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Mid-Major Player of the Week: Eric Maynor

December 8th, 2008
Eric Maynor - VCU

As a companion to CHN's National Player of the Week, we will be presenting a Mid-Major Player of the Week as well this season. All non-BCS players are eligible for this award. In the case that the National POY is a non-BCS player, they will be repeated here as well.

 

Daily Dribble: Mid-Major All-American Thoughts

October 26th, 2008

 

CHN released its official Preseason Mid-Major All-America team this past Friday.. here are my personal views on our selections. All CHN awards are voted on by staff writers.

 

Preseason Mid-Major All-Americans: 08-09

October 24th, 2008

CollegeHoops.net's Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team is dominated by a pair of impressive guards: Stephen Curry and Patrick Mills. Not surprisingly, Curry was a unanimous pick amongst all of our voters for Mid-Major Player of the Year honors. Besides Curry and Mills, other returning 2007-08 Collegehoops.net Mid-Major All-Americans include Lester Hudson (2nd Team last year), Al Fisher (3rd Team), and Ryan Wittman (3rd Team).

2008 BracketBusters Participants (Home/Away)

September 5th, 2008
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Poll: What Will be the Best Mid-Major Conference in 2009?

August 13th, 2008
Colonial

Draft Poll: Who Will be the First Mid-Major Prospect Selected?

June 24th, 2008
BYU

Northeast non-TV Bracket Busters preview

February 22nd, 2008
Albany

Here’s a quick preview of the ESPNU O’Reilly Bracket Busters games this weekend that will not be shown on television involving northeast teams. In most cases, the organizers of this event have done a better job of limiting the travel for non-television games, with the exception of UC Davis visiting Loyola (MD) among games involving northeast leagues. Bracket Busters, originally put together to provide schools in non-BCS leagues one last opportunity to add to their resume, now involves some 100 schools from sixteen conferences.

Niagara @ Appalachian State (Saturday, 1 PM)

Poll: Who is the Best Mid-Major?

February 12th, 2008
Butler

2008 BracketBusters Analysis & Predictions

February 4th, 2008
ButlerEven if there is only one game that will likely feature two teams that are worthy of at-large bids, there are still plenty of interesting match-ups and plenty of teams that we will see in March in this edition of BracketBusters. The number one goal is exposure for the teams and that exposure is good for the fans as well who can start scouting some potential NCAA Tournament teams that they may not have seen yet this year. Yet, more important than exposure is momentum. Grabbing a big win against a quality team can do great things heading into the conference tournaments.