|April 6, 2017
South Carolina led steadily throughout Sunday, winning the women's national basketball traveling championship and giving Head Coach Dawn Staley another huge achievement.
UConn finally falls after 73 traveler defenses April 1, 2017
The University of Connecticut ended its long stewardship of the national traveling championship of women's college basketball, losing to Mississippi State Friday night in the national semifinals. The Bulldogs become the first team to win this championship.
Jittery men's traveler changes four times in four games March 29, 2017
The NCAA Tournament has seen the long version of the men's college basketball traveling championship change owners four times in four games. It's the most frequent changing of championships in a short history.
UConn unstoppable, as always, in women's college basketball
Nowhere in America during the last four years is any other college women's basketball team even close to the University of Connecticut. The Huskies are so good that they raise a question here and there. (This piece originally was published on EarofCornAwards.com on April 8, 2016.)
Buzzer beater carries Villanova to Ear of Corn
In addition to stomping through the regular season Ear of Corn in men's college basketball, the North Carolina Tar Heels also made a good run through the postseason. In all, they are 17-3 playing for this Ear that also includes the postseason. But Villanova holds the crown today. (This piece originally was published on EarofCornAwards.com on April 7, 2016.)
Carolina all year, Virginia Tech in the end
Virginia Tech made huge strides in the Atlantic Coast Conference this year and now holds the Ear of Corn in men's college basketball entering the 2016-17 season. But no team had a 2015-2016 with the prize like North Carolina. (This piece originally was published on EarofCornAwards.com on April 7, 2016.)
A note about the Ear of Corn in college basketball
We introduce the Ears of Corn in college basketball by introducing two separate versions, postseason and regular season, for the men's and women's championships. (This piece originally was published on EarofCornAwards.com on April 6, 2016.)