The SportsWaves gang reflects on March Madness thus far and looks ahead to the Final Four, plus discusses the many trades and free agent signings in the NFL offseason. Special guest Ryan Hemphill provides some fun hot takes.
It’s March and the madness of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball National Championship tournaments is well underway. The Graphic staff makes their picks for each tournament’s Final Four.
It’s an emergency episode of SportsWaves this week — co-hosts Karl Winter and Austin LeDe start with the breaking NFL news of Tom Brady’s return and Deshaun Watson’s clearance. Then, the co-hosts break down the 2022 NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball tournament bracket.
Forget American football: Change the channel and check the scores after. Perspectives Editor AJ Muonagolu explains why football isn’t quite the most thrilling sport to watch.
SportsWaves is back to break down the college basketball postseason. Hosts Paxton Ritchey and Karl Winter fill out a complete March Madness bracket and also touch on Pepperdine making the College Basketball Invitational.
After a win against Santa Clara, Pepperdine Men’s Basketball suffers a heartbreaking loss to BYU in the WCC Tournament Semifinal. Late-game heroics from Colbey Ross were not enough to get the Waves past the Cougars in overtime.
The cancellation of NCAA winter and spring championships, coupled with an indefinite ban on organized practices by the West Coast Conference, effectively ended the season for 179 Pepperdine student-athletes.
From an expert who has never won a bracket pool, here are some do’s and don’ts for picking the best possible March Madness bracket.
As hosts of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship West Regional, Pepperdine students get the opportunity of a lifetime.
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