Every year, we see teams go from good to bad because of NBA defections, transfers or graduation. Consistency is extremely difficult in college basketball.
Now that the NBA draft deadline has passed, most rosters are close to set for next season, and it's a good time to start forecasting which teams will go from good to bad.
Typically, how you're performing in November is how you're performing in May. For the teams still looking to add a guy, it's rare that any summer additions turn into impact players.
To make this list, a team had to be in the NCAA tournament this past year and also play in one of the traditionally strong basketball conferences.
Most of these teams are either traditional powers or have been good for several years now, so the fact that they're about to fall off will be tough for their fanbases to accept. This will be the "wait till next year" crowd by the time the calendar turns.