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UAAP Midseason Report

Friday, 9 October 2015 | Written by
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Fans had to wait for a while before the UAAP season began, but once it did, the league did not disappoint. Teams have played exciting basketball right from the get go, and the games are only going to get better from here on out.  The first round is officially over, and teams are now left with only seven games to…Read More »

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[UAAP 78] UP Fighting Maroons Rising to the Top

Friday, 11 September 2015 | Written by
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If the UAAP season ended today, the UP Fighting Maroons would have a twice to beat advantage heading into the Final Four. Of course, UAAP fans wouldn’t want that to happen, as they’ve waited too long for this season to start. Still, wouldn’t it be a sight to behold if the season did end up that way? This year’s hosts…Read More »

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Pagtindig at Pagsulong: The UAAP Season ’78 Primer

Friday, 4 September 2015 | Written by
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  The long wait is over. The 78th season of the UAAP Men’s Basketball Tournament finally kicks-off on Saturday, September 5. The tournament usually kicks off in July, but was moved to a later date following a shift in academic calendars by member schools. Surprise exits were supplanted by surprise entries, and this season will make sure that it is…Read More »

The Falcons' coaching staff will have their work cut out for them in this rebuilding process.

[UAAP 77] A rare win for UP; rebuilding the Falcons

Monday, 18 August 2014 | Written by
The Falcons' coaching staff will have their work cut out for them in this rebuilding process.

UP: When Every Win Counts The UP Fighting Maroons have not won a game since August 12, 2012. Through the years, the team and the whole league underwent a lot of changes chronicled here. Their futility in the Men’s Basketball Tournament is so well known to people, that it gave birth to a Twitter personality. The Iskos have taken solace in the fact…Read More »

Troy Rosario has stepped it up big for the Bulldogs. 
(Image from Rosario’s Twitter account)

UAAP 77 Midseason Review (Part 1 of 3)

Thursday, 14 August 2014 | Written by
Troy Rosario has stepped it up big for the Bulldogs. 
(Image from Rosario’s Twitter account)

First of three parts The drumbeats have rocked the MOA Arena and the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. The cheers have pushed teams to win games. Tears have fallen over heartbreaking losses. The UAAP Season has indeed started. We’ve shown some things to look forward to in this year’s tournament. With some teams already finishing their schedule (some games were cancelled due to the typhoon…Read More »

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5 Things to Look Forward to in UAAP Season 77

Friday, 18 July 2014 | Written by
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A new season of the UAAP’s Men’s Basketball Tournament opened last weekend, and it had all the things we’d expect from the collegiate game. It had a nasty blowout, a gritty underdog win, a show of force (none better these sick dunks), and a surprising upset. With students graduating, transferring, and new ones coming in, every year of college basketball becomes truly unpredictable. This year looks…Read More »

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