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Bubble Watch: Texas A&M Fading

December 28th, 2011

Based on CollegeHoops.net's most recent Bracketology projection, here is how the NCAA Tournament Bubble currently stands. CHN will publish Bubble Watch on Tuesday's following the Bracketology update.

Thursday Recap: Missouri Wins Braggin' Rights Yet Again

December 23rd, 2011
Missouri won their fourth straight in the series

The "Braggin' Rights" game between Illinois and Missouri is alway an intense affair, with the fans in the stands split by the halfcourt line and both teams understanding what's at stake before they even hit the floor. This season's game was no different, although for a good portion of the first half it seemed as if the undefeated Tigers were on their way to a romp. Bruce Weber's team refused to fold, and once Missouri got out of control Illinois was able to mount their rally.

Saturday Recap: Balanced Louisville Too Much for Memphis

December 18th, 2011
Russ Smith tallied 24 points and seven steals

The first meeting between Memphis and Louisville since the 2005 Conference USA title game certainly did not disappoint from a drama standpoint, with both teams landing major blows throughout the contest. But despite a combined 74 first-half points the play was ragged for much of the contest, with the Cardinals taking a 42-32 lead into the break thanks to the Tigers shooting 29% from the field and turning the ball over ten times. But led by Will Barton (28 points, 16 rebounds) Josh Pastner's team refused to fold, fighting back to take a 57-55 lead with 11 minutes remaining.

Saturday's Big 12 Game Previews & Predictions

December 17th, 2011
Big 12 BasketballGreg Mengelt previews & predicts Saturday's six Big 12 battles, including a Top 25 affair between Texas A&M and Florida. All six of the Big 12 teams in action have NCAA Tournament aspirations, and the results will have major implications comes March.

 

 

Saturday Preview: #22 Texas A&M vs. #13 Florida

December 17th, 2011
Patric Young was the difference for Florida

The end of finals week for many schools means a step up in competition on Saturday, and one contest that will garner attention is the second game of the Orange Bowl Classic in Sunrise, Florida. #22 Texas A&M (8-1), which has a strength of schedule that ranks 341st in the country, takes on #13 Florida (7-2) in what should be an interesting matchup. Do the Aggies have the horses on the perimeter to hang with the Gator guards?

Jon Teitel's 2k Sports Classic Observations

November 26th, 2011
Mississippi State controlled the tempo Friday nightLast week, CHN writer Jon Teitel took in the action at the 2K Sports Classic Benefitting Coaches vs. Cancer at Madison Square Garden. He took down some observations in all four games of the event, which was won by Mississippi State.

Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State

Who Will Win the 2011-12 Big 12 Title?

November 18th, 2011
Baylor

College Hoops Thursday: Your Commentary

November 17th, 2011
St. John's forward God'sgift Achiuwa

Thursday's schedule is highlighted by three in-season tournaments, with action in Charleston, New York City and San Juan. The 2K Sports Classic Benefitting Coaches vs. Cancer semifinals will be played at Madison Square Garden with Texas A&M playing Mississippi State in the opener and St. John's and Arizona doing battle in the nightcap. The second game jumps out not only because of the fact that it will be a home game for the Red Storm but also due to the roles that newcomers play on both teams.

Big 12 Basketball: 5-Year Ranking

November 12th, 2011

Here's how the Big 12 teams stack up over the last five years according to conference wins. There are substantial gaps (at least 6 wins) between tiers. With the change in conference membership, and certain programs in flux, the next 5 years of Big 12 basketball could be much more fluid.

College Hoops Wednesday Thoughts: Bulldogs Fall, Aggies Roll

November 10th, 2011
Arnett Moultrie and the Bulldogs suffer their first loss

While much of the college sports world was captivated by the goings on in State College, PA, four college basketball games were being played. And one of the four teams expected to win fell at the hands of the defending MAC Tournament champs, but in hindsight it wasn't much of an "upset". Behind 19 points from Quincy Diggs the Zips beat Mississippi State 68-58 at The Hump. Simply put, Keith Dambrot's team outworked and outplayed the Bulldogs, who weren't as effective as they were on Monday night and it cost them.