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2008 BracketBusters Schedule

February 4th, 2008
George Mason

2008 O'Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters Television Matchups

Friday, Feb 22
Davidson at Winthrop
UCSB at Utah State

Saturday, Feb 23
Creighton at Oral Roberts
George Mason at Ohio
Kent State at St. Mary’s (Ca.)
Marist at Cleveland State
Miami at Valparaiso
Nevada at Southern Illinois
Rider at CS Northridge
Siena at Boise State
UWM at Bradley
Virginia Commonwealth at Akron

Sunday, Feb 24
Wright State at Illinois State

2008 O'Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters Non-Television Matchups
* Times to be Announced

Albany at Canisius

2008 Preview: Biggest College Basketball Story of 2008?

January 3rd, 2008

Following a run of Year in Review articles, its time to look ahead to what will almost certainly be a magical 2008.


Today's Question: What will be the big college basketball story in 2008?  

Daily Dribble: Top 50 Mid-Major Ranking

January 2nd, 2008
ButlerRolling in the New Year with the first of three multi-conference rankings. Today will be the Top 50 Mid-Major teams, followed by the a complete "High-Major" ranking (conference 7 through 12), and then an overall BCS ranking. As a reminder, I consider the A10, CAA, CUSA, MVC, MWC, WAC to be "High-Major" conferences.


Daily Dribble: Mid-Major Ranking

December 6th, 2007
MACFollowing yesterday's "High-Major" ranking, today's "Mid-Major" list contains what I consider to be the usual 13th through 17th ranked conferences: Big West, Horizon, MAC, Sun Belt, and WCC. Of course, some years there are other leagues that squeak into the Top 17, but only once since 2000 (Ivy in 2002) has a league not included in my rankings finished in the top 16 RPI.


Thanksgiving Daily Dribble: Replay in 15

November 22nd, 2007

As always, the concept is simple. A recap of yesterday's action in 15 quick bullet-points. We begin:

1. We all know this is the year of the freshman, but it goes deeper than just the Kyle Singlers (25 points last night), Kosta Koufos's (24), and Patrick Pattersons (23) of the world.

2. Dayton freshman Chris Wright had 26 and 12 over Toledo last night, and Pepperdine's Tyrone Shelley had 24 in an OT win over LBSU.

3. Neither of those guys success should be that shocking though, both were consensus Top 100 recruits.

Freshman 10: Mid-Major Rookie Preview

October 31st, 2007

High Major Freshman of the Year (includes C-USA minus Memphis, WAC, Mountain West, CAA, A-10 and Gonzaga)

CHN Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team

October 8th, 2007
The Collegehoops.net Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team features selections from 15 conferences. The top two teams are full of seniors, except for sophomore guard Stephen Curry of Davidson.


Lottery Leagues: Part Two

July 20th, 2007


In Part I of this article, we looked at the lottery players selected in the last 10 years from the ACC, Big East, and Big Ten. Today, we’ll look at the rest of the lottery picks in that same time frame.

Daily Dribble: NCAA Tournament Day Four

March 18th, 2007

- Amazingly, all of this year's Sweet Sixteen teams came into last week within the Top 22 of the CHN Top 50. The "lowest" ranked team was Tennessee at #22. In the AP and Coaches Poll, they were all within the Top 34.

CHN High & Mid-Major All-Americans

March 10th, 2007

Collegehoops.net High-Major Player of the Year: Nick Fazekas (Nevada)
Collegehoops.net Mid-Major Player of the Year: Jared Jordan (Marist)

High-Major All-American
G: Loren Stokes (Hofstra)
G: Morris Almond (Rice)
F: Nick Fazekas (Nevada)
C: Stephane Lasme (UMASS)
C: Jason Smith (Colorado State)

Second Team High-Major All-American
G: Derek Raivio (Gonzaga)
G: Jaycee Carroll (Utah State)
F: DaShaun Wood (Wright State)
F: Rashaun Freeman (UMASS)
C: Randal Falker (SIU)

Mid-Major All-American