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College Preview Home | Top 144 Previews | Head Coach Interviews

Is UNC a lock for #1? Will the Big East dominate? Who will surprise?

Our annual favorite, CHN ranks and previews the Top 144 teams and releases one per day leading up to the opening of the 2008-09 college basketball season.

 

Check out our other Preview Content Including Preseason Awards, and our complete 341 Team D1 ranking. (coming soon!)

 

Teams 41 to 60

#41: Kent State Golden Flashes

Despite many changes, Kent State is still the MAC favorite thanks to star guar Al Harris.

#42: Dayton Flyers

How will Dayton take off in the Atlantic 10 without Brian Roberts?

#43: Southern Illinois Salukis

Chris Lowery is hoping that his newcomers play up to their hype.

#44: West Virginia Mountaineers

Will Bob Huggins be able to work his magic at WVU for the second season in a row?

#45: Siena Saints

The Saints return just about everyone from last year's impresive 23-win team.

#46: Ole Miss Rebels

Sophomore Chris Warren is the leader of a solid three-guard attack.

#47: UAB Blazers

High-scoring guard Robert Vaden (21 ppg) returns to lead the Blazers.

#48: VCU Rams

Senior leader Eric Maynor hopes to punctuate his great career with another tourney trip.

#49: Oklahoma State Cowboys

With Sean Sutton out the door, it might be addition by subtraction.

#50: LSU Tigers

A healthy Tasmin Mitchell could lead LSU back to the NCAA Tournament.

#51: New Mexico Lobos

Despite the graduation of JR Giddens, New Mexico should be competitive in the MWC.

#52: Minnesota Gophers

Tubby's roster lacks the interior strength to make an NCAA Tournament run.

#53: Cleveland State Vikings

Cedric Jackson and J'Nathan Bullock are two of the top players in the Horizon League.

#54; Missouri Tigers

Despite some unsettling off the court issues and player losses, Missouri has talent.

#55: San Diego State

The Aztecs are now one of the most experienced teams in the MWC & the country.

#56: Drake Bulldogs

Josh Young and crew are back to prove that last year wasn't just a fluke.

#57: UMASS Minutemen

Ricky Harris and Chris Lowe form one of the best backcourts in the Northeast.

#58: Oregon Ducks

The lack of experience could make this another one of Ernie Kent's underachieving teams.

#59: Nevada Wolf Pack

Another WAC title is in the works if Nevada's young talent can live up to expectations.

#60: Wright State Raiders

The Raiders will battle Cleveland State for the Horizon League title.

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