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Ohio St vs UCSB: Preview & Predicton

March 19th, 2010
Ohio St
Mar 19 2010 - 9:45pm

Ohio St 2010 NCAA Tournament Preview

March 14th, 2010

Ohio State Buckeyes

Big Ten Conference (27-7, 14-4)

Seed: #2

Poll: Who Will Win the 2010 NCAA Tournament?

March 14th, 2010
Duke

2010 CollegeHoops.net College Basketball All-Americans

March 11th, 2010
Evan Turner

Player of the Year Evan Turner and super-freshman John Wall highlight CollegeHoops.net's 2010 All-America teams. Turner averaged 19.5 ppg, 9.4 rpg, and 5.8 apg while helping Ohio St finish tied atop the Big Ten standings. Wall averaged 16.8 ppg and 6.2 apg, helping lead Kentucky to an impressive 29-2 record and an SEC title. They are joined on the First Team by Wall's teammate DeMarcus Cousins, Villanova leader Scottie Reynolds, and Big 12 Player of the Year James Anderson.

Big Ten Tournament: Predictions & Preview

March 11th, 2010
Kalin Lucas

With four clear-cut big-dancers, the Big Ten oozes front-end quality.  But with lower-seeded teams providing late season scares to perennial powers – see Michigan State barely escaping Penn State in East Lansing last week - look for some drama to unfold this Thursday thru Sunday in Indianapolis.

 

Poll: Who Will Win the Big Ten Tournament?

March 10th, 2010
Big Ten

National Player of the Year: Evan Turner Leads the Pack

March 8th, 2010
John Wall - KentuckyIt's March and everyone's talking about college basketball. Is your team on the bubble?

While all the talk is about teams and brackets and seeds, let's not forget about some of the top individual players who hope to lead those squads deep into the NCAA Tournament.

So let's get started with my five leading candidates to win the coveted Naismith Award, which honors the best player in men's college basketball:

Evan Turner vs John Wall: Player of the Year Debate

March 8th, 2010
Evan TurnerLast year, the debate for the 2008-09 Naismith National Player of the Year was effectively ended sometime in mid-January 9 (or maybe even sooner), when it became clear that Oklahoma's Blake Griffin was far and away the best player in the country. He was a double-double machine who became a nightly fixture on “Sportscenter's Top 10” for his rim-rattling dunks, and he led the Sooners to a 30-6 record and the Elite Eight. Although they would fall short of a championship, there was no question that he was the most dominant player in the nation.

Thursday Hoops Notebook: Girls Gone Wild

March 4th, 2010
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Turns out female thuggery isn't reserved for college soccer. Check out this gem from Wednesday night, when Baylor's Brittney Griner, already a Youtube sensation for her dunking, clocks Texas Tech's Jordan Barncastle.

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Poll: Who Will Win the Naismith Award?

February 25th, 2010