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2017 ASNN365 March Newsletter

Posted on March 11, 2017. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Softball, Sporting News, Sports Business, Track and Field | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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March 2017

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Following the Money in the NCAA

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Following the Money in the NCAA

March 14, 2017

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It’s March and that means March Madness – the time of year when sports fanatics become passionate experts in college basketball for about three weeks. Last year the men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament attracted 11.3 million viewers, 8% more than in 2014 and the highest viewership in 22 years.

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NOTE: According to Huffington Post, NCAA just missed $1 billion

The NCAA Just Misses $1 Billion In Annual Revenue – WOW!!! And that’s all for a non-profit wink wink… The NCAA pulled in $989 million in its 2014 fiscal year, according to an audited financial statement cited by USA Today on Wednesday. Since the association had $908.6 million in expenses, it ended up with a nearly $80.5 million surplus for the year.

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Nonetheless, this years tournament seems wide open… NO major favorite…. it should be a fun, fast two weeks of action…. who do you have winning it all? See ya in Phoenix!

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2017 March Madness Locations

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2017 Men’s March Madness location

March 10, 2017

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017
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Thursday, March 16, 2017 & Saturday, March 18, 2017
basketball Amway Center Orlando, Florida
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basketball First Niagara Center Buffalo, New York

Friday, March 17, 2017 & Sunday, March 19, 2017
basketball BOK Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
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basketball Entertainment and Sports Center Sacramento, California

Thursday, March 23, 2017 & Saturday, March 25, 2017
basketball Sprint Center Kansas City, Missouri
basketball SAP Center San Jose, California

Friday, March 24, 2017 & Sunday, March 26, 2017
basketball Fed Ex Forum Memphis, Tennessee
basketball Madison Square Garden New York, New York

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April 1 – FINAL FOUR
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April 3 – CHAMPIONSHIP
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2017 March Madness Perspective

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2017 Men’s March Madness Perspective

March 12, 2017

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One of the greatest sporting events in history starts in a few weeks, and if you’re a fan of college basketball, you’re probably getting excited. Yup it’s March Madness time baby!

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March Madness is a crazy-fun basketball tournament that involves 68 teams and 67 fast-paced, heart-racing, edge-of-your seat basketball games. The timing of March Madness on the sports schedule cannot get any better. The NFL season is over, NBA and NHL playoffs have yet to begin, and MLB is still a week away from Opening Day.

There’s not much going on in March and fans are craving for this kind of postseason action.

What is loved most about March Madness is that it’s not about big-name, high-profile, professional players. There’s no LeBron James or Steph Curry. It’s just a team of five guys from a college trying to do anything they can to win the next game. Many of the games are nail-biters that come down to the last three-point shot as the final buzzer sounds just like the 2016 Championship.

If you’re not familiar with the tournament but are interested in jumping on the March Madness bandwagon, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s everything you need to know about the NCAA (that’s National Collegiate Athletic Association) tourney.

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As I write this, the major college conferences—you’ve heard their names: Pac-12, Big 12, ACC, SEC, etc.—are hosting their end-of-season tournaments, which must be completed by Sunday. The winners of these conference championships will earn an automatic bid to the Big Dance (another term for March Madness). The best teams aren’t necessarily guaranteed a spot in March Madness. Why? Because they could lose during their conference tournament.

A total of 32 teams will be automatically qualified into the tournament field. Gonzaga, Yale, and Northern Iowa are a few who have recently secured automatic spots. That will leave 36 at-large selections to be placed into the tournament by the selection committee. On Sunday evening, the committee, which is composed of 10 athletic directors from various colleges around the country, will pick the remaining teams that get to participate in March Madness.

Sixty-eight teams will initially be a part of the madness. Four of these teams are on the bubble, which means that they have to play an extra game to secure a spot in the tournament. The bubble game takes place next Tuesday, March 15. The real tournament, with 64 teams, starts on Thursday, March 17. Games take place in 32 pre-selected cities across the United States – Buffalo, Greensboro, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Orlando, Tulsa, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and Indianapolis get first-weekend duties. For the regionals, Kansas City, San Jose, Memphis and New York City (Madison Square Garden) and the Final Four and Championship will be held in Phoenix!

Then there’s filling in your own perfect bracket. Even if your bracket is clean or messed up, you’re still going to be hooked by the tournament. Who knows? You may be cheering for the remaining teams in your bracket or cheering against the team that busted your bracket. You become glued not only to the teams you’re a fan of, you start caring about every single score.

Whether you pick against yourself for personal satisfaction or against others for money, it is an exciting way to add intrigue and bragging rights to a nation-wide sporting event.

