This Syracuse basketball team is absolutely loaded. While some teams may be more talented than the Orange. No one has better depth in college basketball.
Dick Vitale called his first college basketball game back in —a point victory for DePaul over the Wisconsin Badgers. Ever since, no name or voice has been more synonymous with the sport than the inimitable "Dickie V. I've had 40 years down at ESPN and I still act like I'm twelve," says Vitale, who teamed up with Bounty on a new campaign to share his excitement and a recipe for cheesy broccoli bacon fritters.
I'm starting to hate him a little too. He'd talk about Sullinger for the next 10 minutes if he blocked a shot, but when Sherman knocked one 5 rows into the crowd, he was mute. But naturally, he'll be all over MSU the next time he's at the Breslin.
Dick Vitale is arguably the most exciting announcer in college basketball. If it is a good game, Vitale is able to take it to another level with his commentary. Is he biased toward Duke?
Some people who read my recent column on the recruiting power of Duke told me I'm singing the praises of the Dukies too much again. Are you serious? That praise is deserved, baby!
The legendary ESPN college basketball color analyst thinks national accusations of bias during the game between Kentucky and Tennessee are laughable. He said it four times in a row right here:. This is just horrible pic.
Welcome to SportsNation! Vitale, college basketball's top analyst and ambassador, joined ESPN during the season. His thorough knowledge of the game is brought forth in an enthusiastic, passionate style.
March is here, and with the advent of spring, a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of basketball. No other event has us running to the copier trying to make 1, copies of the NCAA men's basketball brackets to give to our closest random strangers. No other event has us rooting for schools with names like "Gonzaga" and "Weber State"--names we've never heard before.