Loyola has marched on a familiar path en route to their first Final Four appearance since 1963. With a 28-5 record, including 15-3 in conference play, the Ramblers breezed through both the regular season and the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. In the Big Dance, however, Loyola has embraced life on the edge. Read Full Article Here!
Let’s be honest for a second. A lot of people had Loyola Chicago, who received their first tournament bid in 33 years, defeating Miami in the first round. But not many people had the Ramblers going all the way to the Final Four. Well Loyola did just that (with the help of Sister Jean) and now they have a date with Michigan in San Antonio.
From the jump, Loyola Chicago seemed like a team that could upset a higher seed in the first round. They played great defense, had tremendous guard play, and earned an impressive non-conference victory over Florida. Read Full Article Here!
The quarterbacks that have declared for the NFL draft this year show a vast array of skills. Some are obvious scramblers comparable to Vick and Newton, but others seem to be dual-threat deep passers like Luck or Manziel, and yet some seem to be pocket passers like Manning or Brady. The variety of quarterbacks leads to tough choices for teams who are trying to find the correct fit for their system. The top five quarterbacks of the draft show much promise but there is still mystery surrounding each one. See The List Here!
This NBA season is very unique from ones in recent years for one reason: there is a plethora of teams that could make it out of the Eastern Conference. LeBron and the Cavs are no longer the clear favorite to represent the East in the Finals… Read Full Article Here