2012-13 Preview

During the off-season, CollegeHoops.net is your home for NBA Draft coverage, as well as coaching changes, transfers, and a preview of the 2012-13 season.

 

CHN Newsletter: Get the Latest College Basketball Updates

    

Recent Articles

#39 USC Basketball Preview

October 2nd, 2006
Despite the tragic loss of PG Ryan Francis, the Trojans still return one of the best backcourts in the country.

ESPN's Fran Fraschilla: Big 12 Q&A

September 26th, 2006
Big 12Big 12Big 12The 2006-07 season stands to be exciting and unpredictable for the Big 12. Kansas tops the heap and has legitimate title hopes. Texas A&M will probably be ranked in the top 10 to begin the season, and Texas hasn’t wasted any time reloading after the premature departures of LaMarcus Aldridge and P.J. Tucker. And to top it all off, the Big 12 this year will showcase more new head coaches than any other conference.

Preseason Basketball: All-Underrated Team

September 8th, 2006
EWU

Well, the month of September means two things: the start of football season, and the influx of college basketball preview magazines. These magazines, like the major networks during the season, tend to focus on the players and teams in “BCS” leagues. This means that many players excel outside of the limelight throughout the year, and fans hear little of them until they lead their team to a first-round upset in the NCAA Tournament. Also, you have your players in the BCS

2006-07 Big East Preview

September 7th, 2006
Big EastThink you know the Big East? Think again. Eric Silver, CHN's Big East expert, breaks down the conference's 16 rosters from All-Americans down to the last man off the bench.. Click on each team for their preview.

Preseason Top 40

July 5th, 2006
In this month's updated Preseason Top 40, we have the added bonus of knowing who left (Cedric Simmons, Kyle Lowry, etc) and who stayed in school (Joakim Noah, Glen Davis, etc). The only team to completely drop out of the Top 40 is NC State, replaced by #37 Michigan.

2006-07 College All-American Preview

March 1st, 2006
DukeMcDonald's All-Americans shape the face of the college game. Next year we project that 37 teams will have at least one All-American on their roster. Amongst these teams, the wealth is pretty spread out as only 8 teams have more than 2 on their roster. The exception is down in Tobacco Road where 13 (over a third of All-Americans) will be divided between Duke and North Carolina.