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#121: Santa Clara Broncos

The young Broncos may be happy to tread water for a season following the graduation of star John Bryant.


#122: Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers

The NEC favorites are led by underrated 5-9 PG Jeremy Goode (14.9 ppg).


#123: Iowa Hawkeyes

A lack of depth may hinder Iowa's ability to make a run at the postseason.


#124: Radford Highlanders

Senior Artsiom Parakhouski is a double-double machine while Joey Lynch-Flohr is no slouch up front either.


#125: James Madison Dukes

A trio of sophomores gives JMU hope for a string of postseason bids.


#126: Charlotte 49ers

After a highly inconsistent season, Charlotte hopes to find a mix capable of winning on the road.


#127: IUPUI Jaguars

After going 9-9 in Summit play, Ron Hunter's squad should be back in the conference title race.


#128: Bowling Green Falcons

Louis Orr loses the core of last year's surprise MAC regular season champs, but all is not lost.


#129: Wyoming Cowboys

Sophomore Afam Muojeke will be asked to shoulder the load now that Brandon Ewing has graduated.


#130: Texas Tech Red Raiders

The Raiders finished the season strong, but another 3-13 Big 12 record and Pat Knight will be shown the door.


#131: Holy Cross Crusaders

Will Sean Kearney continue the great run of Patriot League success started by former coach Ralph Willard?


#132: Murray St Racers

If the Racers can find a way to make their offense click, another OVC crown could be in the works.


#133: Vermont Catamounts

Marqus Blakely is the forward in the America East, but can UVM make a deep run without Mike Trimboli?


#134: Rhode Island Rams

After a solid 23 win, NIT season, URI will take a step back following the graduations of Baron & Seawright.


#135: Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders

Stan Heath has the program moving in the right direction, but even .500 in conference play seems impossible.


#136: UC Santa Barbara Gauchos

Stan Heath has the program moving in the right direction, but even .500 in conference play seems impossible.


#137: Indiana St Sycamores

A strong 6-1 finish to the season has fans hopeful for a turnaround in 2009-10.


#138: Wofford Terriers

An early loss in the SoCon tournament overshadowed what was an otherwise solid season.


#139: South Florida Bulls

Stan Heath has the program moving in the right direction, but even .500 in conference play seems impossible.


#140: Middle Tennessee St Blue Raiders

Star forward Desmond Yates could be a rare 20 ppg scorer in the Sun Belt.


#141: Washington St Cougars

Losing the likes of Baynes & Rochestie, the Cougars need Klay Thompson to take the next step towards stardom.


#142: South Carolina St Bulldogs

After a somewhat disappointing season, the Bulldogs should stll be one of the MEAC contenders.


#143: Fairfield Stags

If the guards step up, the Stags could make some noise in the talented MAAC.


#144: Jackson State Tigers

A game away from the tourney last year, our SWAC favorites will be dancing in 2010.

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