Xavier College Basketball History has largely been written this decade, but is another trip to the Big Dance in the cards for these perennial underdogs?
The Huskies are a raging ball of potential, but it may be a draft class away from truly realizing it. Will they break into the 2014 tournament? And if so, what kind of run can Washington make?
Tennessee is being touted as a dark horse for a deep tournament run but can this storied college basketball program keep it’s form through the 2014 March Madness Tournament.
Don’t look now but Iowa State is contending for a Big 12 title and looking to prove it’s last two trips to the Big Dance were all prologue.
In a conference featuring Louisville and Memphis, the Cincinnati Bearcats are undefeated. But can their solid defense hold up against Big 10 teams in the Big Dance?
Kansas State is in a word, well-rounded, but March Madness typically rewards exceptional and the ‘Cats don’t standout in any particular area.
After a torrid start to the 2014 season, the Buffaloes have been slowed by injury leaving them on the outside looking in on the 2014 March Madness Tournament.
‘Nova is looking like a real contender for the 2014 title, but can these cats hang tough come March Madness tournament time?
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?
Gonzaga proved they belong as a college basketball contender last year, but a 2014 March Madness title would cement their status as an NCAA program to be feared.
After years winning hard fought basketball in the Big East, Louisville is having a little trouble adjusting to conference play in the American, leaving doubts about their ability to repeat as National Champions.
A couple key conference losses have set the Missouri Tigers back a few steps, but this is an NCAA college basketball team with pedigree; don’t count them out
SDSU can thank their stoic defense for some key wins, but might be outmatched by more balanced teams come tournament time.
Syracuse doesn’t seemed phased by a move to the ACC, but a late season stroll down through Tobacco Road will tell the tale of whether this team is cut out to be 2014 March Madness champions.
Bolstered by some key transfers, the Oregon Ducks are looking to make a mark on the PAC-12 and improve upon last year’s trip to College Basketball’s biggest prize, the March Madness Tournament.
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.
Billy Donovan is quickly becoming one of the all-time College Basketball coaching greats but can he lead the Gators past the Kansas Jayhawks for an automatic bid to the 2014 March Madness Tournament?
After a trip to the Elite Eight in last year’s Bracket, and a softer Big East, the Marquette Golden Eagles should be set to advance again in the 2014 March Madness Tournament.
Big wins over Louisville and Michigan State have been offset by losses to Belmont and UAB, begging the question, will the real UNC Tar Heels please stand up.
Armed with an NCAA-best draft class, Bill Self leads Andrew Wiggans and the Kansas Jayhawks back through the Big 12 with a 2014 March Madness berth in mind.
The American is not Conference USA; with top schools like UConn and Louisville and the ‘Nati all sidling over, the 2014 Memphis Tigers have some work to do to get back to the NCAA March Madness Tournament
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.
Often lost in the Big 12 shuffle, Baylor looks to contend again in 2014 but will have to oust Kansas and Oklahoma State to get back to the Big Dance.
The UCLA Bruins have been knocking off top programs this season, but can their defense hold up in the 2014 NCAA Tournament?
The Creighton Blue Jays are out of the MVC and into the Big East. Can the Jays overcome stiffer competition to make it back to the 2014 Big Dance Tournament?
An awful March Madness run in 2013 left the New Mexico Lobos without a coach and an outsider for 2014. But a weak MWC should see them back to the bracket.
It’s been a roller coaster ride for the Arizona Wildcats since missing the 2009 NCAA March Madness Tournament, but they’re looking to get back to the bracket in 2014.
With Jabari Parker anchoring the Blue Devils, Coach K and Duke have yet another chance to enter the 2014 March Madness Tournament as a top-seed.
Marcus Smart’s decision to forgo the NBA draft puts the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a position to contend in the 2014 March Madness Tournament.
The Wisconsin Badgers are off to a 8-0 start but can their tough defense hold up all the way into March?
The Kentucky Wildcats have another outstanding NCAA rookie class, but can Coach Cal’s one-and-done system hold up through another March Madness?
Kevin Ollie and UConn are out from under NCAA sanctions. With Shabazz Napier leading the way, can the Huskies return to March Madness form?
Riding one of the NCAA’s most electric offenses, the Blue Jays have upset written all over them.
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?