NCAA Tournament: Michigan State & its Two NBA Lottery Picks Take On Bucknell

Bucknell has a call in to Kermit Davis on what it takes to beat a Tom Izzo top ranked Michigan State team. Kermit Davis is/was the coach of the 2015-16 Middle Tennessee team that knocked off Michigan State as a 15 seed in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. No matter what the ranking is, … Continue reading NCAA Tournament: Michigan State & its Two NBA Lottery Picks Take On Bucknell

2017 NFL Draft Day 3 Conference Wrap-Up: FCS and Beyond

It was another wildly successful set of days for the most Forgotten of them all. The FCS and below players tend to get the short end of the stick until you start to look at NFL rosters. The NFL is loaded with underdogs from tiny programs like Tiffin, Kutztown, Grand Valley State, etc. Some turn … Continue reading 2017 NFL Draft Day 3 Conference Wrap-Up: FCS and Beyond

NFL Draft Profile: Julie’n Daevenport, Bucknell

Julie’n Davenport College: Bucknell Position: Offensive Tackle Height/Weight: 6-7/318 College Stats: Started all 44 games of his college career. The first thing that everyone will mention is that Davenport is a cousin of NBA player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. It is clear that the family line was blessed in terms of raw athletic skill and potential. Davenport was a bit overlooked … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Julie’n Daevenport, Bucknell

Bucknell Is Going Dancing After Defeating Lehigh 81-65 In The Patriot League Title Game

After rolling through the Patriot League in the regular season, the Bucknell Bison pulled away in the second half to defeat Lehigh 81-65 and secure a bid to the NCAA Tournament. https://twitter.com/Bucknell_MBB/status/839666049851228160 It was a game of contrasting halves as Lehigh nearly went into halftime break with the lead. The Mountain Hawks were up 34-32 with … Continue reading Bucknell Is Going Dancing After Defeating Lehigh 81-65 In The Patriot League Title Game

Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5? Part Two

The Monmouth Hawks became the first team this season to clinch the regular season conference championship with many more following this week. While a regular season title doesn’t really guarantee you anything beyond a trip to the NIT, and there’s still work to do to reach the ultimate goal of the NCAA Tournament. it’s still … Continue reading Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5? Part Two

Cinderella Wears An 11 Seed

We are a few precious weeks from the NCAA Tournament, with Selection Sunday guaranteed to start arguments throughout the country. How poorly a “mid-major” program is seeded becomes a major bone of contention for fanbases all over the country. In particular, multiple fanbases assume that a higher the seed is congruent with the likelihood of … Continue reading Cinderella Wears An 11 Seed

Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5?

On Friday night, the Monmouth Hawks became the first team this season to clinch the regular season conference championship. While a regular season title doesn't really guarantee you anything beyond a trip to the NIT, and there's still work to do to reach the ultimate goal of the NCAA Tournament. it's still meaningful in a … Continue reading Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5?

Forgotten 5’s Guide To The Weekend: (February 18-19)

While the first three weeks of February have brought forth blowouts in many conference races, including Monmouth clinching the MAAC regular season title, we are getting a couple of great battles on each coast. On the east coast, the SoCon has turned into one of the tightest races in all of college basketball. With the … Continue reading Forgotten 5’s Guide To The Weekend: (February 18-19)