Indiana was a program on the rise in 2013, but the NCAA is all about parity and the Hoosiers are on the outside looking in on the 2014 Tournament
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Michigan returned to NCAA glory on the backs of Tim Hardaway Jr.and Trey Burke last season, but can the Wolverines repeat their success with their two stars off in greener pastures?
Despite one lone championship back in 1960, the Buckeyes are a perennial March Madness contender and look to be in top form half way through 2014.
The Tom Izzo -led Spartans haven’t missed an NCAA tournament since 1998 and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change in 2014.
The Wisconsin Badgers are off to a 8-0 start but can their tough defense hold up all the way into March?
We don’t talk about parity anymore when we talk about college basketball, but life is the Big East is about as close as you can get to it.
With Michael Carter-Williams leading the way, Cuse Nation is back for redemption…if they can overcome more eligibility issues.
Marquette is moving on after the departure of March Madness phenom Jae Crowder. But can the Golden Eagles overcome the NCAA’s top competition?
Louisville is looking to return to the Final Four and surprising the field in 2012. And with Rick Pitino at the helm they’ve got a good shot at repeating.
UConn is cruising back in the Big East but under NCAA sanctions, Kevin Ollie’s first year with the Huskies will be a rebuilding one.