College basketball will miss the one-and-dones. This lackluster season is proof.

This is the tapas menu of college basketball seasons: full of delicious small portions but no main dish. Despite ideal parity on the men’s side, it falls short of compelling. Entertaining? No doubt. Engrossing? Not quite. All the upsets, turbulent top 25 polls, and fresh Final Four contenders have not elevated it in the manner a transcendent player or dominant team would. (Washington Post)


Recent ACC & NCAA News:

NCHSAA moves football to February, shortens seasons for all sports due to pandemic
The N.C. High School Athletic Association will not play high school football this fall and all other sports will see changes to their schedules after...

Big 12 to Continue Fall Sports
The Big 12 Board of Directors agreed to proceed with plans for the fall sports’ seasons. In moving forward with the upcoming fall sports season...

Two more Duke Football players opting out due to COVID-19
Starting Duke Football linebacker Brandon Hill and reserve running back Myles Hudzick are opting out of the season due to coronavirus, according to sources. Hill,...

Pac-12 Conference postpones all sport competitions through end of calendar year
The Pac-12 CEO Group voted unanimously to postpone all sport competitions through the end of the 2020 calendar year. The decision was made after consultation...

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