No one ever wants to be the boring person who picks all top-ranked teams to reach the Final Four in their bracket.
College basketball, more than any other sport, seems to have a dichotomy about its championship contenders.
College basketball is in full swing, which means most eyes are on the power conferences. As the big boys battle one another, they attract almost all of the nation attention.
With conference play now firmly underway in college basketball, we’ve reached a healthy point in the season to start assessing not only how teams stack up this year, but also how they’ve handled
The turn of the calendars to a new year can mean only one thing for college basketball: Conference play is here!
The first two months of non-conference play can feel like the first quarter of a thoro
The period between Christmas and New Years acts as a handy moment to redefine the college basketball season.
November college basketball is a wild ride. Half the games are big time match-ups fabricated by sponsored tournaments and the other half feature certain blowouts.
The basketball season is still very young, with most teams playing five or fewer games so far. Right now, teams are jockeying for position like horses out of the starting gate before the first turn.