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College Preview Home | Top 144 Previews | Head Coach Interviews

Is UNC #1? Florida's dynasty done? Who is the best freshman?

CHN ranks and previews the Top 144 teams and releases one per day leading up to the opening of the 2007-08 college basketball season. 

 

Teams 101 to 120

#101: Loyola (MD) Greyhounds

Senior guard Gerald Brown (22 ppg and 5 rpg) returns to light up the MAAC.

#102: UC Santa Barbara Gauchos

Alex Harris and Chris Devine form the Big West's most dynamic scoring duo.

#103: South Alabama Jaguars

A solid returning backcourt makes up for John Pelphrey's departure to Arkansas.

#104: Boston College Eagles

Losses to Dudley, Williams, and Marshall will be hard to overcome.

#105: Illinois Chicago Flames

Recent player losses might render this ranking a bit too hard to attain.

#106: Baylor Bears

This should be the year Scott Drew's program finally takes a big step forward.

#107: DePaul Blue Demons

Despite Wilson Chandler's departure, a run at the Tournament bubble (or NIT) isn't out of the question.

#108: Tulsa Golden Hurricane

After a surprising 20 win season, Tulsa should once again finish in the upper half of the CUSA.

#109: Illinois State Redbirds

A solid but unspectacular starting five is not ready to compete for an MVC championship.

#110: Wake Forest Demon Deacons

As the Wake family honors the loss of Skip Prosser, the program's future still remains strong.

#111: Belmont Bruins

A lack on interior presence is the biggest obstacle to a 3rd straight Atlantic Sun title.

#112: Kent State Golden Flashes

PG transfer Korey Spates will need to step up for Kent State to compete for a MAC title.

#113: Montana Grizzlies

A perennial Top 144 pick, Montana is our favorite to win the Big Sky Conference .

#114: IUPUI Jaguars

Ron Hunter's squad looks to be the first Summit League (formerly Mid-Con) champs.

#115: Hawaii Rainbows

Good long-range shooting might not be enough to overcome Hawaii's lack of inside presence.

#116: Virginia Tech Hokies

The Hokies move on without graduates Zabian Dowdell and Jamon Gordon.

#117: Nebraska Cornhuskers

Big man Aleks Maric (19 ppg) is one of the country's most overlooked talents.

#118: George Washington Colonials

Despite lacking depth of year's past, GW remains one of the more underrated programs.

#119: Yale Bulldogs

Could Yale finally end Penn & Princeton's stronghold on first place in the Ivy League?

#120: Valparaiso Crusaders

Valpo should be competitive in their first foray into the Horizon League.

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