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GameNight: Miami vs Ohio State

December 2nd, 2008
Dec 2 2008 - 7:00pm

Preview & Prediction: By Evan Dorey

Poll: Who Has Been the Most Disappointing Freshman?

December 1st, 2008

Big Ten Coach Ranking: Tom Terrific

November 24th, 2008
Tom Izzo - Michigan St

 

It doesn't appear that too many Big Ten teams are going to light the college hoops world on fire this season.  However, more than likely this will only be a temporary slump.  With the level of coaching talent roaming the sidelines in the league, its teams are sure to be competing for national championships again sooner rather than later.

1) Tom Izzo - Michigan State

Big Ten Fantasy Preview

November 3rd, 2008
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This is the fourth of six annual fantasy stats projections of BCS conference starters. The lineups are based on the Starting Fives series of articles released two weeks ago, along with a couple of changes due to recent developments.

 

Big Ten Media Poll & All-Conference

October 29th, 2008
Big TenPark Ridge, Ill. - Purdue swingman Robbie Hummel was named the Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year by a 22-member media panel, the conference announced today. Hummel's Boilermakers were tabbed as the preseason favorite for the 2008-09 men's basketball season by the media panel.

Hummel was chosen as the Preseason Player of the Year after earning first-team All-Conference and All-Freshman Team accolades last year. He led the Big Ten in three-point field percentage in conference games while averaging 11.4 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists in all games.

Preseason All-Freshman Team: 2008-09

October 27th, 2008

CollegeHoops.net's Preseason All-Freshman Team is led by a pair of unanimous selections: UCLA's Jrue Holiday and Ohio State's BJ Mullens. Holiday, a West Coast point guard and Mullens, a Mid-West big man come from the opposite ends of the college basketball spectrum.