Every year there’s a debate over what the best conference in college basketball is, but this year I think the answer is obvious. Plus, tons of great games! I make my first upset lock of the year, and name Tom Crean’s doppelgänger.
By Logan Hancock:
Here’s a not so little secret for you. The most popular sport in the world by far is soccer, and it’s really not even close. For some reason unknown to myself, I have found that most Americans don’t share the world’s intense love for the game of soccer.
By Matt Craig:
College Basketball players had a better Thanksgiving break than you. Season 2 of the March Madness Survival Guide rolls on with my love letter to the Monmouth bench, my skepticism of Ben Simmons, and my utter fascination with Bill Walton.
Well, now Mamba can rest. Just as we predicted more than two weeks ago, Kobe is going to be hanging it up after this season. And while it’s not exactly a dream ending, we choose to look at the greatness of the Black Mamba. Is he the greatest Laker of all time? Where does he rank in the greatest player of all time discussion?
We’re a long ways from March, but the upsets are already coming left and right. Without any “great” teams in the country, sound the alarm!!
In honor of Jason “White Chocolate” Williams 40th birthday, the guys discuss who might have the best handle in NBA history. From Kyrie Irving to God Shammgod, the contenders are fierce. Flashy or economical? Who do you think has the best handles, let us know @2ballhogs.
By Matt Craig
Editor in Chief of Chirp City
Member of Ball State Sports Link
Talent alone won’t land a great college football player the Heisman. Just ask Corey Coleman, who may be the most unguardable player in college football, but won’t hold up the trophy. Why?? All aboard the hype train.
It’s time for the most important podcast in the history of the show. More than that, this might be the most important podcast in the history of podcasts. The guys discuss the least talked about but most important problem in basketball, the ballislife disease (trademark pending from Matt). How mixtapes and sneaker companies are changing the way American kids play basketball.