By Bermuda Bob Duke Sports Blog Contributor Today was one of those days that proved my old golf partner’s reminder to me when I was playing particularly well. “Water finds it’s level.” he would tell me, and today, once again proved him a sage. Here’s why … #4 Michigan defeated #5 Virginia Commonwealth 78-53
It will be the battle of the blues, just not the blues we are use to seeing and a battle that has never happened before. Duke the No. 2 seed in the Midwest bracket survived a first round game against Albany and will face No. 7 seeded Creighton who held on to knock off No.
By Bermuda Bob Duke Sports Blog Contributor Day Two of the Big Dance was a whole lot more interesting even though it started off with a return to ho-hum for Duke. Here’s what happened … #2 Duke won over #15 Albany 73-61 in Philadelphia If you look at the stat sheet, it looks like this
Duke looked very much looked like the Duke of the last half decade in the first game of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, fortunately it was enough to get by No. 15 seeded Albany 73-61. The Blue Devils held on despite an uninspired looking performance in the second straight game though they got monster games from
By Bermuda Bob Duke Sports Blog Contributor Since there are those of us who simply cannot watch each and every game, here’s some observations from someone who could do my best so to do. Here goes, in chronological order … #3 Michigan State wins over #14 Valpo 65-54 in Auburn Hills, Michigan There were no
A year ago in Duke’s opening round game against Lehigh, just about everything that could go wrong went wrong for the Blue Devils. And as a result they were ousted from the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Duke ran into a perfect storm: They were struggling to find their way with Ryan Kelly injured.
By Bermuda Bob Duke Sports Blog Contributor In a recent USA Today article, Coach K was asked about how rising transfer rates were affecting the overall health of College Basketball. His response was as insightful as usual: “I have said, really since 1990, that we (CBB) should have somebody in charge of college basketball under the