1. 2011 NCAA Tournament: Scouting The Field: Texas Longhorns

    How good are the Texas Longhorns? After Texas dismantled in-state rival Texas A&M for the second time this season by a score of 69-49, Texas A&M coach Mike Turgeon gave the Longhorns and coach Rick Barnes a glowing endorsement...

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  2. 2011 NCAA Tournament: Scouting The Field: Belmont Bruins

    As we continue our run through college basketball's conference leaders, today we take an inside look at the Atlantic Sun leading Belmont Bruins...

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  3. 2011 NCAA Tournament Scouting the Field: Duke Blue Devils

    Just a season removed from a national championship title, the Duke Blue Devils are looking to duplicate their success in 2011...

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  4. 2011 NCAA Tournament: Scouting The Field: Duquesne Dukes

    The Atlantic 10 doesn't have a clear leader at the moment. Duquesne and Xavier are in a dead lock tie for first place. Each team is 15-5 and a perfect 7-0 in conference play...

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  5. 2011 NCAA Tournament: Scouting the Field—Maine Black Bears

    Over the course of the next month, I'd like to take our readers through the current conference leaders who look to be the favorites to be this year's NCAA Tournament automatic bids...

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  6. CAA Basketball: The Silent Assassins:

    In the past decade, the CAA has become a bit of an eye opener for the rest of college basketball. Over the years, coaches from power conferences saw putting a CAA team on your schedule ...

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  7. Radford Basketball, Looking To Pull Upset in South Carolina

    It may sound far fetched to even entertain the idea that Radford University (2-0) can even contend with SEC heavyweight South Carolina...

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  8. To Be the Best, Big South Fave Radford Feels It At Least Needs To Play the Best

    It almost seemed like something out of a dream for the Radford Highlanders basketball team (21-11). Just five months ago, the Radford student body was storming the court of the Dedmon Center ...

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  9. Don't Count Out The Louisville Cardinals

    Five day’s ago, I wrote an article pertaining to the dominance of the ACC and the Big East. While addressing the Big East, I went into detail about league front runners Syracuse, Georgetown, Pittsburgh, and Connecticut...

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  10. George Mason Patriots Taking CAA by Storm

    In the preseason CAA basketball polls, George Mason was picked to finish fourth behind the likes of VCU, Old Dominion, and Northeastern. The general consensus seemed to be that the Patriots were going to be good, but not NCAA tournament bound...

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  11. Luxury Tax Not Enough in MLB

    One of the most exciting things to watch in the offseason is Major League Baseball’s free-agent shopping spree. Every team is trying to sign the best available talent in order to benefit the most important needs of their organization...

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  12. ACC Vs. Big East: The Power of 25

    As the college basketball midpoint rapidly approaches, it’s anyone’s bet who will be battling it out in the field of 65 come March...

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  13. College Basketball or Pro Ball?: Stay in School for the Love of the Game

    As I turn on the TV to watch a college basketball game, I can't help but ponder how much the game has changed in recent years. I'm not talking about the rules and regulations...

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  14. March Madness: Patriots Ready to Fight the Irish

    Just months ago, I found myself questioning whether or not George Mason was good enough to go to the NCAA tournament. Heading into the CAA tournament, the Patriots were playing very unsteady basketball down the stretch...

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  15. GMU Basketball: How Good Are the Patriots?

    If there’s one word that described the 2006-07 George Mason men’s basketball season, it would be inconsistency...

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