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Jon Teitel's Interview Series: Washington State Legend Isaac Fontaine

July 14th, 2010
Washington State Legend Isaac Fontaine

In the latest installment of his great player interview series, CHN writer Jon Teitel spent some time with the all-time leading scorer in Washington State history in Isaac Fontaine. Fontaine, who earned All-Conference honors in each of his four seasons on the Palouse, also leads the program in three-point percentage (45.7%) and was a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award as a senior in 1997.

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Poll: Who Will Win the Pac-10 Tournament?

March 10th, 2010
Arizona

Jerome Randle: CollegeHoops.net Player of the Week

February 16th, 2010
Jerome RandleCollegeHoops.net Player of the Week: Jerome Randle, California

Poll: Biggest Surprise Top 25 Team?

January 19th, 2010
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Pac-10 Disaster: One Bid League?

January 14th, 2010
Pac-10 BasketballThe Pac-10’s Disastrous Week

After what can only be described as a truly awful start to the new year, the Pacific 10 Conference is now staring at the possibility, albeit right now still a remote possibility, of fielding only a single team to the represent them in the NCAA Tournament.  

College Hoops Saturday Recap: Kentucky Outlasts Louisville

January 3rd, 2010
Kentucky's DeMarcus CousinsMany had a feeling that things would get a bit heated between in-state rivals Louisville and Kentucky on Saturday afternoon. Kentucky fans at Rupp Arena were more than ready to see the Wildcats reclaim bragging rights while the veteran Cardinals weren't showing up to simply lie down. The talking began in the tunnel before the game and threatened to mar the game before a shot was even attempted.

Big Ten Expansion? Dominoes Could Fall Once More

December 18th, 2009
Big Ten

It may not feel like it to the respective conferences, but it has been over six years since the ACC raided the Big East, taking with them Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College to reach the mandatory 12 team minimum for a conference football championship game. The Big East, caught flat-footed by the move, promptly raided Conference USA, which in turn raided the Western Athletic Conference, which then invaded the Sun Belt Conference – leading to one of the most dramatic re-alignments in college sports since the expansion of the “major” conferences themselves in the early 90’s.