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An Optimist's Skeptical Eye on Name, Likeness, Image and the NCAA
An Optimist's Skeptical Eye on Name, Likeness, Image and the NCAA
It's hard not to be skeptical of the NCAA or some of the larger conferences, aka the Power 5 schools, when it comes to things like, well, paying student-athletes above and beyond their tuition, room and board and more recently, a "cost of attendance" stipend. Yes, they are institutes of higher learning but over the years even some of the most prestigious universities in the United States, such as Notre Dame, Stanford, Duke and even Harvard have been marred by athletic scandals. Then add in the football and basketball powerhouses that occupy your tv screen every week and the list of improprieties would make your head spin.
Joe Lunardi Thinks Selection Sunday Could Be Good For Siena [INTERVIEW]
Joe Lunardi Thinks Selection Sunday Could Be Good For Siena [INTERVIEW]
ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi spends everyday seeding and reseeding the field of 68 for the upcoming NCAA Tournament. As he says it may not be the healthiest way to live but it works for him. Just like Santa Claus once a year everyone can't wait to see what "Joey Brackets" has for them and their favorite college basketball teams. Lunardi thinks that the Siena Saints could be pleasantly surprised with where they end up on Selection Sunday.
Coach Carm On How Siena’s New Schedules Effect On Basketball [AUDIO]
Coach Carm On How Siena’s New Schedules Effect On Basketball [AUDIO]
The Siena College Fall semester will start and end early this year in an attempt to avoid a potential second wave of the coronavirus. This seems like a great idea to me for students. However, I wonder if this will affect the basketball season. Men's Basketball coach Carmen Maciariello joins Levack and Goz to shed a little light on how preparations for the coming season are going and will the early semester has any effect on the team.

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