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ACC: All-December Team

January 4th, 2008
Maryland

With conference play just getting under way, this is the time of year that men separate from the boys. A couple of youngsters have popped up on the ACC’s All-December list. Will they rise to the challenge in conference play?

Guard – Greivis Vasquez – Maryland – SO
16.7ppg, 6.2apg, 5.2rpg
Best game – Dec 28th – Delaware – 18 points, 8 assists, 6 boards, 3 steals

Poll: Most Disappointing Team of 2007?

December 26th, 2007
Maryland

Daily Dribble: Surprises by Conference

December 20th, 2007

Today's column is the first in a Surprise Teams series, in which I list a surprise team from each conference. Some, like Texas are, are positive surprises, while others, like Louisville, have been disappointing..

 

America East

Three Stars of the Day: November 16th

November 16th, 2007
Maryland

Three Stars of The Day

 

Presenting a new daily feature on Collegehoops.net, the Three Stars of the day.  We handpick the best performances of the day, whether it be stat lines that make you drool, or clutch performances.  Either way, its our way of showing the love:

 

Preview: College Basketball Experience Classic

November 10th, 2007
The 2007 CBE Classic will give fans a look at two potential Final Four candidates in UCLA and Michigan State, who enter as the favorites to meet in the tournament championship in Kansas City on Nov. 20. The Bruins, fresh off back-to-back Final Four appearances, welcome in stud freshman Kevin Love to anchor the post, while the Spartans return do-everything point guard Drew Neitzel, the pre-season favorite for Big Ten Player of the Year.

 

Daily Dribble: Top 25 Players in the ACC

October 10th, 2007
ACC

This is the first of a new series ranking the Top 25 players from the Major Conferences. After the BCS conferences are through, I'll be moving on to the Top 10 from the 2nd tier leagues.

Up first is the ACC, which is loaded with talent. I've already finished the Big Ten ranking and the disparity between these two leagues is pretty amazing.

Feel free to disagree with my selections.. there's certainly many different ways this ranking could go.

- ACC Top 25 Players -

2007-08 Maryland Basketball Preview

September 28th, 2007
Maryland

Maryland Terrapins

 

NABC All-Star Game Rosters

March 27th, 2007
Arizona

AMERICAN TEAM

Name School Ht. Wt. Hometown

Aaron Brooks Oregon 6-0 160 Seattle, WA
Justin Doellman Xavier 6-9 210 Union, KY
Sean Denison Santa Clara 6-11 245 Nelson, British Columbia
Caleb Green Oral Roberts 6-8 255 Tulsa, OK
Jarrius Jackson Texas Tech 6-2 185 Monroe, LA
Trey Johnson Jackson State 6-5 218 Jackson, MS
Carl Landry Purdue 6-7 245 Milwaukee, WI
Dan Nwaelele Air Force 6-5 206 Bothell, WA
DJ Strawberry Maryland 6-5 201 Corona, CA
Kyle Visser Wake Forest 6-11 255 Grand Rapids, MI

Daily Dribble: Stats Give Away Final Four?

February 23rd, 2007
Kansas

I love sports stats. Its as simple as that.. baseball has the best stats obviously, but college basketball has some underrated numbers. And I'm not talking about the RPI, I'm talking about Ken Pomeroy's offensive and defensive efficiency numbers. Its not my place to explain these numbers, but you can check out http://kenpom.com/blog/index.php/weblog/stats_explained/ for what the stats mean. But basically a good offensive efficiency rating means a team is good at offense and a good defensive efficiency rating means your good at D. Ken combines these two efficiency ratings into the "Pythag Winning Percentage" which basically predicts how a team will do against an average schedule. For example, last year's national champion Florida, ended up #1 in the Pythag category. They were projected to have a 97.4 winning percentage against an average schedule. The worst, not suprisingly was 1-26 Savannah State with .8% Pythag winning percentage. This means (theoretically), Savannah State would only have won 1 of every 100 games against an average NCAA schedule last year.

Expert Picks: UNC at BC Edition

February 17th, 2007
ClemsonMemphis at Gonzaga, Oregon at Stanfor, UNC at Boston College, Maryland at Clemson