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2009 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Schedule/Matchups Announced

April 22nd, 2009
ACC2009 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Highlights

Familiar Foes: In addition to meeting in the 2009 NCAA Championship Game and last year's ACC/Big Ten Challenge, Michigan State and North Carolina played in the first two Challenges (1999 and 2000) with the Spartans winning both games. North Carolina won both games last year.

First-Ever Meeting: Minnesota and Miami will square off in the first meeting between the two programs.

Virginia Tech: 2009 NIT

March 16th, 2009

Virginia Tech Hokies

Atlantic Coast Conference (18-14, 7-9)

NIT Seed: #2

 

College Basketball Odds: March 12: Bubble Day

March 12th, 2009
Arizona

Odds On.. is a place for you to discuss the night's feature lines. Think some of the lines are misguided? Have upset picks to announce? Discuss tonight's lines below.


March 11th: Bubble Day

 

College Basketball: The Week Ahead

March 3rd, 2009
DaytonIts pretty shocking really, this is the last week of college basketball's regular season. Where did the time go? Who knows. But luckily the season ends with a bang, as there are some highly entertaining and highly important games to look forward to this week:

 

Tuesday

 

Duke at Virginia Tech: GameNight

February 28th, 2009
Duke
Feb 28 2009 - 3:30pm

 

Preview & Prediction: By Raphielle Johnson

College Basketball: Weekend TV Guide

February 28th, 2009
Hoops on TV

The second-to-last weekend of the regular season offers a ton of great games as teams try to add to their March resumes. With nearly every conference race yet to be decided, this weekend could go a long way toward determining seedings. Here’s a look at some of the best to watch for this weekend.

 

Saturday, Feb. 28

Clemson vs Virginia Tech: GameNight

February 6th, 2009
Clemson
Feb 25 2009 - 7:30pm

 

Editor's Early Preview

*Made on 02/06. Full preview by the GameNight staff coming soon!

 

CHN Player of the Week: Malcolm Delaney

January 25th, 2009
Malcolm DelaneyThe last full week of January always means two things: the NFL gets pushed to the back-burner for the first time in over five months and, more importantly, college basketball is about to enter its stretch run. The pretenders and contenders are starting to separate themselves, and conference play is really heating up. This week was arguably the most significant week of the season thus far, as favorites in several conferences began to assert themselves, and the No. 1 team in the country lost yet again.