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Non-BCS Top 25: Valpo Replaces BYU

March 3rd, 2013
BYU

The Non-BCS Top 25 is a CollegeHoops.net original, copied by multiple major outlets. As a weekly companion to our popular CHN Top 50 ranking, it takes an in-depth look into the underrated universe of teams outside of the big six. The original Non-BCS ranking.

 

Wild Comebacks Kick Off the NCAA Tournament

March 14th, 2012
BYU trailed by as many as 25 points

For all the talk about how unwatchable the First Four games in Dayton would be, how it's not "part of the tournament', Tuesday turned out to be an exciting and historical day. Both games featured thrilling comebacks, with Western Kentucky and BYU now headed to Louisville for games against Kentucky and Marquette respectively. In attendance for some of the action were President Barack Obama and David Cameron, who as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was the president's guest in Dayton.

Marquette vs BYU: Prediction

March 14th, 2012
Jae Crowder knocked down the game-winner

(4) Marquette vs. (13) Brigham Young: West Region

 

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Top 10 Sweet Sixteen Picks: 2012 Tournament

March 12th, 2012
Jake Cohen and the Wildcats won the SoCon

Top 10 Sexy Sweet Sixteen Picks

 

BYU vs Iona: First Four Prediction

March 12th, 2012
Iona's Scott Machado leads the nation in assists

(14) IONA vs. (14) BRIGHAM YOUNG

 

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Bracketology Poll: Who is the Worst At-Large Team?

March 11th, 2012

BYU Avoids a Crippling Defeat: Friday's Quick Hitters

March 3rd, 2012
Noah Hartsock was huge for BYU

1. BYU survived a pesky San Diego squad to advance to the WCC semifinals. 
A win over San Diego wasn't going to do a whole lot for BYU from a resume standpoint. Sure the Cougars would pick up a 25th win on the season, but a loss would have had a much larger impact on their NCAA tournament hopes than a win. That's what made the return of Noah Hartsock so important, given how much the Cougars struggled with the pesky Toreros.