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College Hoops Monday Recap: Kansas Rolls Over Missouri

February 8th, 2011
Bill Self's Jayhawks were clicking on all cylinders offensivelyMissouri played one of their best offensive halves of the season in the first half on Monday night, making 57.7% of their shots and scoring 42 points. But they were down four at the break thanks to the combination of suspect defense and superior execution by the Kansas Jayhawks. And as the Tigers slid closer to their season average in regards to field goal percentage Kansas got even better offensively, making 66.7% of their shots in the second half to win going away 103-86.

College Hoops Saturday Recap: Wild Saturday Will Shake Up Polls

January 9th, 2011
This about sums up the day for ranked teams

Before the start of action on Saturday few had any idea that the day would end up being as wild as it was. Seven ranked teams fell to unranked opponents on a day that will have a drastic impact on Monday's polls, providing a reminder that the madness doesn't always wait until March to get going. Those results were as follows:

College Hoops Midweek Recap: Hoyas Carve Up Memphis

December 24th, 2010
Austin Freeman's 24 led GeorgetownThursday provided quite the test for Josh Pastner's Memphis Tigers, with the more experienced Georgetown Hoyas invading the FedEx Forum. While Memphis' competitive spirit can't be questioned their execution, especially on the defensive end, was of no match for the Hoyas who diced up the Tigers to the tune of an 86-69 win. Austin Freeman scored 24 points while Chris Wright added 19 and Julian Vaughn 15 points and 10 rebounds in arguably Georgetown's best showing this season in moving to 11-1.

College Hoops Tuesday Recap: Suspensions Doom Kansas State

December 22nd, 2010
Jacob PullenThings got off to a bad start for Frank Martin's team before last night's game against UNLV tipped off as Jacob Pullen and Curtis Kelly were both suspended due to a violation of NCAA rules. The two players purchased clothing at an area department store at a discount (how much is unknown), triggering a three-game ban for Pullen while the length of time Kelly sits out remains to be seen.

Mississippi St 2010 NIT Preview

March 16th, 2010
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Poll: Will Mississippi St Make the NCAA Tournament?

March 13th, 2010

Poll: Which SEC Bubble Team Has the Best Shot To Get In?

March 13th, 2010

Poll: Who Helped Themselves the Most Friday?

March 13th, 2010