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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 61 to 80

#61: San Diego Toreros

Can USD return to the NCAA Tournament, or was last year just a fluke?

#62: Charlotte 49ers

The 49ers return a lot of experience, but can they make do without Leemire Goldwire (19 ppg)?

#63: Texas A&M Aggies

The solid backcourt of Donald Sloan and Josh Carter leads the Aggies.

#64: Bradley Braves

Junior scorer Andrew Warren (13 ppg) is now the Braves leader.

#65: Butler Bulldogs

Sophomore Matt Howard is the lone big name player back from last year's 30 win team.

#66: Illinois Fighting Illini

After a 5-13 Big Ten season, things simply have to improve.. right?

#67: Maryland Terrapins

Vasquez and Hayes form a solid backcourt, but who will Gary Williams rely on up front?

#68: Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Jeremy Wise (18 ppg) leads a guard-happy team that tends to lose its focus.

#69: Northeastern Huskies

Matt Janning (16 ppg) hopes to lead the improved Huskies to CAA success.

#70: Richmond Spiders

A late injury to Dan Geriot hurts Richmond's chances of making serious noise in the A10.

#71: Texas Tech Red Raiders

Pat Knight has a full season to show his stuff, but will have to do it without Martin Zeno.

#72: Michigan Wolverines

John Beilein can only expect improvement in his second season at the helm.

#73: Miami RedHawks

Sharpshooter Michael Bramos (16 ppg) needs to improve his consistency.

#74: Vanderbilt Commodores

Vandy will try to return to the postseason without long-range threat Shan Foster

#75: UTEP Miners

Senior guard Stefon Jackson (24 ppg) returns to lead the Miners.

#76: Washington State Cougars

Can WSU continue to thrive despite the graduations of Kyle Weaver and Derrick Low?

#77: New Mexico State Aggies

NMSU loses a lot of big names like Hawkins, Pope, and Passos, but could still be competitive in the WAC.

#78: Florida State Seminoles

A healthy Toney Douglas (15 ppg) gives FSU a shot at making the Big Dance.

#79: South Alabama Jaguars

It will be impossible for USA to match last season's win total now that Merritt and Bennett have graduated.

#80: South Carolina Gamecocks

The top six scorers return including guard Devan Downey (18.4 ppg).

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