Archive for 'Conference Previews'

2009/2010 SEC Preview

Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by Nolan Shulman.


All it took was one month of recruiting for Coach Calipari to bring Kentucky back to the top of college basketball. He went out and snagged 5 top 50 recruits including the #1 recruit in the nation, John Wall. Without having played a single game, Big Blue Nation is smiling again. Tennessee [...]

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2009-2010 Big 12 Preview

Posted on 24. Sep, 2009 by Nolan Shulman.


While many of the other BCS conferences lost a lot of their star power to the NBA draft, the Big Twelve was able to keep most of their talent around for another year. Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins decided to return to Kansas. Willie Warren decided to skip his shot at the lottery and [...]

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2009-2010 ACC Preview

Posted on 08. Sep, 2009 by Nolan Shulman.


One year after Tyler Hansbrough and his Tar Heels captured the National Championship, the ACC is wide open. With the Heels in reload mode (do they ever rebuild ??), the rest of the league has as good a chance as ever to capture a league crown. Last year it was a three horse [...]

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2009-2010 Big East Conference Preview

Posted on 27. Aug, 2009 by Nolan Shulman.


A new era is upon us in the almighty Big East. One year removed from being the premier conference in America, The Big East enters this season searching for a new identity. Last year the league boasted some of the scariest and most productive front courts in the land and the conference was as [...]

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