Good morning! If you’re reading this, you’re clearly starting your day off right with an effort to better yourself by becoming more educated about the goings-on in the mid-major world. In a landscape so dominated by the biggest schools and conferences, it’s quite hard to winnow down the information you want and need to hear about your favorite mid-major programs. Thankfully, Mid-Major Madness is here to aggregate the news and links for you, providing you with a brand-new, daily post about the world of mid-major hoops. #Content to Read The Buffalo Bulls were one of the most recent teams to release their non-conference schedules, doing so yesterday. On first glance, the schedule appears to be quite
Appalachian State rising sophomore Patrick Good informed head coach Jim Fox on his intentions to leave the program. “I was pretty shocked when he came in to tell me he was leaving,” Fox told the Winston Salem-Journal.
Buddy Boeheim has, in recruiting circles, forever been known as little more than Jim Boeheim's son -- a nice mid-major prospect who most assume will walk-on and play for his father at Syracuse. And he still might. Probably will. But a funny thing happened last week: Buddy Boeheim was super impressive on a big stage. The 6-foot-5 guard averaged 13.5 points and shot 55.9 percent from 3-point range while helping his team (City Rocks New York) advance to the quarterfinals of the prestigious Nike Peach Jam. He made five 3-pointers and got 18 points last Friday in an 81-47 blowout of a Team Penny squad that featured four top-40 national recruits. And now this: Yes, Gonzaga's Mark Few is actively recruiting