As the only Illinois team in the field of 68, located only 160 miles southwest of Chicago, it’s the Windy City’s duty to ride the Bradley bandwagon, no matter how far it goes this March.
It was the third straight meeting in the conference tournament finals for both programs. DePaul won in Chicago last year after splitting the regular season series.
Awwwww yeah, people. It’s March. For some of you, that means a much-needed week long break from school is on the horizon. For others, there is the anticipated debauchery of […]
This is MARCH!!!!! — The D & Davis Show (@DAndDavisShow) March 15, 2018 Amazing. What more can you say? The type of moment that makes a 33 year wait worth […]
The City Game focuses coverage on the game of basketball at the amateur levels in and around the city of Chicago; Jason Kaestner is a long-time contributor to The D & […]
Courtesy of the PBS News Hour, fans of the World Champion Chicago Cubs (still seems weird, doesn’t it?) can re-live the latest moment in their championship parade, likely the purest […]
As yet another NCAA Tournament dawns in full this morning, the state of Illinois — court for court one of America’s best basketball states — faces its third straight year […]
Today on The D & Davis Show, the guys will go over the latest wins and loses in the NCAA Tournament, how the guy’s brackets are looking, and look forward […]
Kevin Luchansky writes about baseball and college sports for WARR To say basketball fans have been treated to something special thus far in the NCAA Tournament would be a great understatement. […]
ed. — Last year’s daily preview post is now a daily wrap-up post as we look back on what made each crazy day special during this most wonderful and unexplainable […]