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Poll: Best Conference in 2009-10?

November 2nd, 2009

America East Preseason Poll: BU #1

October 28th, 2009
America EastHARTFORD, Conn.-- In search of its first league title since 2002, Boston University is the unanimous preseason choice of the coaches to win its sixth America East Men’s Basketball title in 2009-10. The selections were announced today as part of the America East Basketball Tip-Off Luncheon held at the Connecticut State Capitol in Hartford, host city for the 2010 America East Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship Presented by Newman’s Own on March 4-7.

MVC Preseason Poll & Awards

October 28th, 2009
Missouri Valley ConferenceST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The Northern Iowa men's basketball team has been picked to finish first in the Missouri Valley Conference, according to the preseason poll announced today during the league's annual Basketball Media Day.

Northern Iowa, which returns all five starters after sharing the regular-season title with Creighton last year, earned 38 of 39 first-place votes in the survey of league coaches, beat writers, sports information directors and play-by-play men.

MAC Preseason Poll & Awards

October 28th, 2009

CLEVELAND - Akron was predicted to finish first in the Mid-American Conference East Division in a poll of the league's media, the conference office announced on Oct 28.

Central Michigan was predicted to win the West Division, amassing 113 points and 10 first-place votes. Northern Illinois was picked to finish second with 102 points, while Eastern Michigan was forecast to finish third with 94 points. Ball State, Western Michigan and Toledo were picked to finish fourth, fifth and sixth in the West Division, respectively.

MVC Preseason Poll & Awards

October 27th, 2009
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ACC Preseason Basketball Poll

October 26th, 2009
GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Everybody knows that coaches and fans can’t agree on anything. When it comes to predicting the order of finish in ACC men’s basketball, the media can’t seem to get on the same page, either.

For the first time in the 41-year history of preseason voting, there is a tie for No. 1. Duke, chosen first on 25 of 48 ballots cast, and North Carolina, recipient of 20 picks for the top spot, each finished with 545 points. Media members attending the ACC’s Operation Basketball on Sunday event cast the ballots.

Updated Top 50 Ranking: Kansas #1

September 15th, 2009

This has certainly been one of the more eventful off-seasons in recent college basketball memory with big-time coaching changes, scandals, NBA Draft decisions, and last-minute decisions by big-name recruits.

 

One Man's Thoughts: Early 2010 Top 15

April 9th, 2009
2009-10 Top 15 Teams..

1. Kansas - Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins return. Bill Self may end up with two big time recruits in Xavier Henry and John Wall. Already have 5-star recruits Elijah Johnson and Thomas Robinson signed on.

2. Syracuse - Assuming Jonny Flynn doesn't go pro, he may be the best point guard in the nation next year (if Lawson goes pro). They also return Paul Harris and Eric Devendorf.

2010 Top 15: Writers Predictions

April 8th, 2009

Writers Predictions: 2010 Top 15 Teams