Mike Daum is gone and with him goes South Dakota State’s regular season reign of terror. Last year’s Tourney rep, North Dakota State, looks to be the favorite with nearly everyone returning, but South Dakota has two of the best players in the league. It’s a competitive race to the basketball Summit!
Charleston looks to continue its run near the top of the CAA behind the best player in the league. Can others challenge the Cougars without their stars of years past?
Missouri State is the most talented team in the league, but can the Bears stop the two-time defending champs? Sister Jean says, “Nay!”
Davidson, Dayton, and VCU vie for the A-10 crown in a conference back on the rise.
Michigan State is the nation’s consensus #1, but the Big Ten boasts a gaggle of teams capable of crashing the Final Four party.
The ACC looks to be the nation’s best college basketball conference in 2019-20. Ten teams have legitimate NCAA Tournament aspirations and as many as four will compete for a #1 seed come March. Let the blood bath begin…
All-American Cassius Winston returns to try to lead the Spartans to a second consecutive Final Four.
Coach K brings in another top recruiting class to team with quintessential point guard Tre Jones. Can the Dukies capture their first National Title since 2015?
UNC replaces an NBA Lottery Pick with perhaps the best player in the country. Size, speed, and scoring should once again lead the Tar Heels to a top seed in March.
Chris Mack has a loaded roster and an All-American candidate in junior Jordan Nwora. College basketball better run for cover.
The defending national champs look to reload after four key players depart. Tony Bennett looks to continue to prove his program’s sum is greater than its parts.
Maryland has the talent to win the Big Ten and earn a high seed in the NCAA Tournament. Can Mark Turgeon finally live up to lofty expectations?
Elite coach (check)… Depth (check)… Experience (check)… Talent (check)… Don’t look now, but Ohio State is looking more and more like a Final Four contender…
Carsen Edwards is gone, but the Purdue Boilermakers boast a talented squad poised to make a run at a second straight Elite Eight.
An experienced backcourt and a nationally elite recruiting class has the Seminoles poised to crash a third Sweet Sixteen in four years.
NC State looks to redeem itself from a disappointing NIT season. Coach Keatts has roster chock full of talented guards who will look to push the tempo and pressure the bejeezus out of the opposition.
Exit: John Beilein… Enter: Juwan Howard. Can the famed Fab Five forward continue the success built by his predecessor?
VCU exceeded expectations last season and now look to be prime contenders for a second straight A-10 crown and trip to the Big Dance. A solid core of upperclassmen and a promising recruiting class lead the way.
Illinois is ripe with talent in Brad Underwood’s third season at the helm. Can the highly touted coach silence the critics and bring the Illini back to the NCAA Tournament?
Davidson brings back everyone from a 24-10 squad a year ago. Featuring one of the best backcourt tandems in the country and two rising sophomore studs, Bob McKillop appears to have his best team since the days of Steph Curry.
Texas Tech used its stifling defense to send the Spartans home packing. Here’s how the late night Final Four contest unfolded.
Two fundamentally sound teams square off in a game that promises to reward all basketball fans.
The best offense and best defense clash in tonight’s first Elite Eight contest. Gonzaga is searching for its second Final Four berth in three years, while Texas Tech is looking for its first ever appearance in America’s greatest finale.
If this Sweet 16 field looks familiar to you, it should: three of the four West participants are repeats from last year, with only Texas Tech swapping in as the Lone Star representative (was Texas A&M last year). Can the Wolverines return to the Elite Eight? Can Gonzaga exact revenge upon Florida State after falling to the ‘Noles in this round last year?
By popular demand, the Weavers have compiled their brackets and published herein for all to see - let the Madness begin…
This is the beginning of How the West was Won… Gonzaga owns the 1-seed but the Michigan Wolverines thrive in March. Can Nevada make up for a disappointing regular season? Can Murray State make it into the Second Round behind superstar Ja Morant? Will a potential Buffalo / Texas Tech matchup result in more bruises than a car accident?
The NCAA Tournament kicks off in Dayton on Tuesday night with two matchups to whet your appetite. Coaching legends clash in Belmont vs. Temple, while Fairleigh Dickinson and Prairie View A&M battle for the privilege of heading to Salt Lake City to take on the Zags…
Here’s how Ky sees the Field of 68 before the Selection Show…
The WACky WAC has three bona fide conference title contenders in New Mexico State, Grand Canyon, and Utah Valley, The Aggies are hunting for their 7th Tourney appearance in 8 years while GCU and UVU are looking for their first bids EVER.
Kentucky and Tennessee have 1-seed aspirations, but it was LSU that captured the regular season conference crown. Can the Bayou Bengals win the conference tourney sans Will Wade? Or will a team like Auburn send them packing early?