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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 41 to 60

#41: Dayton Flyers

The Flyers hopes of an Atlantic 10 title rest on senior Brian Roberts (19 ppg).

#42: Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia hopes to rebound from a disappointing finish that kept them out of the Big Dance.

#43: New Mexico State Aggies

Despite losing Reggie Theus to the NBA, the Aggies are primed to keep the momentum going.

#44: Bradley Braves

Daniel Ruffin and Jeremy Crouch form the MVC's top backcourt.

#45: Alabama Crimson Tide

Even without Ronald Steele, 'Bama should be in line for a return to the Big Dance.

#46: San Diego State Aztecs

2nd place in the MWC should be good enough for SDSU to squeeze into the Big Dance.

#47: Maryland Terrapins

Despite losing a few starters, Gary Williams will have the Terps fighting for a Tourney bid once again.

#48: Houston Cougars

An explosive backcourt gives Houston a chance to sneak into the NCAA Tournament.

#49: Utah State Aggies

Do everything star Jaycee Carroll returns for his final chance to make the Big Dance.

#50: Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue's hopes rest on the shoulder of a loaded recruiting class.

#51: Texas A&M Aggies

Losing Acie Law was a big blow, but the departure of Billy Gillispie hurts even more.

#52: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Even after the early departures of Young & Crittenton, Tech is still is on the Tourney bubble.

#53: Washington Huskies

The Huskies try to rebound from a surprising season without a postseason trip.

#54: VCU Rams

Arguably the best player in the CAA, Eric Maynor, returns to lead the Rams.

#55: Rhode Island Rams

The upstart Rams wont be able to sneak up on anybody again.

#56: Vanderbilt Commodores

After a surprise Sweet Sixteen run, Vandy will be dependant on Shan Foster to score the ball.

#57: UAB Blazers

With a handful of transfers and newcomers, UAB is a trendy surprise pick.

#58: Pittsburgh Panthers

Potential off-court issues for Levance Fields could be a major blow to Pitt's hopes.

#59: Oklahoma Sooners

Jeff Capel is relying on a solid frontcourt to turn things around in his second year.

#60: Creighton Bluejays

Funk and Tolliver depart, taking the Bluejays tournament hopes with them.

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