeds to ever advance to the Final Four of the NCAA Basketball March Madness Tournament.  The other four teams were Syracuse (a proven program), LSU, George Mason, and VCU.  Usually teams that earn double digit seeds in the NCAA tournament are just happy to be apart of... Continue Reading →

Winners and Losers of the Elite Eight

Winners Loyola-Chicago Ramblers Michigan Wolverines Villanova Wildcats Kansas Jayhawks   Losers Kansas State Wildcats Florida State Seminoles Texas Tech Red Raiders Duke Blue Devils   Photo Credit:  Washington Post, SI    

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