Justin Anderson scored 18 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead #9 Virginia to a second half comeback win against George Washington. Malcolm Brogdon added 15 points and 5 rebounds as Virginia overcame a four point deficit at halftime to improve to 4-0.
A 20 point, 10 rebound performance from Chris McCullough helped Syracuse hold off a late charge from Iowa. The Orange led by as many as 15 in the game and hung on for a 66-63 win to clinch the consolation game in the 2K Classic at Madison Square Garden.
Behind 15 points, 9 assists and 8 rebounds from Angel Rodriguez, the Miami Hurricanes beat the Akron Zips 79-51 in the semifinals of the Charleston Classic. Sheldon McClellan led the Hurricanes in scoring with 17. The win took Miami to a 4-0 record for the 2nd time in coach Larranaga's tenure at Miami.
Jim Bartko is the new Director of Athletics at Fresno State, Bulldogs' softball head coach Trisha Ford has been selected as an assistant coach for the 2015 USA Softball Junior Women’s National Team, and four MW teams and four individuals will represent the Conference at the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championships on Nov. 22.
Several things in this past week of ACC football had Clinton Portis saying "Are You Serious?" CP can't get over his Canes loss to FSU, Clemson losing to Georgia Tech, and a late fumble that doomed Pitt's comeback chances.
Shae Peppler is talking to our St. Joseph's insider Matt Martucci about his first impressions watching the Hawks and how the team plans to improve in upcoming back-to-back home games starting this weekend.
Although the Gators currently sit behind both FAU and FIU in the 2015 rankings, Insider Dave Miller explains to Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein why Florida fans can take comfort in what happened last season at USC.
Every March, there seems to be that surprise team that makes an unexpected run (ya, we're talking to you Dayton, VCU, and Wichita State). So who will it be this season? Campus insiders' Digger Phelps reveals his wildcards for 2014-15.
The North Carolina Tar Heels upset Duke 45-20 at Wallace Wade Stadium to take possession of the Victory Bell. Marquise Williams ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 276 yards and two more in the win. The Heels scored 21 points off three Duke turnovers. It was UNC's 6th win of the season, making the team eligible for a bowl game.
The Wolfpack got a huge performance from sophomore forward Beejay Anya, who scored 7 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and swatted a new school-record 10 blocks in NC State's runaway win against Jacksonville. Freshman Caleb Martin led the Pack in scoring with 15 points in the 79-43 win.
Watch Beejay Anya's record setting performance against Jacksonville. Anya blocked 10 shots in the game, including 4 on one possession. He came close to a triple double in the 79-43 win, scoring 7 points and grabbing 8 rebounds.
Watch UNC capitalize on some strong defense as Des Lawrence and Nazair Jones combine to sack Anthony Boone, forcing a fumble that Tim Scott picks up and returns for the score in this ACC Must See Moment.
Nationally ranked Colorado State football’s Rashard Higgins is a semifinalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, Air Force football great Chad Hennings is honored as the Walter Camp Alumni of the Year, and UNLV head women’s volleyball coach Cindy Fredrick nabs her 500th overall win.
Freshman Myles Turner is one of the many reasons Texas has received so much hype this season, but can the Longhorns make it into the Final Four for the first time since 2003? Find out if former Irish head coach Digger Phelps sees Texas making it to Indianapolis next April.
Miami got 15 points each from both Angel Rodriguez and Manu Lecomte to shoot their way past Drexel in the Gildan Charleston Classic. Junior center Tonye Jekiri added a game-high 13 rebounds as the Canes improved to 3-0.
Check out the connection between Olivier Hanlan and Garland Owens as Owens goes high above the rim to throw down a thunderous alley-oop. Owens went on to score seven points as the Eagles won their second game of the season.
Duration: 132:16 //Posted Thu, Nov 20, 2:59 PM MST
The San Francisco Dons host Notre Dame de Namur in a non-conference men's basketball match-up. The broadcast was produced by usfdons.com and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.
In this week's Principal Edge To The Game, Doug Chapman and Shae Peppler examine who has the edge in the trenches between Arizona's O line and Utah's D line, as well as between Memorial Coliseum and Rose Bowl Stadium, the Auburn coaching job and the Florida coaching job, and the most deserving playoff team between TCU and Baylor.
Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett and West Virginia’s Kevin White are two of the premier wide receivers in America, but which one gets the edge from our college football analyst Doug Chapman and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown?
The major awards are announced, highlights from a big American-Lehigh regular-season finale and a tournament preview including an interview with Bob Bertucci make for a jam-packed edition of Patriot League 360.
The battle for LA. Trojans. Bruins. Two neighboring schools thirty miles apart yet they remain vastly separated. If you're not pumped for Saturday's prime time showdown yet, you will be after watching this.
Melvin Gordon had a record-setting day against Nebraska last Saturday, but where does that put him on the list of Badgers running backs? Wisconsin insider Phil Dawson gives Bonnie Bernstein his top five best backs to set foot in Madison since Barry Alvarez took over.
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino opens up about his relationship with former Cardinal Russ Smith. Find out why Pitino believes he wouldn't be able to coach a player like Russ while he was at Kentucky.
Could the legendary wide receiver keep Jameis Winston on the right track? Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman and Jordan Cornette tell you why Randy Moss would be a perfect mentor for the Florida State star quarterback.
San Diego State head men’s basketball coach Steve Fisher receives a contract extension, Boise State running back Jay Ajayi has been named a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award, and Colorado State & Air Force head football coaches Jim McElwain and Troy Calhoun are semifinalists for this year’s Maxwell Football Club’s Collegiate Coach of the Year.
San Diego State gave head coach Steve Fisher a three-year contract extension today and he wondered aloud why the Aztecs shouldn't be thinking about winning a national championship. Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette and SDSU insider David Gascon weigh in on what Fisher's extended stay means to the program.
Duration: 118:30 //Posted Wed, Nov 19, 2:18 PM MST
The San Francisco Dons host Cal State Monterey Bay in a non-conference women's basketball match-up. The broadcast was produced by usfdons.com and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, November 18, 2014.
Just when it appeared Butch Jones could be heading to his first bowl game as a Volunteer, his team has more on its mind than playing Missouri Saturday. Campus Insiders' Mark Nagi explains how the latest rape allegations are affecting the program on and off the field.
Lafayette head coach Frank Tavani joins Bonnie Bernstein to discuss the success of his running back Ross Scheuerman and explain why Saturday's game vs Lehigh will be an event worthy of a 150 year old rivalry.
Notre Dame has lost three of its last four contests dating back to their controversial loss against Florida State. This week, another strong opponent visits South Bend when Louisville plays the Irish for the first time ever. Hear from both head coaches as their teams gear up for the home stretch.
Duration: 136:42 //Posted Wed, Nov 19, 10:21 AM MST
The San Diego Toreros host Cal State Fullerton in a non-conference women's basketball match-up. The broadcast was produced by usdtoreros.com and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, November 18, 2014.
Duration: 125:51 //Posted Wed, Nov 19, 10:20 AM MST
The 24th-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs host Idaho State in a non-conference women's basketball match-up. The broadcast was produced by gozags.com and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, November 18, 2014.
You know a football game is special when it's held in Yankee Stadium. This Saturday, Lehigh and Lafayette oppose each other for the 150th time. A once in a lifetime event with highest of stakes on the line... school pride!
Another week and another release of the College Football Playoff rankings. Four ACC teams check into the Top 25, including Florida State after beating Miami in Coral Gables. CFP Chairman Jeff Long stops in with Campus Insiders to discuss what the committee needs to see from FSU to solidify its place in the top four.
In a matchup that did not disappoint, #3 Florida State triumphed over Miami to remain unblemished on the season. We take you inside the action for a must-see look of the Seminoles 30-26 win in Coral Gables.
Gone from the "football four" are Auburn, Ole Miss, and TCU. So who will be next to exit this elite fraternity at the top of the rankings? Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein, Pete Fiutak, and Doug Chapman forecast who will be next to fall.
They win... but they win ugly. Jeff Fischel from the ACC-DN explains to Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein why based on the eyeball test, all you need to do is eyeball the scoreboard to know why the Seminoles deserve to be in the top four of the rankings.
#4 Duke got 19 points from Quinn Cook and 17 points from freshman sensation Jahlil Okafor in an 81-71 win over #19 Michigan State in the State Farm Champions Classic. Okafor shot 8-of-10 from the field and grabbed 5 rebounds while fellow freshman Tyus Jones scored 17 points on the night.