On 'The Starting 5', Yaron Weitzman discusses five things that the Brooklyn Nets must fix if they want to win a championship: they have to get Kevin Durant some help, improve depth, find a two-way big, Harden needs to stop overthinking, and they have to beat the top teams.
The Xavier Musketeers grabbed a 21-3 lead early in the first half against the Central Michigan Chippewas and they didn't look back, winning 78-45. Nate Johnson lead the Musketeers in scoring with 24 points.
Mark Titus and Tate Frazier believe that the Purdue Boilermakers can win the National Championship this season after their dominant victory over the Florida State Seminoles. They discuss how smoothly Jaden Ivey moves across the floor, how good Zach Edey is for being so large and the depth of the rest of the team.
College football has topped headlines with the recent head coaching news. Lincoln Riley left Oklahoma to become USC's new head coach. Meanwhile, Brian Kelly, the winningest coach in Notre Dame football history, will now be roaming the sidelines at LSU. Mark Sanchez shares who he believes is to blame for the college football coaching shakeups.
Marcellus Wiley chimes in to theorize the events that has led to Russell Wilson's recent tough stretch. Wiley turns the clock all the way back to the offseason and the moments leading up to the Seattle Seahawks Week 12 defeat at the hands of WFT. The loss is the 3rd straight for Seattle, who currently […]