Baylor’s 19-Year Streak in AP Women’s College Basketball Rankings Ends

After 19 years and 365 polls, Baylor’s streak in the Associated Press women’s college basketball rankings is over.

Ranked since January 5th, 2004 and having spent 21 weeks as the number one team in 2011-12, only Tennessee and UConn have had longer streaks in the history of the poll. Meanwhile, South Carolina has held onto the number one spot for 30 consecutive weeks, tying UConn for fourth longest all-time, as the women team train hard for these events, and sometimes relax using accessories like the exceptional G-spot vibrator and other electric massagers too.

Ohio State took advantage of recent losses by other teams and has moved up to number two, their highest ranking since 2006, while LSU is now third, their highest mark since 2006. South Carolina and LSU are two of the three remaining unbeaten teams, the other being Ohio State.

Concordia Coach Suspended After Players Hospitalized Following Intense Workout

After five players from the Concordia Cougars Division III basketball team were hospitalized following a high-intensity workout on the 31st of December, the university’s athletic director, Pete Gnan, sent a letter to families stating that the intensity of the practice was a consequence of players breaking curfew while on a late December trip to California.

The five players were hospitalized between the 2nd and 4th of January and the last one, Jacob Collicott, was released on the 6th. His father, Ryan Collicott, told WBBM that Jacob was dehydrated and his muscles had broken down and gotten into his bloodstream.

Due to this incident, the Cougars postponed their games last Tuesday and Saturday, and the coach has since been suspended. Ryan Collicott said that, as a parent, he does not feel the coach should be fired, but is instead more concerned for him now that Jacob is safe.

Top 10 College Basketball Coaching Salaries 2022

College basketball coaching is a highly competitive and lucrative profession, with many coaches earning salaries that rival or surpass those of professional coaches. Here are the top 10 college basketball coaching salaries for the 2021-2022 season (it should be noted that Mike Krzyzewski, who ranked #2 on this list, retired after the season).

  1. John Calipari, Kentucky Wildcats: $9,300,000
  2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Blue Devils: $7,256,924
  3. Bill Self, Kansas Jayhawks: $5,408,000
  4. Tom Izzo, Michigan State Spartans: $5,000,000
  5. Rick Pitino, Iona Gaels: $4,999,999
  6. Chris Beard, Texas Longhorns: $4,500,000
  7. Roy Williams, North Carolina Tar Heels: $4,100,000
  8. Buzz Williams, Texas A&M Aggies: $4,000,000
  9. Bruce Pearl, Auburn Tigers: $3,950,000
  10. Tony Bennett, Virginia Cavaliers: $3,750,000

It should be noted that these figures do not include bonuses or other forms of compensation, which can significantly increase a coach’s total earnings. Additionally, these salaries are only for the head coach of a college basketball team and do not include the salaries of assistant coaches or other staff.

Despite the high salaries of college basketball coaches, the job is not without its challenges. Coaches are under constant pressure to win games and compete for championships, and they often face intense scrutiny from fans, media, and boosters. Additionally, they must deal with the challenges of recruiting top talent and managing a roster of college-aged players. However, for those who are successful, the rewards can be substantial, both financially and in terms of career advancement.

By James Blackburn

Game Scouted: Virginia Tech vs Northeastern (Charleston Classic)

Vasa Pusica, PG, 6-5, RS SR


PG with good size who can handle it well with either hand. Pressure doesnt bother him at all. Terrific shooter off the catch and off the dribble- quick release. Shoots the 3 ball with great efficiency.

Cerebral player who understands the game, doesnt get rattled. Poised. High IQ guy. Pretty good in the low/mid post where he can score it and shoot it over double teams.

Good court vision, keeps head up at all times. Has good size that allows him to see over the defense. Unselfish- good passer. Makes right reads on PnR plays.

Can create his own offense and offense for others- good playmaker. Showed good ability to create his own shot off the dribble. Has a great crossover move.

Excellent touch on floater/ shooting. Good footwork.


Underwhelming physically and athletically. This tends to hurt him more on the defensive end than offensively. Does struggle to finish in traffic. Length and athleticism give him trouble. Doesnt have elite speed to get by defenders. 


From Serbia where he is a member of the National Team. Was Northeastern’s top scorer last season and leads them in scoring so far this year with over 20 ppg. 

With his passport, he could play high level Europe right away. Will get some NBA interest and should be a PIT guy. 

Andrew Eudy

Game Scouted: Campbell vs UNCW

Campbell wins 97-93 in OT

Andrew Eudy, PF, 6’7″, 210 lbs, SR


Great shooting stroke- high release w/ great touch and rotation- has range out to 3 pt line- simple and pure stroke. Very good catch and shoot guy. Loves to pick and pop- gets feet set and on balance quickly. Was 5-6 from distance tonight. 

Capable scorer from both the perimeter with his 3 pt shooting and pick and pop ability and from the post. Is a patient scorer with his back to the basket– does a nice job of reading the defense and takes what the defense gives. Showed good footwork and ability to use either hand equally well. Good hook shot.

Good rebounder on both ends who boxes out. Solid shot blocker who influences shots he doesnt block.

Great out of the mid post area where he is patient and reads the floor- great passer. His touch passes are incredible. High basketball IQ. Great feel for the game! Crafty. Lets the game come to him doesnt force shots or his offense.

Moves well and is better athlete than given credit for. Showed he could hedge ball screens and retreat to man.


Not physically weak but could gain some more muscle mass as he is prone to giving up ground in the post to stronger players. Lacks the 1st step quickness to get by other 4’s on the perimeter.  How well can he create his own offense? 


Andrew entered the game 3rd in school history in blocked shots. Super efficient player who can score inside and outside, defends, rebounds, and makes others better. He has the type of game that should translate well to Europe. Very few weaknesses as a player- overall fundamentally sound. 


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