Darrell Griffith’s alma mater has had three shining moments in the NCAA Tournament. According to the axiom, one can never take that away from the Louisville Cardinals. Although the NCAA seems to be trying.
It wasn’t a good season for head college basketball coaches with Las Vegas ties. Two got fired. One almost got into a fight because of it.
San Diego State beat top-seeded and 22nd-ranked UNR for the second time in six days, but nobody could have predicted the ease with which it won.
As embattled Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller shook hands with myriad Colorado Buffaloes after the Wildcats’ 83-67 victory in the Pac-12 Tournament, leather-lunged fans at T-Mobile Arena let him have it.
Vegas Madness was just getting started on the men’s side when a hometown kid was introduced to a hometown crowd at T-Mobile Arena at high noon Wednesday.
At noon Thursday, Grand Canyon will play UMKC in the WAC tournament at Orleans Arena. It will be the Antelopes’ first taste of March Madness since acquiring NCAA Division I status for the 2013-14 season.
It became aware to College of Southern Nevada’s Nick Garritano that he was closing in on 600 victories as a baseball coach when he was updating his bio for CSN’s website before the 2018 season.
T-Mobile Arena is co-owned by the MGM, and that is why so many believe the MGM is willing to paint a small picture (WNBA) before tackling the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (NBA).
Everybody on the party deck at T-Mobile Arena was there to stand and mingle with friends and feast on all inclusive beer and hot dogs. The ones with their bellies up to the counters even watched some hockey.
It has been said that college prepares one for what lies after it, a notion that must make Kayla McBride and Moriah Jefferson chuckle, chortle and guffaw.