#TBT Sports Blog: The Admiral David Robinson

Today’s #TBT sports blog rewinds the game clock back to 1987 when David Robinson was the rage during that year’s NCAA March Madness tournament. The highest rank in the U.S Navy that he ever held was Lieutenant Junior Grade. However, … Continue reading

FREE Book: College Basketball Comics

The wildly popular NCAA men’s national basketball championship tournament descends upon fans every year. From mid March through early April, college basketball fans are smitten by the sports world’s most popular annual event that the NCAA has brilliantly Trademarked March … Continue reading

#TBT Sports Blog: NCAA Basketball’s Phi Slamma Jamma

Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers Phi Slamma Jamma – the fabulous dunking fraternity that electrified NCAA college basketball fans in the early 1980s. NBA greats Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler teamed with long, athletic and talented basketball teammates at the … Continue reading

On This Day in 1985 Villanova Beat Georgetown for NCAA Title

April 1, 1985 marks a special day in NCAA college basketball history. College basketball players, fans, coaches and pundits have claimed that on that memorable day the Villanova Wildcats emerged as the closest a team has ever come to playing … Continue reading

2 Cent Tuesday: Top 10 NCAA March Madness Observations

In anticipation of the NCAA Final Four games taking place in Houston this weekend, today’s 2 Cent Tuesday Sports Blog recaps my favorite tournament action and compelling story lines from this year’s exciting March Madness event. Here are my top … Continue reading

MIKE Launches FREE March Madness Sports Comic Book for NCAA Tournament

The wildly popular Big Dance, or March Madness, descends upon NCAA college basketball fans every year.

From mid March through early April, college basketball fans are smitten by the sports world’s most popular annual event.

College hoop junkies trudge around like zombies barely able to get through the day without mumbling about stats, scores, match-ups, RPI ratings and overall strength of conference schedules.

In addition to debating regional brackets, they never part with their remotes. They divide their time between watching ESPN on big LCD TV screens, smaller LCD screens on WiFi notebooks and even tinier LCD screens on pocket-sized iPhones.

March Madness fans consumed by the NCAA tournament will enjoy this FREE book. It’s filled with 25 of my all-time favorite basketball comics.

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