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All-Tournament Team & MOP: Writer's Picks

March 18th, 2009
Louisville

Everyone gets so caught up in picking the perfect the team, that we sometimes forget that players win games.  CollegeHoops.net predict the Most Outstanding Player and All-Tournament team.

 

Top 5 Potential NCAA Tournament Busts

March 18th, 2009
Duke

Everybody fears losing their Elite Eight or Final Four team by the second round (did anyone besides me have Syracuse going to the Final Four in the 2005 tourney?).  However, when an early upset is picked correctly, you can have a serious advantage over the rest of your competition.  Let’s take a look at a few teams that could be packing their bags early on.

NCAA Tournament Watch: Most Outstanding Players

March 16th, 2009
Jeff Teague - Wake Forest

Aaahh, mid-March, my favorite time of the year.  ESPN has finally switched to covering college basketball full-time, and I’m sweating bullets over which 12-seed will get past the first round.

 

Poll: Who Will Win the 2009 National Title?

March 16th, 2009
Duke

Oklahoma: 2009 NCAA Tournament Capsule

March 8th, 2009
Oklahoma Sooners

Oklahoma Sooners

Big 12

 

Last NCAA Appearance: 2008, Second Round loss to Louisville

College Basketball Odds: March 4

March 4th, 2009

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.


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Coach of the Year Finalists: Iba Award

March 3rd, 2009
ButlerST. LOUIS (USBWA) - The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has announced finalists for the 2009 Henry Iba Award, to be presented to the association's national coach of the year.

 

Oklahoma's Jeff Capel is one of a trio of Big 12 coaches among the 10 selected as finalists. The others are Missouri's Mike Anderson and Kansas' Bill Self. None of the 10 finalists has ever won the award.

 

Oklahoma Suspends Patillo For Saturday Game

February 26th, 2009
NORMAN, Okla. - University of Oklahoma men's basketball head coach Jeff Capel announced this evening that junior forward Juan Pattillo will miss Saturday's game at Texas Tech for violating a team rule.

 

Pattillo, a 6-6, 216-pound forward from Las Vegas, Nev., is averaging 7.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in his 11 games since coming out of redshirt status on Jan. 12. He is averaging 16.5 minutes per contest.

 

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