Yesterday was a relatively drama-free Selection Sunday. Joe Lunardi was a perfect 68 for 68, as Middle Tennessee State, St. Mary’s, Boise State, and La Salle claimed the final spots in the field. Louisville, Gonzaga, Kansas, and Indiana earned the top seeds.
Kansas State and Kansas tied for the regular-season Big 12 title, but that doesn’t mean they feel very good about themselves entering the league tournament.
The Billikens have all the ingredients to beat any team in the country, and are playing their best basketball at the perfect time.
The Hurricanes haven’t just been good this season — they’ve been dominant.
The Badgers may be one marquee win away from clinching an NCAA berth. It says here that they’ll get it on Saturday.
Michigan State has won six games in a row while posting an overall record of 17-3 and yet, no one is talking about the Spartans.
Cuonzo Martin has built a culture of toughness and discipline in the short time he’s been in Knoxville and it’s yet to be determined if Josh Pastner’s team can respond well in what’s sure to be a hostile environment.
Jim Boeheim earned his 900th win earlier in the week and it says here that 901 won’t be far behind.
I believed in Colorado. I had already seen the Buffaloes about a half-dozen times this season and thought they had what it took to push Kansas in Lawrence on Saturday. Boy was I wrong.
Iowa State at Iowa: An intense in-state rivalry should provide a thrilling atmosphere in early December.
Temple is now in prime position to challenge for yet another Atlantic 10 title after the Owls officially added Boston University big man Jake O’Brien as a transfer this past week.
At this point, should we expect anything less than another conference title in Kansas?
Instead of working on the economy the GOP has focused on denying women access to health care.
It’s starting to look more and more like Ben McLemore will wind up being the best player on Kansas next season.
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.