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. 


2006-07 Preview: Team's #121-130

October 2nd, 2006
Capsules of teams ranked 121st to 130th in CHN's 144 Teams in 144 Days Preview.

2006-07 Preview: Team's #101-110

October 2nd, 2006
Capsules of Teams #101 to 110 in CHN's 144 Teams in 144 Days Preseason Preview.

2006-07 Preview: #96 Utah

October 2nd, 2006
Young Luke Nevill (12 ppg) is ready to emerge as an MWC star in his sophomore season.

2006-07 Preview: #79 California

October 2nd, 2006
Even without Leon Powe, Cal can still do some serious damage in the Pac-10.

2006-07 Preview: #65 Stanford

October 2nd, 2006
Stanford loses their big three, but starts anew with ready young talent.

2006-07 Preview: #56 Oregon

October 2nd, 2006
Ernie Kent continues to bring in big names, but the NCAA's will still be out of reach.

#39 USC Basketball Preview

October 2nd, 2006
Despite the tragic loss of PG Ryan Francis, the Trojans still return one of the best backcourts in the country.

All-Time College Basketball Fantasy Teams

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