Basketball · NBA · NBA Playoffs · Uncategorized

Steph Curry, Warriors back in a big way

In a game full of clutch play and big crunch time shots, the most critical action of the Golden State Warriors 132-125 overtime victory against the Portland Trail Blazers may have come in the second quarter. According to Coach Steve Kerr, the plan was to ease injured MVP Stephen Curry back into live game action… Continue reading Steph Curry, Warriors back in a big way

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Boyd next in line of Pitt receivers to NFL

2002: Antonio Bryant Second Round 63rd overall Cowboys 2004: Fitzgerald drafted First Round 3rd overall Cardinals 2011:   Jonathan Baldwin First Round 26th overall Chiefs 2014:  Devin Street Fifth Round 146th overall Cowboys 2016:  Tyler Boyd ? Round 1 of the NFL draft kicks off Thursday night. Though Pitt’s Tyler Boyd likely won’t have his name… Continue reading Boyd next in line of Pitt receivers to NFL

NFL Football · Steelers · Uncategorized

Should Robert Nkemdiche be on Steelers Draft Board?

His pedigree and talent are undeniable. Robert Nkemdiche is a physical specimen for sure, measuring 6 feet 4 inches and 295 pounds. For someone so large, he also displays intriguing athleticism and quickness. His on-field skills tantalize NFL GMs, but his documented incidents and quirky attitude off-field cast a shadow of doubt. Nkemdiche has been… Continue reading Should Robert Nkemdiche be on Steelers Draft Board?

Pitt · Pitt Football · Uncategorized

Quick Hits from Pitt Football Spring Game

On Saturday, the general public got its first look at the newest edition of Pitt Panthers football. I was in attendance for Pitt’s annual spring game on an absolutely gorgeous, sun-drenched Pittsburgh afternoon. While taking in the action, I had a few quick observations: Stout defense ruled the day Some of the offensive ineptitude can… Continue reading Quick Hits from Pitt Football Spring Game

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NCAA Recap: Yale Scores Historic Upset

(12)Yale 79 – (5)Baylor 75 Recap: The first real upset of March Madness! Yale checked off this year’s traditional 12-5 upset in dramatic and historic fashion. The win marks Yale’s first tournament appearance since 1961-62 and the school’s inaugural NCAA Tournament win. Scrappy Point Guard Makai Mason was outstanding throughout, displaying poise far beyond his… Continue reading NCAA Recap: Yale Scores Historic Upset

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Marching to Madness: March Has Finally Arrived

Marching to Madness Podcast. Marching to Madness Episode 4: March Has Finally Arrived! Hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross are joined by CollegeHoopsWatch.com contributing writer Daniel Greenwald, as they roll through numerous topics in the college basketball world. Here’s what you can expect from this week’s show: Should Grayson Allen have been suspended for the… Continue reading Marching to Madness: March Has Finally Arrived