We all love college sports, but many recognize that they are inherently flawed by both design and execution. There are a million things that could be changed to make each sport better. Rule changes to get rid of flopping, NIL/player compensation adjustments, CFP expansion, etc…etc… I’m sure you’ve discussed each of these things ad nauseum. […]
About John Glowatz
John (or Glow) Glowatz hails from New Jersey and has lived in NY, NH, and DE. He grew up playing football, basketball, and lacrosse and played the latter at Marist College.
John is one of the few people who care about college sports in the Northeast, as a Penn State fan since birth and a UConn fan through marriage. He also supports the NY Football Giants and follows the NBA for the memes.
In addition, John holds more than a passing interest in strength sports, extreme sports, and any sort of obstacle/athletic competition show such as Ninja Warrior and American Gladiators.
Entries by John Glowatz
Buzz abounds in the Big East and A10 conferences with big name coaching hires that are both highly-accomplished and have deep connections to their new employers. Let’s take a look at each of their resumes to see who hired the best coach in each conference. New Big East Coaches 2022-2023 Shaheen Halloway | Seton Hall […]
Who says that college hoops tipoffs need to start at 7:00 PM EST? For much of the country it makes sense but there is a segment of the college hoops world that would benefit from 5:00 tipoffs. Traditionally, there have been a few blockers to the illustrious 5:00 tip: time zones, primetime TV coverage, student/fan […]
The 2021-2022 college basketball season is roughly a third over. Most teams have just started conference play or will do so soon after their holiday break. If you’re like me, you’ll want a measuring stick to compare teams and players in thus far in the season. We hear about the “September Heisman” in college football […]
Loyola-Chicago will become the 15th member of the Atlantic 10 conference. John Glowatz agrees this is a great pick-up for all involved: the A10, Loyola, and the fans
Top Dog (Until They Get Knocked Off) Nova: 2-1 – OT Loss at #2 UCLA. This game was an 11:30 PM ET tip, so I won’t hold the loss against the Wildcats too much. They have proven to be the kings of the Big East until someone can knock them off. Big East Contenders Seton […]
If you’re just starting to pay attention to Big East hoops again (or any college sports for that matter), there are 2 game-changing NCAA rule updates to note for the 2021-2022 season: All athletes who were eligible during 2020-2021 were granted an unprecedented additional year of eligibility due to Covid. So, all players that were […]
In projecting the 2021-2022 Big East Men’s basketball season I sat down attempted to determine who will be the most significant players. My hope is that figuring out who will earn the hardware for the end of the year will allow me to reverse engineer the season for my Big East season projection (coming soon). […]
John Glowatz breaks down the NCAA conferences that are the most successful for tournament bids.
Whether or not you know, College Basketball has different levels. John Glowatz breaks down the differences.
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