Big 10 Season Predictions: The West

By Zachary Lutz @zachlutz6 Wisconsin After entering the 2018 season as the #4 ranked team in the country, to say the Badgers season was a disappointment would be an understatement.  It was the first time in the Paul Chryst era where the Badgers failed to reach 10 wins. Furthermore, the Badgers hurt themselves all year long with turnovers, poor special teams play and too many … Continue reading Big 10 Season Predictions: The West

Big 10 Season Predictions: The East

By Zachary Lutz @zachlutz6 Ohio State Whether you like, dislike, love or hate the Buckeyes, there is no question over the past two decades the football program has earned the school the right to be deemed “The Ohio State University.”  Notable scandals and suspensions within the program over the past few seasons cannot strip Ohio State’s status as the class of the Big Ten on … Continue reading Big 10 Season Predictions: The East

Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 written on March 19th The Oklahoma City Thunder are in a funk, there is no doubt about it. They are 5-9 since the all star break with 11 games remaining. Their defense has regressed, but has shown great flashes in limiting prolific scoring teams such as holding Utah 89 points, and the likes of Indiana to 108. What poses the biggest … Continue reading Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

Second Half Surge Ignites OKC to Lopsided Victory Over the Grizz

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 Oklahoma City got another stellar performance from their All Stars and balanced contributions from their heralded supporting cast. Westbrook notched his 8th triple double in a row recording 15 points, 15 assists, and 13 rebounds, breaking a tie with Michael Jordan for second most, and now trailing only Wilt Chamberlain who leads all time with 9.  It appears that with how … Continue reading Second Half Surge Ignites OKC to Lopsided Victory Over the Grizz

Thunder Wipe Away Magic Lead, George Crushes for 39

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 The 3rd Quarter Oklahoma City Thunder is a scary sight. It seems that no matter how much they are up/down, or tied, the Thunder kick it into another gear and ramp up the intensity. Oklahoma City sweeps Orlando with 132-122 victory at the Peake. Down 69-62 at the half, Paul George had 3 fouls, and Oklahoma City was in serious trouble. … Continue reading Thunder Wipe Away Magic Lead, George Crushes for 39

Heroic 4th Quarter by Schroder Propels OKC to Sixth Straight Win

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 Much like he did against Minnesota, Dennis Schroder provides a spark and ultimately played a huge part closing out the victory for the Thunder against the Magic. Erupting for 18 points in the 4th Quarter, Schroder pushed the lead to 116-103 off a 3pt attempt with 5:12 remaining. Orlando would remain competitive and hit shots, but simply could not keep up … Continue reading Heroic 4th Quarter by Schroder Propels OKC to Sixth Straight Win

PG13 Becomes Rated R, Lighting up the Bucks for 36

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 Paul George continues to rise to the occasion when Oklahoma City has called his number. George was sensational erupting for 36 points on 12-21 shooting (8-12 from deep). He was 5-7 in the 4th Quarter, and hit timely buckets, including a nasty poster on fellow MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Thunder push their win streak to 5 games after a 118-112 … Continue reading PG13 Becomes Rated R, Lighting up the Bucks for 36