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Which Will be the Best Overall Conference in 06-07?

October 30th, 2006
ACC

ACC Conference Preview

October 29th, 2006
ACCFavorite: UNC. Player of the Year: Tyler Hansbrough. Conference Rank: 1st.

Preseason Top 25 Coaches Poll

October 27th, 2006
Florida

The first of the national polls is in. No surprise at the top where Florida, UNC, Kansas, and Ohio State lead the way.

Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 Players

October 25th, 2006
AlabamaFlorida is represented by three players on the prestigous Wooden Award Top 50 Preseason List.

Sleeping Giants: Programs on the Rise

October 24th, 2006
Baylor. Arizona State. Virginia Tech. These three college basketball nothings are primed to take their success to new heights.

Who is the Best Coach in the Country?

October 20th, 2006
Arizona

The time is here!

October 16th, 2006
America East

Well, the 2006-07 season officially began Friday night, when schools across the nation put held their first practice of the season. This probably shouldn't even be called a practice, since it primarily consists of player intros, contests, and a scrimmage run at the pace of a glorified jog. The primary goals of the players and coaches are to avoid injuries and put last year behind them. This is what I saw in watching Florida's event the other night. Dropping the replica Sears Trophy after raising their national title banner was the perfect way to say that last year is over, and there are new things to accomplish. The must see TV takes place the following morning, when the coaches get to do their thing...and run their players into the ground. But this will never be on TV, so the Friday night style will have to suffice.

Who do you think should be atop the CHN Top 100 player ranking?

October 10th, 2006
Florida

CHN Top 100: Player Ranking

October 9th, 2006
Noah, Hansbrough, Davis, and Oden sit atop CHN's bran new CHN Top 100 Player Ranking.

Top College Basketball Metropolitan Areas

October 4th, 2006
ACCWhile there are certainly many great college towns in this country, some of our largest cities and their surrounding metropolitan areas boast multiple programs that have produced historic rivalries and unforgettable moments that make them great locales for college basketball enthusiasts.  While fans know that places like Lexington, Ky; Lawrence, Ks; and Storrs, Ct are home to big time college basketball programs, here is a list of cities where professional sports are not the only topic discussed on the sports radio airwaves.