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CollegeHoops.net Preseason All-Americans: 2008-09

October 19th, 2008

 

North Carolina senior Tyler Hansbrough, CHN's reigning Player of the Year, is the dominating force leading CollegeHoops.net's 2008-09 Preseason All-America Teams. Besides Hansbrough, other returning CHN All-Americans include Luke Harangody (2nd Team last year), Darren Collison (3rd Team), Stephen Curry (4th Team), and AJ Price (4th Team).

 

State of '08: Tennessee

October 10th, 2008
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Duke or Carolina? BC or UMASS? Gonzaga or Washington.. or Washington State? What is the best program in each state? While there's not much competition in Hawaii.. there are great debates to be had in loaded regions like California, North Carolina, and Texas. The State of '08 is a ranking of every program in every state..

SEC East Preview: Tennessee is the Team to Beat

October 9th, 2008
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Yes, football season is here, and as per usual, a good deal of the national talk is centered around the SEC.

Poll: What is the Best Game on ESPN's College GameDay Schedule?

September 2nd, 2008
Florida

ESPN College Basketball "GameDay" Schedule Announced

August 28th, 2008
California

AUSTIN, Texas -- On Wednesday, ESPN announced the eight sites for ESPN's weekly "College GameDay Driven by State Farm" men's college basketball series and the "Saturday Primetime" game-of-the-week telecast.

Poll: Who is the SEC's Top Incoming Freshman?

July 30th, 2008
Alabama

Rise and Fall: SEC Program Review

July 29th, 2008
Kentucky

Like civilizations, all great basketball programs eventually fall.. replaced by an upstart newcomer. In this week's Rise & Fall series, we'll take a look at which BCS programs are rising, falling, or merely treading water. Up today, the:

 

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NCAA Tournament: Weekend Review

March 31st, 2008
Davidson

Is there any better time of year than March? When else could millions of people sit on a couch all day long, and not feel the least bit guilty? When else could you carry on an in-depth conversation at a bar about UNC's press break or Kevin Love's outlet passes or Stephen Curry's ability to move without the ball with a total stranger... and feel like it's perfectly normal? When else could you field a phone call at 3 a.m. because a friend's team lost and they just need to vent?

CBS Coverage Maps: Sweet Sixteen Thursday

March 26th, 2008
Louisville

One of the fun but also sometimes frustrating aspects of the NCAA Tournament is that CBS televises multiple games at once. This can lead to some exciting in-game looks at close exciting games, but it also means you might be missing the game you really want to see. CBS released their coverage maps of Thursday's Sweet Sixteen action, and I've linked to the maps for each time-slot below.