December 21st, 2006 by Shawn Siegel
ACC (Win %: 78, RPI: 1)
6% (31 votes)
Big 12 (Win %: 72, RPI 8)
3% (17 votes)
Big East (Win %: 75, RPI 7)
3% (15 votes)
Big Ten (Win %: 74, RPI: 5)
3% (18 votes)
MVC (Win %: 74, RPI: 4)
18% (100 votes)
MWC (Win %: 72, RPI 6)
8% (47 votes)
Pac-10 (Win %: 81, RPI: 2)
43% (240 votes)
SEC (Win %: 78, RPI: 3)
16% (86 votes)
Total votes: 554
November 13th, 2006 by Press Release
Barber & Beverley take Week One honors.
October 30th, 2006 by CHN
Favorite: Florida. Player of the Year: Glen Davis. Conference Rank: 3rd.
October 30th, 2006 by Shawn Siegel
October 26th, 2006 by Press Release
Florida is #1 in the SEC Preseason Media Day Poll.
October 20th, 2006 by Jason Brubaker
Billy Donovan is the SEC's best coach. But who follows him? How far down is Tubby on the list?
September 30th, 2006 by Jason Brubaker
With the ever-growing pressure on coaches and players to win now, teams must be able to reload from year to year faster than ever. This year, the SEC welcomes back all five starters from the defending national champion Florida Gators, a Final Four team in LSU, and a lot of question marks everywhere else. Here’s some players who will have to step up or expand their games in order to take their teams to the next level.
August 21st, 2006 by Kurt Wirth
Much of the nation knows the SEC as a football conference. And why not, with teams like Florida, Georgia, LSU, Auburn, and Alabama stealing the national limelight? Still others see the SEC as the leading conference in baseball. Which, with 9 out of the 12 SEC schools ranked in the Top 25 at one point last season, it is. However, many overlook the heritage-rich Southeastern Conference in terms of basketball. That is, until last season. In what pre-season analysts called a “down year” for the SEC, the conference sent 6 teams to the NCAA – two of them to the Final Four, produced the national champion, and finished just behind the ACC in RPI standings.