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Poll: Who Will the East Region?

March 19th, 2008
Louisville

Writers Picks: All-Tournament Team

March 19th, 2008

Along with our writer Final Four Picks and our writer Upset Picks, we present our All-Tournament Team picks. No surprise that Kevin Love and Tyler Hansbrough dominate the selections, but there's certainly no consensus. The player in bold is that writer's Most Outstanding Player pick.

National Media Final Four Picks: UNC & UCLA Dominate

March 18th, 2008

We've made our predictions, but what do other national experts and media publications have to say? Here's a sampling of what some of the big names say about the 2008 NCAA Tournament. Note that just about everyone picked UNC and UCLA to make the finals.. either we're all stupid or there's really two clear-cut favorites this year.  Time will tell.

Poll: What #1 Seed Will Lose First?

March 18th, 2008
Kansas

NCAA Tournament: Top 50 Players

March 17th, 2008
Kansas St

Based on CollegegHoops.net's Top 100 Player Ranking, here are the Top 50 players in the NCAA Tournament as voted by CHN writers. 

 

Final Four: CHN Writer Predictions

March 16th, 2008
North Carolina

Need help picking the Final Four? CHN writers give their predictions below and we try and come up with some semblance of a consensus. The only real consistent choice is that they all love UCLA. See how these picks compare to CHN's Official Prediction.

 

Bracket Tactics: Friday's Tip of the Day

March 14th, 2008
Leading up to the 2008 NCAA Tournament, we'll be presenting daily tips to help you fill in your bracket. 

 

Today's Bracket Tactic

 

2008 NCAA Tournament Capsule: UNC

March 12th, 2008

North Carolina Tar Heels

Atlantic Coast Conference (32-2, 14-2)

Seed: #1

 East Region

 

RPI: 1

Buzzer Beater: Bubble Weekend Review

March 10th, 2008
Duke  - How about North Carolina's  Danny Green? The sixth-man extraordinaire provided a huge lift for the Heels on Saturday, totaling 18 points, 8 rebounds and 7 blocks as they knocked off Duke in Cameron. Green's ability to play inside or on the perimeter gives UNC a huge advantage.  Green can play either forward spot, as well as shooting guard, meaning UNC can match-up with any type of line-up thrown at them. With