Checking In With… RTC Correspondents

Posted by rtmsf on November 21st, 2008


We at Rush the Court are pleased and honored to introduce you to our stable of world-class hoopologists, who will be serving you up tasty weekly servings of creamy nougat involving each of the 31 Division I conferences.  Each of our correspondents endured a vetting and due diligence process that would make Sarah Palin blush, and as a result, we’re here to offer you some of the most knowledgeable minds in the blogosphere for each of these conferences.  You’ve met each of these writers before with our 2008-09 Season Primers, but you’ll be seeing them a lot more often beginning this weekend, so let’s get comfortable with their names and schedules for the rest of the season.


Sundays through Thursdays will be high-major days at RTC. The thirteen leagues that typically send multiple teams to the NCAA Tournament will be covered by our correspondents during the bulk of the week.  Each league will have a new post on its scheduled day throughout the season.  Let’s meet them.

Sundays Beginning 11.23.08

Mondays Beginning 11.24.08

Tuesdays Beginning 11.25.08

Wednesdays Beginning 11.26.08

Thursdays Beginning 11.27.08

  • Pac-10 – RTC
  • WAC – Kevin McCarthy (Parsing The WAC) and Sam Wasson (
  • West Coast – Michael Chin
  • Mountain West – Jordan Freemeyer

Fridays will be mid-major day at RTC.  There are eighteen D1 leagues that we qualify as typical one-bid leagues (the ‘mid-majors’).  These correspondents will report on their leagues every two weeks, resulting in an alternate-Friday schedule for each league, half of the group each week.  Let’s meet these bloggers as well.

Every Other Friday Beginning 11.21.08

Every other Friday Beginning 11.28.08

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2 responses to “Checking In With… RTC Correspondents”

  1. johnnycougar says:

    Are you guys covering the Pac 10 because you want to, or because you didn’t have anyone to do it? I can think of a couple blogs I’d recommend (Bruins Nation, CougCenter) which usually have solid basketball analysis. Maybe one of those bloggers would be willing, in case you guys can’t watch all the games.

  2. rtmsf says:

    JC: yeah we live out west so we’re covering the Pac-10 at this point. If someone came along and really wanted to do it, we’d certainly listen to their pitch. Do you know any Southland blogs? LoL.

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