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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 81 to 100

#81: Auburn Tigers

Just about everyone returns from a team that quietly won 17 games.

#82: Saint Mary's Gaels

Even with star junior Diamon Simpson, the Gaels might have to settle for 2nd in the WCC .

#83: Wyoming Cowboys

An explosive backcourt that averaged a combined 38 ppg should do some damage in the MWC .

#84: Winthrop Eagles

Bradshaw and Martin have moved on, but another Big South championship is likely.

#85: Central Michigan Chippewas

In just his second season, coach Ernie Ziegler could take CMU to surprising heights.

#86: Siena Saints

Kenny Hasbrouck and Edwin Ubiles are primed to lead the Saints to a MAAC title.

#87: Fordham Rams

Solid senior Bryant Dunston returns, but the A10 might to be to deep for the Rams to make a title run.

#88: Florida State Seminoles

After missing out on the Tourney last year, things wont get any easier with Al Thornton in the NBA.

#89: Fresno State Bulldogs

After 22 wins last year, the Bulldogs will once again contend for an NIT bid.

#90: Austin Peay Governors

All five starters return from a team that was one win away from the Big Dance.

#91: UNC Greensboro Spartans

To win the SoCo, the Spartans will need someone to step up besides Kyle Hines (21 ppg)

#92: Seton Hall Pirates

Impressive point guard Eugene Harvey (17 ppg) returns for his sophomore season.

#93: Missouri State Bears

Will Missouri State make the Big Dance before Barry Hinson loses his job?

#94: UNC Wilmington Seahawks

The return of TJ Carter should help UNCW rebound from a dismal season.

#95: Akron Zips

Last year's best team in the MAC is hoping to avenge its postseason snub.

#96: New Mexico Lobos

An underachieving team hopes to get a boost from new head coach Steve Alford.

#97: Massachusetts Minutemen

It will be a transition as year as UMASS moves on without Rashaun Freeman and Stephane Lasme.

#98: Minnesota Gophers

Forget whose on the roster, its all about Tubby Smith at Minnesota.

#99: Cincinnati Bearcats

Mick Cronin still has some work to do getting Cincy back amongst the Big East elite (or top half).

#100: Arizona State Sun Devils

ASU's 8-22 record was actually not that bad, and continued improvement should be expected in Sendek's 2nd year.

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