Biggest Fallacies in College Basketball That Will Be Debunked in 2012-13

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Biggest Fallacies in College Basketball That Will Be Debunked in 2012-13
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Tom Crean and the Indiana Hoosiers

Despite the amount of talent that comes and goes, College Basketball seems to play off the same script each year.

The Big East is the toughest conference. The ACC is run by North Carolina and Duke.

The SEC has a couple good teams each year, and the rest are forgettable. The Big 12 lights up the scoreboard, and the Pac-12 talks about baseball season being right around the corner.

Oh, and the Big Ten usually has a couple teams that make it deep into the NCAA tournament before getting run out of the gym by a team with better talent.

But this season may look different than previous ones.

Sure, Kentucky will be as talented as ever. And the Big East will continue to play tough basketball.

But change is in the air this fall. With the season just around the corner, here are four fallacies about College Basketball that will be debunked this year.

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