ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 9

I may have a legitimately fake doctorate degree in Hoops Forensics, but that doesn't mean my education is over. I'm always learning! By "learning," I mean I spend a few hours each week on the internet flipping through articles about sports. A recent column by Sport Illustrated's Pete Thamel caught my attention. In the column, Peter discusses … Continue reading ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 9

ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 8

Usually, I devote the top third of this valuable space to my bromance with Joe Lunardi, ESPN's legendary Bracketologist and Friend to Mankind. But this relationship is going nowhere, you guys.  I'm doing all the grunt work! Bromance is a two-man relationship, Joe: one guy lifts and the other spots. There will always be a … Continue reading ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 8

ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 5

Some guys actually do this kind of thing for a living. Me, practicing Hoop Forensics is more of a hobby, like karate or spreading good cheer. Joe Lunardi is pretty serious about this stuff, though. In fact, his understanding of Hoop Forensics sometimes overwhelms me. https://twitter.com/AStateFanRules/status/827166222936637440 Joe's tweets are as beautiful as they are mysterious – … Continue reading ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 5

ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 4

As a Hoops Forensic Scientist, I'm afforded incredible liberties that the common man is (with good reason) denied. One such liberty is the exclusive opportunity to manipulate basketball's brokers of power by gently exercising my sizable influence: https://twitter.com/AStateFanRules/status/824101742384181249 It's only a matter of time before the Red Wolves make an appearance on The Bubble. Not … Continue reading ESPN Bracketology vs Forgotten Forensics, Round 4

ESPN Bracketology vs. Forgotten Forensics, Round Two

UCF When I told my mom that I was going to become a Hoops Forensics Scientist, she cried and sobbed something like "at least I have another son." Whatever! Look at me now! The world's first Hoops Forensics Scientist, and I have no training whatsoever! I'm just a guy with a computer questioning Joe Lundardi's well-researched … Continue reading ESPN Bracketology vs. Forgotten Forensics, Round Two