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    • The Best Coach of All Time Has an Idea That Relegates The MAC
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      The Best Coach of All Time Has an Idea That Relegates The MAC

      This was supposed to be our day. The MAC media day was held at one of the holiest sites in American Football, the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a great event, with a nice speech from the commissioner. The coaches held court as they regaled the media with tales of seasons gone by and optimism for the future. The player’s eyes lit up with each question, as they realized what they love most about playing football, actually playing football, was close at hand. Yet here I am, feeling a need to write a post about Nick Saban and the college football playoff. At the Q&A session at the end of Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher’s speech, someone asked about the chances of a MAC team making the playoffs.

    • Podcast: A conversation about the crazy crowd in Vegas that came to see LaVar Ball
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      Podcast: A conversation about the crazy crowd in Vegas that came to see LaVar Ball

      LAS VEGAS -- The wildest grassroots basketball scene I've ever witnessed -- and that basically anybody has ever witnessed -- happened Wednesday night here inside the Cashman Center. I was there. Matt Norlander was there. And we spent all 33 minutes of the latest Eye on College Basketball podcast trying to paint a picture of the over-capacity gym filled with folks who came to see LaVar Ball and his Big Ballers led by the youngest Ball kid -- 15-year-old LaMelo Ball. Yes, Zion Williamson was also a draw, as he should be. But the main attraction was the Big Ballers, and it was mostly LaVar. My column about the crazy night is here. Norlander's column is here. LeBron James couldn't get into the building.

    • CelticsBlog5 hours ago

      Anthony Davis. Do It.

      Dear Danny, You realize what it takes to win an NBA Championship. Heck, you invented the modern superteam. You are a god amongst elitist, non-athletic/non-former player GMs. You altered the path of NBA history like Matt McConugnaghy in Interstellar. You solved gravity. Now, and forever more, superteams are your only chance. And it's all your fault. But isn't it perhaps profound (if not cosmically predetermined) that you, of all people, try to rectify the universe you so callously ruined? Not just win, but, to win not as a superteam, but merely, a team? And in doing so restore the NBA to the way it was before KG, Ray Ray, and Truth? So maybe, just maybe Danny, with your mish mosh crew of dart