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2006-07 Preview: #92 Baylor Bears

October 2nd, 2006
Baylor's ready to surprise now that they have full scholarships and a full schedule.

2006-07 Preview: #57 Kansas St

October 2nd, 2006
With Bob Huggins at the helm, this middling Big 12 program matters for the first time in years.

2006-07 Preview: #48 Oklahoma Sooners

October 2nd, 2006
With three key seniors gone, Jeff Capel has a lot of work to do in his first season.

2006-07 Preview: #42 Texas Tech

October 2nd, 2006
Jarrius Jackson (21 ppg) returns to lead a team that underachieved last year.

ESPN's Fran Fraschilla: Big 12 Q&A

September 26th, 2006
Big 12Big 12Big 12The 2006-07 season stands to be exciting and unpredictable for the Big 12. Kansas tops the heap and has legitimate title hopes. Texas A&M will probably be ranked in the top 10 to begin the season, and Texas hasn’t wasted any time reloading after the premature departures of LaMarcus Aldridge and P.J. Tucker. And to top it all off, the Big 12 this year will showcase more new head coaches than any other conference.

College Basketball: Scheduling Conflict

August 4th, 2006
MissouriSUMMARY: BILL REQUIRING ALL DIVISION I SCHOOLS IN MISSOURI TO PLAY EACH OTHER EVERY YEAR FAILS TO PASS STATE LEGISLATURE;

MAY BE RECONSIDERED IN 2007 LEGISLATIVE SESSION

 

The Missouri General Assembly considered a bill during its 2006 regular session that would have required all NCAA Division I schools in the state to play all other NCAA Division I school in all sports in which they field teams.  The bill, which was sponsored by Rep. Mark Wright (R-Greene County), read in full:

All-Time College Basketball Fantasy Teams

July 17th, 2006
Creating the ultimate All-Time teams by Decade.

Reebok Summer Classic East: Day One

July 11th, 2006
Top talent shined like Michael Beasley, Nolan Smith, Johnny Flynn, and Jeff Jones..

2006 ABCD Camp: Final Player Ranking

July 9th, 2006
1- Love, 2 - Mayo, 3- Walker, 4- Rose, 5-Hickson, 6-Boynton, 7-King, 8-Sidney, 9-Holman, 10-Jennings, 11-Jordan..

Preseason Top 40

July 5th, 2006
In this month's updated Preseason Top 40, we have the added bonus of knowing who left (Cedric Simmons, Kyle Lowry, etc) and who stayed in school (Joakim Noah, Glen Davis, etc). The only team to completely drop out of the Top 40 is NC State, replaced by #37 Michigan.