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March Madness is the time when college basketball stars become legends and virtual unknowns put themselves onto the map. Who can forget Brad Stevens coaching Butler to back-to-back title game appearances, or Stephen Curry’s scoring surge in Davidson’s improbable run, or Carmelo Anthony carrying Syracuse to a national championship as a true freshman? And again, don’t forget about last years’ shot by Villanova’s Kris Jenkins ~click here!

Every year, several coaches and players emerge from March Madness as household names, even when a few entered as virtual unknowns. Some of them managed to earn a permanent place in our list of greatest sports memories and became NBA stars.

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2017 ASNN365 February Newsletter

Posted on February 21, 2017. Filed under: Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NCAA Sports, Softball, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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2017 BIG TEN RECRUITING

Posted on February 3, 2017. Filed under: Football, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , |

How did the BIG TEN do with Recruiting?

February 3, 2017

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Among Big Ten schools, Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State crushed it in recruiting. Northwestern and Illinois held their own.

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So say national recruiting analysts Tom Lemming of CBS Sports Network and Tom Luginbill of ESPN.

“One of the things that stands out to me about Ohio State,” Luginbill said, “is how they have been able to forecast who they will lose early in the (NFL) draft. They make inroads and get replacements now rather than in the next class. They did that at linebacker, cornerback and safety. And quite honestly, I thought they needed to improve at running back.”

Luginbill said the Buckeyes did that by signing J.K. Dobbins, an early enrollee from La Grange, Texas.

Ohio State’s 21-man class has an outrageous 19 four- or five-star players, according to 247Sports.com’s composite rankings. It ranked second nationally to Alabama after the smoke cleared on national signing day Wednesday.

Fifth nationally, behind Georgia and USC, was Michigan. Its 30-man class has two five-stars in versatile Detroit receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones and defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon of Leesburg, Ga., plus 19 four-stars.

“Michigan is in the headlines for having a big class,” Luginbill said. “They cast a wide net and addressed a variety of positions. Their class is not just quality but significant quantity, compared to a Clemson (14 players), which didn’t have as many scholarships to give out.”

As for Penn State, which had the Big Ten’s third-ranked class, Luginbill said: “Penn State made a climb. It’s a top-15 class, and I think much of it can be attributed to the performance on the field. Winning and recruiting go hand in hand.”

Luginbill called Illinois “one of the tougher jobs in college football.”

“It’s tough in-state and tough when you have to cross borders,” he said. “It’s a pretty good class from a top-heavy perspective. They really addressed the defensive front seven and some needs in terms of speed and explosiveness on offense.”

Illinois (25 players, including junior-college quarterback Dwayne Lawson, who can’t sign until the summer because of academics) and Northwestern (19 players) ranked 44th and 48th nationally.

“For Northwestern, what I love is that they recruit their guys throughout their process,” Luginbill said. “They’re like an academically more stringent Michigan State in terms of how they approach recruiting. I think (defensive end) Earnest Brown out of Texas will be a really, really good player.

“What you need to hopefully have happen going forward is to get that bottom and middle third of the classes up closer to the talent level of the top third. That’s where you’d probably say these two are lacking.”

Lemming, the Schaumburg-based analyst who has been grading talent since the late 1970s, praised NU’s Brown as “a long-armed and quick-handed guy.”

“He was one of the bigger defensive surprises in the state of Texas, a legit four-star guy,” Lemming said. “The key was that Northwestern got on him early. They pushed the academics and kept working him.”

Lemming said of Andrew Marty, the potential successor to quarterback Clayton Thorson: “I like his height (6-foot-4), his arm strength and his potential. He’s more of a pro-style (passer), but he has good feet. He can develop into a great passer. He and Penn State’s Sean Clifford (also an Ohio native) are among the best in the Midwest.”

Lemming also had kind words for Illinois coach Lovie Smith and his staff, saying: “Illinois was everywhere — Texas, New Jersey, Florida — and it paid some dividends. This is a better class than their (3-9) record would indicate. Dwayne Lawson, I think, will be a big surprise. (Brother Rice receiver) Ricky Smalling is a fantastic player with Odell Beckham-type skills. (Running back) Mike Epstein runs a legit 4.4. Illinois’ reputation in the state wasn’t great, so they mainly went outside.”

The Illini also made inroads in St. Louis, signing three from the area.

“Next year will be the best year in 20 years for St. Louis,” Lemming said. “There are six to seven potential All-Americans and another 15 D-1 guys. It will be the year of St. Louis.”

