2018-19 Sweet 16 Preview: East Region

Duke survived a Round of 32 heavyweight bought with Tacko Fall and UCF, while Michigan State dominated a hapless, Jordan Murphy-less Minnesota squad. Now they head to the nation’s capital to take on Virginia Tech and LSU, respectively, two teams who could give their higher-ranked opponents issues…

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Midwest Region Preview: 2019 NCAA Tournament

Two blue bloods, North Carolina and Kentucky, sit opposite each other in the Midwest bracket as the region’s top-2 seeds. To prevail, they’ll have to outlast two Big-12 powers (Kansas and Iowa State), two ‘mid-major’ wrecking balls (Wofford and Utah State), along with a handful of other dangerous challengers.

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East Region Preview: 2019 NCAA Tournament

The behemoth that is Duke looms large at the top of the East region, but plenty of intriguing first round matchups abound for the both the casual and diehard fans alike.

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ACC Tournament Preview 2019

Duke got all the headlines but Virginia is the team to beat in the ACC Tournament. Will Zion’s return vault Duke to the #1 overall seed? Will UVA avenge its embarrassing loss to UMBC? Will good ole Roy Williams capture yet another ACC title and make the Heels a surprise 1-seed? All will be revealed in arguably the greatest conference tourney in the country.

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ACC 2017-18 Tournament Preview

Home to the number 1 team in the country, the ACC nevertheless looks fairly open heading into Brooklyn. Plenty of teams have at-large bid implications, and the ultimate storyline - Bonzie Colson's potential return - should have neutral fans cheering hard for the Irish. 

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Against the Spread Trends & Analysis (Mid-December Recap)

We're officially in the awkward downtime of the college basketball season anxiously awaiting conference action to ramp up, so what better time for another update on the best and worst teams against the spread so far this year...

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#25 Virginia Tech Preview 2017-18

After some offseason drama, Buzz Williams has returned to Blacksburg for another season, and he has another classic Buzz team - a lot of guards and wings, very little size. The return of Chris Clarke and Kerry Blackshear from injuries will be a major factor in the Hokies' paint production and overall success. 

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