Some early season stumbles had us second guessing the Billikens, but they’re back on top of the Atlantic 10, with their sights set on greater glory.
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.
At 20-4 and 7-2 in the MWC, the Colorado State Rams are on a roll and a good bet for a March Madness bid.
The Canes are the last undefeated team in a major conference but experience and history are not on their side.
With 2011′s excellent run and unusual story behind them, BYU is just back to playing good ole’ fashion basketball. And that’s a good thing.
Rocked by cheating scandals, trasnfers and NCAA sanctions, the Crimson are back with a chip on the shoulder and something to prove.
Wichita State was on a roll, upending Creighton in the MVC, but two recent losses have them back on the bubble.
The Rebels were overlooked in the preseason rankings, but Ole Miss is leading the way in the SEC behind some veteran leadership.
Pittsburgh has the players and the potential to excel at an elite level. Realizing it is another story entirely.
With Michael Carter-Williams leading the way, Cuse Nation is back for redemption…if they can overcome more eligibility issues.
If it looks like a duck…and walks like a duck…and quacks like a duck…it must be a duck. These ducks are for real.
What to make of NC State? They beat Duke and UNC. Lost to Wake Forest and Maryland. Can they pull together a March Madness run?
TheSooners are coming off a rough season in the Big-12, but a year wiser and a little deeper might make the difference.
The Hoyas, one of the NCAA’s most storied programs are in danger of missing out on the tournament if their back court can’t get it together.
After years of falling short, the Michigan Wolverines are back from the NCAA ashes with a team that can do a lot more than just make the tournament.
Back-to-back championship runs turned them from upset to favorite overnight. But the Bulldogs will need more than dumb-luck to continue the way the have.
Riding one of the NCAA’s most electric offenses, the Blue Jays have upset written all over them.
The MWC is turning from a mid-major conference into a serious contender with UNLV leading the way. But can the Rebels stave off the competition.
Florida is looking to get back to the Elite Eight for the third year in a row. But some stiff SEC competition stands in their way.
For Florida State to succeed they need to own North Carolina, which means overcoming teams like UNC, NC State and Duke.
Currently ranked 8th in the country, Minnesota hopes to hold down their place in the NCAA standings with some stiff Big Ten competition on the horizion.
Kansas State can hold their own in the Big 12, but stiffer March Madness competition might pull back the curtain of this one-dimensional offense.
The Badgers have broken into the tournament for 14 consecutive seasons but still an elusive NCAA Title eludes them. Could a retooled offense be the difference in 2013?
The Lobos are inside the Top 25, but just barely. Their MWC competition, the likes of UNLV and SDSU are gonna make another trip to March Madness tricky.
Coach Calipari has seemingly perfected the one-and-done system at Kentucky. Can he repeat last year’s with another top-ranked recruiting class?
With the majority of the 2012 squad that yielded a two-seed returning for 2013, the Aztecs look to on their way back to the Big Dance.
An exodus of players and an exit from the Big 12 might spell trouble for a Mizzou team needing an identity after an early exit last year to Norfolk State.