To repeat or not repeat. That is the speculation.
While winning the NCAA title is the ultimate goal of every college basketball team, a more realistic benchmark to achieve is a conference championship. Conference tournament titles are nice, because they guarantee an NCAA tourney bid, but the truest test of a team's regular-season performance is by winning its league.
Once is great. But back-to-back conference titles? It's not as easy as you think.
Of the schools that won regular-season titles in the top nine Division I leagues in 2013-14, only four were repeat champions. And only one such winner, Kansas, has a streak of more than two conference titles, as the Jayhawks have won or shared the Big 12 regular season crown for a remarkable 10 straight seasons.
So, what are the chances we see some more repeat champs in the power conferences in 2014-15? Click through the slideshow to see the odds we've placed on the incumbents.