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Whose The UAAP’s Next Dominant Team After UST, FEU, DLSU & Ateneo?

October 11, 2012

In a span of 20 seasons since the Final Four format was introduced, only four UAAP teams have left an indelible mark in the country’s most popular collegiate basketball league. University of Santo Tomas, De La Salle University, Far Eastern University and most recently, Ateneo de Manila. Santo Tomas began the reign of UAAP dominance […]

NU Bulldogs & The Late Wayman Tisdale

September 29, 2012

All’s not lost after all. Hours after getting the boot by University of Santo Tomas in their must-win UAAP Final Four match at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, National University coach Eric Altamirano told sports scribes that their semifinal exit will surely serve as a stepping stone to their title bid next season. “This was our […]

Sportsmanship, A Dying Value In UAAP & NCAA

September 17, 2012

Sportsmanship. It’s one lost value in today’s ever-changing sports landscape. The UAAP, the country’s most popular collegiate league, has been hogging the sports headlines lately, particularly college hoops in light of the recent protests lodged by National University in its controversial loss to Far Eastern University. Santo Tomas has also elevated its protest to the […]