John Glowatz breaks down the NCAA conferences that are the most successful for tournament bids.
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
Whether or not you know, College Basketball has different levels. John Glowatz breaks down the differences.
What to expect in for the potential realignment in the NCAA conferences? Check-in with John Glowatz’s break down!
By now, you’ve likely seen the news about Texas and Oklahoma potentially leaving the Big 12 and joining the SEC. While this is far from over, the writing is on the wall for the rest of the Big 12. So what happens to them once the big two leave the Big 12? I see two […]
Who really is winning the 2020 Tokyo games? John Glowatz debuts a new formula that can help determine this.
The Tokyo games are coming up soon and John Glowatz breaks down how the USA can properly qualify the Men’s team in the 3-on-3 basketball event. How would that work out? Here is an idea!
Alright, alright, let’s cut to the chase. You’re here to see who might be on the Team USA this upcoming Olympics. Maybe your NBA team is out of the playoffs, maybe it’s not looking good for them in the first round, or maybe you’re just a fan seeing big-bad Team USA beat up on the little guy (if so, you probably are also a big fan of Cobra-Kai, Regina George, or Malfoy).
An event never before dared nor even dreamed – a 16 team College Football Playoff in the Spring! Ok, it is the FCS Playoffs but this is a high-quality football gift wrapped to us sports junkies neatly between March Madness and the NBA playoffs.
Due to the pandemic, there is another unprecedented situation in college sports. This time it has to do with rosters. Namely, who will be on each school’s roster for the 2021-2022 season will likely be markedly different than any year before or after.
Stay up-to-date with the latest for the 2021 March Madness Tournament right here at Baseline Times!
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