Point Guard Vision – Volume 9 – Everything Takes Time To Develop

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Stephen Bardo breaks down how student-athletes can learn to be more patient in the pursuit of their vision. Bardo shares his own personal experiences in moving from one level of the game (high school) to another (college, pro). Go to stephenbardo.com and sign up for the newsletter and receive a link to a special 3-part […]

30 shot clock Q& A with Stephen Bardo

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Q: Why are you in favor of a change to a 30-second shot clock? I think the college game needs to be in alignment more with the rest of the basketball world.  It doesn’t make sense to me that men’s college basketball has the longest shot clock in the world, men or women.  The game […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 3/9/15-3/15/15

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1.  Wisconsin (28-3, 16-2).  Dominant performance all season long by the class of the Big Ten.  Will be interesting to see if they can run through the B1G conference tourney and stay in contention for a #1 seed. 2.  Maryland (26-5, 14-4).  The Terrapins have won 26 games in the regular season.  The highest number […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 3/2/15-3/8/15

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1.  Wisconsin (26-3, 14-2).  Hit a bump in the road losing at Maryland earlier in the week.  Rebounded nicely to dominate Michigan State at home and clinch at least a share of the Big Ten title.  Well done Badgers! 2.  Maryland (24-5, 12-4).  Terrapins showed why the Xfinity Center is one of the toughest places […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 2/23/15-3/1/15

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1. Wisconsin (25-2, 13-1).  Didn’t score as easily in last two wins but still found a way.  Next two games will reveal whether Badgers will be in position for #1 in NCAA tournament.   2.  Maryland (22-5, 10-4).  Melo Trimble has bounced back in a big way to drop 26 points on Nebraska in yet […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 2/16/15-2/22/15

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1.  Wisconsin (23-2, 11-1).  Seems like the Badgers are getting better as the season continues.  Nice run to close out first half in route to easy win over Illinois.  Dekker, Hayes, and Koenig make you pick your poison. 2.  Maryland (21-5, 9-4).  Terps continue dominance at home in entertaining win over Hoosiers.  Wells, Trimble, and Layman […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 2/9/15-2/15/15

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1.  Wisconsin (21-2, 9-1).  Badgers seem to take whatever the defense gives them.  Clearly one of the elite teams in the nation capable of challenging Kentucky.  Bronson Koenig has been better than advertised. 2.  Ohio State (18-6, 7-4).  D’Angelo Russell’s triple double in win over Rutgers is another example why he might be the only […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 2/2/15-2/8/15

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1.  Wisconsin (19-2, 7-1).  Defensively the Badgers held Iowa scoreless for a 7 minute stretch in the 2nd half to win on the road.  Frank Kaminsky is the Player of the Year thus far and he continues to get better. 2.  Ohio State (17-5, 6-3).  Dominating performance once again by D’Angelo Russell and Jae’Sean Tate […]

Big Ten Power Rankings 1/26/15-2/1/15

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1.  Wisconsin (18-2, 6-1).  Frank Kaminsky somehow gets overlooked but he’s the frontrunner for league MVP.  Stepped up big time in OT win at Michigan and will continue to do so throughout the season. 2.  Maryland (18-3, 6-2).  The Terps had a challenging week but ended on a good note with a thriller at home […]