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2017 IHSA Football Commitments

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Recruits from our Coverage area

February 2, 2017

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Listed below from the Class of 2017 is Illinois High School Association players from our area from D-1 to Juco. Best of everything to all of you signees and of course CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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University of Illinois
QB Cam Thomas Marian Catholic
LB Marc Mondesir St. Rita
WR Ricky Smalling Brother Rice
DB Kendall Smith Bolingbrook

Northern Illinois University
WR Tyrice Ritchie Homewood-Flossmoor
DE Jawon Denton Chicago Morgan Park
LB Michael Kennedy Mount Carmel

Northwestern University
DT Joe Spivak Montini Catholic (preferred walk-on)

Southern Illinois University
LS Thomas Gill Chicago Mount Carmel

Illinois State University
WR Andrew Edgar St. Patrick
FB Nico Muto Lincoln-Way Central (preferred walk-on)

Western Illinois University
OL Fawaz Ayoola Simeon
LS Erik Abrell Aurora Christian

Eastern Illinois University
LS Mario Rodrigues Lincoln-Way Central

Western Michigan University
RB Prince Walker Montini Catholic
OL Dylan Deatherage Bishop McNamara
OL Tom O’Mara Marist

University of Iowa
QB Tommy Herion Loyola Academy (preferred walk-on)

University of Wisconsin
DE Izayah Green-May Bolingbrook

University of Minnesota
OL John Michael Schmidt Homewood-Flossmoor
WR Chris Bell Bishop McNamara

West Point (Army)
TE Jon Hamilton St. Patrick

Air Force Academy
DE Jordan Brown Lemont
LB Austin Reutsche St. Viator

US Naval Academy
WR/DB Mitch West Montini Catholic

Bowling Green State University
DT Caylon May Rich Central

Central Michigan University
DE Elijah James Oswego East
OL Jamezz Kimbrough Homewood-Flossmoor

University of Connecticut
DB Ian Swenson Loyola Academy

University of Toledo
DT Devonte Dunn Nazareth Academy

University of Missouri
TE Logan Christopherson Lemont

University of Notre Dame
TE Cole Kmet St. Viator

Duke University
TE Jake Marwede Loyola Academy
QB Chris Katrenick Jacobs

University of Kansas
DB Robert Topps III Marist

Kansas State University
OL Bill Kuduk Marist

University of Wyoming
RB Xazavian Valladay Brother Rice
K Tim Zaleski St. Rita

Howard University
WR David Terrell Jr. Loyola Academy

South Dakota State
LB Tyler Desmartis Homewood-Flossmoor

Yale University
LB Micah Awodiran Marist
TE/DE Chris Sampleton Nazareth Academy

Butler University
OLB Mickey Kane Loyola Academy

Valparaiso University
OL Thomas Walsh Benet Academy

Colgate
OL Sam Diehl Lincoln-Way East
OL Jack Badovinac Loyola Academy

University of Dayton
WR/DB Paddy Byrne St. Patrick
RB Richie Warfield Providence Catholic
WR/K/P Steven Fleming Lemont

Cornell
DB Phazione McClurge Mount Carmel

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Saginaw Valley State University
DB Jalen Perkins Simeon
OL Jack Doyle Homewood-Flossmoor
OL Christian Mallenger Homewood-Flossmoor

Northwoods University
ATH Joe Coates Bolingbrook
QB Bryant Wright Homewood-Flossmoor

Minnesota State Mankato
DB Aarion Lacy Brother Rice
SS/OLB Duvell Lee Simeon
S Zyon Bell Bolingbrook

University of Indianapolis
DB Cameron Weems Nazareth Academy

Davenport University
OL Joe Carpenter Richards
OLB Jaylen Jenkins Hillcrest
Ol Meekah Lester Simeon

St. Cloud State
WR Nate Gimza Richards
DB Torrey Nalls Richards
DB Willie Spears III St. Laurence

Winona State University
OLB Trey Telez Lincoln-Way West

Concordia University St. Paul
LB Blake Evans Lincoln-Way West

Lindenwood University
TE Marc McClinton Reavis
OL/DL Bobby Ogden Joliet Central

Quincy University
WR Justin Garner DeLaSalle
DE Zach Tencza Lincoln-Way East
OL Jack Eken Bolingbrook

McKendree University
LB Iben King Brother Rice
DT Ebrima Njie DeLaSalle
WR Martez Malone Providence Catholic
DE Shelby Been Brother Rice
OL Myles Jordan Ag Science
WR Chris Tenton Ag Science

Lincoln University
S/OLB Tyron Taylor Bolingbrook
LB Ryan Burke Aurora Christian
OT David High Rich Central

University of Findlay
LB Danny Allen Lincoln-Way West

University of St. Francis (Joliet)
DL Robert Ford Joliet West
DT David Tischina Marist

