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Author: Dean Wendel

A Talk With NBA Prospect Anthony Tarke

Reading Time: 3 minutesA couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing college basketball star and 2021 NBA Draft hopeful Anthony Tarke. Tarke spent this past season at Coppin State University where as a senior, he averaged 16.1 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game. These stats lead him to being named a First-Team All MEAC selection, along with winning both the conference’s Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards. I was able to talk with Anthony about his college and post-college journey, some of his favorite moments, and more. Q: Can you...

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An Interview With Sal Capaccio: Bills Radio Host

Reading Time: 3 minutesJust a couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of being able to talk to Sal Capaccio. Sal currently covers the Bills for my local sports radio station, which is WGR 550 in Buffalo, New York. Additionally, he’s the sideline reporter for WGR’s Bills broadcasts, and he hosts a podcast he founded in 2017 titled SalSports…and Stuff. During my time with him, we talked about his path to WGR, some notable moments he had as a Bills fan, and what his plan would’ve been for Buffalo entering the NFL Draft. When I asked Sal when he...

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Minor Conference Tournament Previews: Volume 3

Reading Time: 5 minutesWelcome to the third of a three-part series where we give you a look at all minor NCAA Division 1 conference tournaments. Conference tournament season is finally upon us, and around 300 teams beginning in late February will battle it out for spots in the 2021 NCAA Tournament. This battle is even steeper for teams in 21 “low-major” conferences, as the tournament champ will almost certainly be that conference’s only representative in March Madness. The talent is still prevalent on these low-major teams however, and we’ve seen squads like 2018 UMBC, 2012 Norfolk St, and 2013...

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Minor Conference Tournament Previews: Volume 2

Reading Time: 5 minutesWelcome to the second of a three-part series where we give you a look at all minor NCAA Division 1 conference tournaments. Conference tournament season is finally upon us, and around 300 teams beginning in late February will battle it out for spots in the 2021 NCAA Tournament. This battle is even steeper for teams in 21 “low-major” conferences, as the tournament champ will almost certainly be that conference’s only representative in March Madness. The talent is still prevalent on these low-major teams however, and we’ve seen squads like 2018 UMBC, 2012 Norfolk St, and 2013...

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Minor Conference Tournament Previews: Volume 1

Reading Time: 5 minutesWelcome to the first of a three-part series where we give you a look at all minor NCAA Division 1 conference tournaments. Conference tournament season is finally upon us, and around 300 teams beginning in late February will battle it out for spots in the 2021 NCAA Tournament. This battle is even steeper for teams in 21 “low-major” conferences, as the tournament champ will almost certainly be that conference’s only representative in March Madness. The talent is still prevalent on these low-major teams however, and we’ve seen squads like 2018 UMBC, 2012 Norfolk St, and 2013...

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