Rob Carpentier's "Seven Day Stretch" is a whirlwind tour around every corner of college basketball nation:
Kevin McNeill's weekly 5 Things column breaks down what's important in the world of college basketball.
This week, we learned that...
After a one week hiatus, CHN's Question of the Week is back. Each week I'll pose a Question of the Week for you the reader to chew on (masticate if you prefer) and digest..
This Week's Question: Can Anyone Outside of the ACC/Big Ten Win the NCAA Tournament?
Wake Forest, Miami and now the Clemson Tigers are slowly beginning to earn this elite respect as well.
As Virginia Tech lost to a potential SEC cellar-dwelling opponent in Georgia on Tuesday night, the Hokies affirmed, yet again, that it just does not have the heart to compete for forty minutes this season. They are just nine points away from being undefeated but instead sport a 5-4 record.
Since its incarnation 10 years ago, the ACC-Big Ten Challenge has been one-sided with the Atlantic Coast Conference winning each of the nine challenges played to date. This year is shaping up to be no different as a much stronger ACC looks to cap a blissful decade of dominance. The Big Ten is poised to score at least a few wins this year though. We break down the challenge, game by game.
Monday, December 1 - No. 19 Wisconsin (5-1) at Virginia Tech (4-2)
2008-09 Princeton Basketball Preview
Tigers look to escape Ivy League cellar
By Raphielle Johnson
Cheerleader of the Day
Thanks to our friends over at Icon Sports Media, CHN has access to thousands of great college & NBA basketball photos. Each day, along with our daily Big Picture, we'll be featuring a Cheerleader (or Dancer) of the Day.