COLLEGE BASKETBALL    NBA DRAFT  NCAA TOURNAMENT  RECRUITING MESSAGE BOARD  |  PREVIEW  |  COLLEGE FOOTBALL

college basketball

 

 

 TEAMS  |  ARTICLES   TV SCHEDULE CHN TOP 50 TOP 100 PLAYERS POLLS | LOGOS MOCK DRAFT | BRACKET | SEARCH

 

college basketball tickets

 ▪ College Basketball Tickets - 200% Guarantee

 ▪ Get Your Final Four Tickets Here!

 

 
 

 

NAVIGATION

NBA Draft

Recruiting

Logos & Mascots

Marketplace

Message Board

Coaching

Fantasy Basketball

Basketball History

CHN INFORMATION

 ▪ About CHN

 ▪ Write for CHN

 ▪ Advertising

 ▪ Links

Site Map

Teams List

VISIT OUR SPONSOR

  LAST 10 COLLEGE BASKETBALL STORIES

 

 
 

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 81 to 100

#81: Saint Louis Billikens

Fans expect bigger things in the second season of the Rick Majerus era.

#82: Illinois State Redbirds

It will be hard for tim Jankovich to improve on last year's NIT season.

#83: Old Dominion Monarchs

ODU should be a player in the CAA, but the backcourt experience is lacking.

#84: Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks

Six of the SFA's top scorers return from a shocking 26-6 team that knocked off Oklahoma and USD.

#85: Nebraska Corhuskers

Does Nebraska have enough frontcourt talent to make a postseason run?

#86: American Eagles

The Patriot League's top backcourt returns, hoping to make back to back NCAA Tournaments.

#87: Valparaiso Crusaders

Some tough offseason losses hurt Valpo's chances of making a Horizon League run.

#88: Utah Utes

Aussie senior Luke Nevill (15 ppg) needs to step up in final season.

#89: Cornell Big Red

Junior's Ryan Wittman and Louis Dale return to lead the Ivy League favorites.

#90: Boston College Eagles

Tyrese Rice (21 ppg) needs a second go-to player to emerge.

#91: St. Joseph's Hawks

Without Pat Calathes, it is now big man Ahmad Nivin's (14 ppg) team.

#92: Penn State Nittany Lions

PSU should contend for an NIT bid despite the graduation of Geary Claxton.

#93: Providence Friars

Is Keno Davis the man to take PC to the heights that Tim Welsh couldn't?

#94: Stanford Cardinal

With the Lopez twins playing in the NBA, 28 wins will seem like a distant memory.

#95: Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders

Everyone important returns from last year's team including leading scorer Desmond Yates.

#96: Mississippi State Bulldogs

The losses of Jamont Gordon, Charles Rhodes, and Ben Hansbrough will be hard to overcome.

#95: Western Michigan Broncos

The MAC West favorite will still have to get by the Eastern powers.

#98: Kansas State Wildcats

Without Bill Walker and Michael Beasley, Frank Martin's job is no longer easy.

#99: Pacific Tigers

Once the heavy Big West favorites, it hasn't been a great off-season for Pacific.

#100: Seton Hall Pirates

While Eugene Harvey is steady at the point, there's too many questions for SHU to make a Big East run.

Complete 336 Team National Ranking
Coming soon..
Discuss the Top 336 on the Message Board

 

Teams #61 to 80 << Complete Ranking >> Teams #101 to 120

2008 College Football Preview

CHN's Top 40 Preview of the 07-08 college football season

College Basketball Fan Shop

click to view

 

 

   

 

 


Collegehoops.net: Homepage | Media Kit | Write for CHN | Site Map | Privacy Policy