Category Archives: Mid-Majors

Transfers look to make difference with new teams

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There are three ways college teams can get torn apart: the NBA Draft, graduation, and transfers.  If transfers pick the right schools to go to, they can make a major impact on those teams.  This off-season has had many moves, but you have to look at last year’s transfers to make an impact due to the year of ineligibility for transferring.

Here are some of the biggest names to transfer in the last two years, and transfer lists from major conferences over the last two years.
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Top 10 national championship games

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With the national championship coming up Monday night and all the hype that comes with it — especially after watching 38-0 Kentucky fall to Wisconsin in one of the best revenge games of all time on Saturday — we here at Dorm Room Hoops thought it might be beneficial to put the championship game into a little bit of perspective. Let’s take a look back at the best national championship games in the history of the game.

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Like the Devils: Duke back in Final Four

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With apologies to Dick Vitale … it’s the Dukies, baby!

Coach K and the Blue Devils dominated this game in the first half. After the first three minutes, Duke consistently led the rest of the first half.

The second half was much more of a game with three lead changes in the first five minutes. But after Duke regained the lead, it held it till the buzzer. Duke won the game because of its defensive play and heads to yet another Final Four with a final score of 66-52 over Gonzaga.

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