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Which Conference is Off to the Best Start?

December 21st, 2006
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ACC (Win %: 78, RPI: 1)
6% (31 votes)
Big 12 (Win %: 72, RPI 8)
3% (17 votes)
Big East (Win %: 75, RPI 7)
3% (15 votes)
Big Ten (Win %: 74, RPI: 5)
3% (18 votes)
MVC (Win %: 74, RPI: 4)
18% (100 votes)
MWC (Win %: 72, RPI 6)
8% (47 votes)
Pac-10 (Win %: 81, RPI: 2)
43% (240 votes)
SEC (Win %: 78, RPI: 3)
16% (86 votes)
Total votes: 554
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Daily Dribble: 12/10

December 10th, 2006
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Wow.. what a day of college basketball.. big games, big wins, big performances.. this is what it's all about. I have so much to say.. I wont be able to give justice to any one game or team. Behold the power of stream of consciousness..

No need to see the #2 team in the country dancing around when they beat a 6-4 Buffalo team. I know people always say a win is a win, and Pitt is now 10-0.. but I have a hard time believing their close to the 2nd best team out there.

Texas A&M dropped their second game in a row.. but their 3 point loss at #1 UCLA was deserved of Top 10 respect. The aggies kept it close the whole, entertaining John Wooden and the rest of the large crowd. At 7-2, they'll probably drop to the 12-15 range, but their resume so far is certainly more impressive than higher ranked teams like Duke or Pitt.

Is the MVC Still a Mid-Major?

December 5th, 2006
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New: MVC Weekly Notebook

November 21st, 2006
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IPFW showcases strength in comeback, immaturity in loss

November 19th, 2006

IPFW's season has really been like a rollercoaster, just without so many ups and with downs that would plummet a ride at Six Flags into the core of the earth.

They had a chance to change that Sunday night (November 19) when they hosted Indiana State, themselves just coming off a stiff loss at the hands of IU. But instead, they couldn't keep up the momentum of a monumental comeback and let their weaknesses leak out in a 67-61 loss.

IPFW had a hold of things early, going up 13-8 with a lot of momentum on a Tyler Best to Quintin Carothers back door play that led to a bigtime dunk. They pulled ahead again (and for the last time) on a DeWitt Scott three-pointer midway through the first half. And then they saw setback after setback kill most of their hopes before the halftime buzzer even sounded.