Can the Crimson go the NCAA Tournament for the second time in as many seasons? Absolutely. Can they finally win a game at Jadwin Gym? That’s to be determined.
The Badgers may be one marquee win away from clinching an NCAA berth. It says here that they’ll get it on Saturday.
Providence is very dangerous at home. And that’s bad news for Cincinnati.
We’re officially buying stock in the Sun Devils. Arizona State made a statement on Saturday with their convincing win over UCLA.
A battle between the two best teams in the Big East should be the highlight on what is a terrific all-around Saturday in college basketball.
Was it really less than a year ago that an article came out crushing Ben Howland and the UCLA program? Boy how times have changed.
A road game at Saint Joseph’s is an arduous way to begin play in a new conference, but the Bulldogs will be far from intimidated.
This is a major opportunity for UCLA. The Bruins have yet to earn a marquee victory in the non-conference portion of their schedule and the Tigers will enter Pauley Pavilion as the seventh-ranked team in the country.
Arizona will be good enough at some point this season to beat the best teams in the country — they’re just not ready yet to beat a team like Florida.
One of the major keys to San Diego State’s 6-1 start is Utah transfer JJ O’Brien. The 6-7 forward has blended perfectly alongside the Aztecs’ talented perimeter of Xavier Thames, Chase Tapley, and Jamaal Franklin and given Steve Fisher one of the better glue guys in the country.
Texas coach Rick Barnes doesn’t have a go-to guy like he did last year with J’Covan Brown but he’s absolutely thrilled with what he’s seen from his team so far this fall.
Just how good is Louisville? Well, this has the potential to be Rick Pitino’s best team since he stepped back into the Commonwealth 11 years ago.
The 7-foot center who made Syracuse an imposing team last season and now dons the famed uniform of the Boston Celtics hoping to leave his mark on the NBA.
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.
With the big programs set to lose — and gain –some key players, the NCAA landscape could look quite different next season.