St. Xavier University
LB Sam Nasca Bolingbrook
OL John Ivlow Bolingbrook
RB Pat Doyle Richards
WR Julian Rodriguez Evergreen Park
WR Dylan Leschewski Aurora Christian
K/P Mike Iturbe Shepard
WR Alec Freeman St. Laurence
LB Conor McHale Marist
RB Eric Williams Evergreen Park

Robert Morris University (Illinois)
WR/DE Koby Stewart Tf South
WR Johnny Holman Joliet West
DL Nate Merriweather Bolingbrook
DB Jonathon Tunzi Bremen
WR Damon Turner Evergreen Park

St. Ambrose College
QB Zach Schraer Joliet Central
DT Kyle Julius Lincoln-Way East
OL Orrin Myrick Mount Carmel
QB/WR Zach Schrader Joliet Central
OL/DL Joe Dunlap Lincoln-Way West

Olivet Nazarene University
WR Sheldun Benn Brother Rice

Hillsdale College
DL Kevin Marmo Providence Catholic

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
DB Anthony Woods DeLaSalle

University of Wisconsin Whitewater
OLB Ryan Liszka Benet Academy

University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
OL Jeremiah Crisostomo Joliet Central

Benedictine University
OL Caleb Quade Lemont

Carthage College
LB Kevin O’Boyle Providence Catholic

Elmhurst College
OL Martin Lecesne Joliet West
RB Chris Binder Providence Catholic

Loras College
WR Mike McDevitt St. Rita

University of Dubuque
LB Michael Considine Bolingbrook

St. Norbert College
OL/DL Brennan Springmire Montini Catholic

John Hopkins University
QB Nick Leongas Maine South

Willian Penn University
WR/LB Jordan Cousert Mount Carmel
DT Rashad Wilson Joliet West

Grandview University
OLB Tommy Morrison Montini Catholic

University of Chicago
QB Jared Drake Providence Catholic

Carroll University
QB Hunter Campbell Lincoln-Way Central

Illinois College
WR David Stocking Joliet Central
DB Allen Smith Joliet Central

College of DuPage
DL Corey Jones Joliet West

Independence Community College
DT John Mitchell Crete-Monee
DL Creo Argue Crete-Monee

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2017 January ASNN365 Newsletter

Posted on January 14, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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2017 Sports Outlook

Posted on January 14, 2017. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Softball, Sports Business, Track and Field, Volleyball | Tags: |

Sports Outlooks for New Rules and Procedures

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Here a list of suggestions we have compiled for new Rules and / or procedures that we think would improve sports near and far.


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MLB: Speed up the game by eliminating mound visits and multiple pitching changes and consider the electronic proposal HBO Real Sports aired Tuesday, September 27, 2017.
NCAA: N/A
High School: schedule games in a cluster (or same location) especially for conference play and monitor scheduling around graduation season where a students doesn’t have to weigh the odds of a State finals contest or participate in graduation ceremony.

 

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NBA: Whenever a play is being reviewed, teams must go to a neutral corner of the floor or even opposite of their bench. Teams can’t receive a fake timeout. Also hire a true third (or fourth official) to speed up replays or questionable calls
NCAA: Get rid of one and done!!! If an athlete is so-called ready to go pro… let them – bye bye! But if you sign a letter of intent, it’s good for three years like football. This way, those that think they are pro ready can go… but those that go to college, you can build a solid program around these students, be in somewhat control of your destiny and job security, and the athletes can polish up on their athletic skills. More to come on this one…
High School: Modify and better manage revenue generated tournaments where big name corporations aren’t making mega dollars off the back of so-called student-athletes who receive nothing but exposure (wink wink).

 

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NFL: Modify replays… hire a true review official at every game that works hand in hand with television broadcast. This official reviews the same stuff we see on TV, communicates the ruling down to the field all while the fans in the stands see the entire process live on the jumbo-trons…. This will definitely speed up the game and give the fans pure interaction to the game.
NCAA: Modify the scheduling… ALL top 20 (or 26, must be even) teams from the season before are opens up a slot on their schedule that the NCAA owns which in part they (NCAA governing body) makes teams play an out of conference foe so we can try our best to remove the statement “this team is undefeated but they didn’t play anyone…”
High School: Make officials take fitness exams and be of how can we say physical appearance. Too often, officials are not in shape enough to keep up with the movement of today’s game. If a team runs a hurry up and is moving the ball, they should not be penalized by an out-of-shape official who can’t keep up.

 

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High School: monitor scheduling around graduation season where a students doesn’t have to weigh the odds of a State finals contest or participate in graduation ceremony.

 

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2016 December ASNN365 Newsletter (update)

Posted on December 18, 2016. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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