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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 61 to 80

#61: West Virginia Mountaineers

Bob Huggins returns to the Big East, taking over a solid but unspectacular roster.

#62: California Bears

Ryan Anderson and DeVon Hardin form one of the country's best frontcourt combos.

#63: LSU Tigers

After an underachieving season, its hard to figure out the Tigers.

#64: Wichita State Shockers

Gregg Marshall inherits a team that loses 4 of its 5 top scorers.

#65: Providence Friars

The dynamic trio of Curry, Efejuku and McDermott will be tough to handle in the Big East.

#66: Oklahoma State Cowboys

Losing Curry and Boggan from a non-tournament team equals another mediocre season.

#67: UNLV Runnin' Rebels

It will be impossible for this years Rebels to match last year's epic 30-win season.

#68: Old Dominion Monarchs

Despite losing three starters, the Monarchs should still contend for a CAA title.

#69: St. Joseph's Hawks

After a disappointing season, the Hawks should bounce back into the postseason.

#70: Nevada Wolfpack

Marcelus Kemp (19 ppg) is the lone starter back from last year's 29-win team.

#71: Saint Louis Billikens

Rick Majerus inherits a squad with one of the Atlantic 10's best backcourts.

#72: Michigan Wolverines

The mediocre Amaker era mercifully comes to an end.. John Beilein hopes to turn things around .

#73: Holy Cross Crusaders

Despite some major losses, Holy Cross is our favorite in the competitive Patriot League.

#74: Western Michigan Broncos

As far as depth goes, WMU has as much as you'll ever find in the MAC.

#75: Texas Tech Red Raiders

Tech's hopes rest on Zeno and Burgess, a pair of quality senior guards.

#76: Northern Iowa Panthers

Senior Eric Coleman returns after averaging 13 and 9, and may not have even reached his full potential.

#77: Duquesne Dukes

The loss of Robert Mitchell the day of publication hurts Duquesne's postseason chances.

#78: Miami Hurricanes

Miami has the potential to go boom or bust depending upon point guard play.

#79: Southern Miss Golden Eagles

High-scoring sophomore Jeremy Wise returns to a postseason hopeful team.

#80: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

Senior Courtney Lee (17 ppg) returns to lead a 22 win team.

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