Need some last-minute help with your bracket? Hoops Prospects has you covered. In this article, you’ll find our staff predictions, sleeper picks, the most likely upsets, key team stats, a tourney cheat sheet, and a list of players to watch. On Tuesday, March 14, the Hoops Prospects Podcast (HPP) crew picked a collective bracket for the 2023 NCAA Tournament, analyzing all of the matchups until [ . . . ]
Need help with your bracket? Listen to the latest HPP episode, as our staff goes through the entire 2022 men’s bracket, making all 67 picks, culminating with the eventual champion. Co-hosts Eric Kerr, TJ Brown, and Rich Harris are joined by Tyler Hagedorn of the Maine Celtics (from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport). The foursome also made their individual Final Four and Champion predictions, which are [ . . . ]
The college basketball season is here, and I am making my annual forecast, ranking the top 50 teams in the nation, including capsules for the top 25 schools. Enjoy the season. I know that I will.
The 2021 NCAA Tournament may turn out to be the craziest ever. According to the NCAA, the first two rounds featured a record number of upsets (12), based on the organization’s definition of being at least five seeds apart. In all, 16 lower seeds defeated higher seeds — 10 in the first round and six in the second, which equates to exactly one third of [ . . . ]
The 2019-20 college basketball season will begin with a bang on Tuesday (November 5), as the top four teams in the preseason AP Poll will be featured in the Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden. The first matchup will be the No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks vs. the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils, followed by the top-ranked Michigan State Spartans vs. the second-ranked Kentucky Wildcats. Unlike [ . . . ]
For many sports fans, March signifies the beginning of an unpredictable postseason of college hoops. Hours of research will be spent on what team to pick only to result in a busted bracket and loss of money. That’s where we step in. Richard Harris and I have taken the liberty of divvying up the teams into four groups: High seeds (1-4) that will make an [ . . . ]