Biggest Lessons Learned from College Basketball Preseason Tournaments

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Biggest Lessons Learned from College Basketball Preseason Tournaments
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Save for a pair of low-profile tournaments taking place in late December, college basketball's preseason tournaments are now in the record books, and it's time to figure out what lessons we've learned from them.

In the Battle 4 Atlantis, Villanova acquired a target for its back while Kansas' bandwagon got a little bit lighter.

The Wooden Legacy taught us that San Diego State is for real while the new Big East probably isn't.

In the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game we were all hoping for, Arizona became a legitimate national championship threat while Duke may have become the fourth-best team in its own conference.

Let's start things out by pulling a little further on that ACC thread.

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