We don’t know who will win the October Classic in 2011, and we don’t know who will win the November Classic in 2012. Whether it’s playoff baseball or presidential politics, no one can be 100% sure of a winner until the final out is recorded or vote counted. That’s why they play the game.
It was one of the greatest games in NCAA Basketball Tournament history. It pitted an unknown mid-major against a national basketball powerhouse led by a certain future NBA All Star. No, I’m not talking about Butler versus UCONN, a game that every sports fan decried the morning after for some grueling offensive execution. I’m referring […]