Category Archives: College Basketball

Gonzaga vs LMU Interviews: Full Transcript

Pranav Ramasubramanian  | January 14th, 2020

The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs have been on a California road trip for the last couple of days traveling to San Diego and to Los Angeles to face off against conference opponents. Gonzaga was able to win in San Diego against the University of San Diego and headed to Los Angeles to face off against Loyola Marymount University on Saturday. Here’s what Gonzaga had to say after their Saturday game against LMU. Continue reading

Al Attles Classic Interviews: Full Transcript

Pranav Ramasubramanian  | December 24th, 2019

Al Attles was just inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame this year for his contributions to the NBA and the community. The Hall of Fame decided to honor him more by kicking off the Al Attles Classic this year with a quadruple-header in college basketball with the games being scheduled to be played at the brand new Chase Center. Here’s what some coaches and players had to say about the games they were a part of at the post-game press conferences.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Nine

Daniel Corrigan| December 10th, 2019

Just forget that last week existed. An absolutely brutal week for my picks and my reputation. All my picks were not even CLOSE. But even with that, we push through.

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Jerry Colangelo Classic Interviews Full Transcript

Pranav Ramasubramanian  | December 10th, 2019

The NBA and NFL are in full swing, which means college sports have taken a backseat except for College Football because of the upcoming bowl season. Even though college basketball has taken a backseat it doesn’t mean that programs aren’t still playing hard. Here’s what select players and coaches had to say about the games they participated in at the Air Force Reserve Jerry Colangelo Classic on Sunday.

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More Money, More Problems.

Gabe Botero | September 24th, 2019 

I took a casual poll on whether or not college athletes should be paid or compensated when their respective university uses their image or likeness. The results were not as I expected. Out of about 100 people who responded, 72 of them said that college athletes should not be paid. This sample included people who had played and who were passionate about college athletics, people who were recently out of college and people who have been graduated for a long time. I personally voted that they should be compensated for their image being used for marketing or recruiting and in a way, they are with scholarships. But we all know that scholarships can only help so much. Continue reading