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#41: Creighton Bluejays

Creighton has the MVC's best overall talent, but a lack of size may hinder their league title push.

 

#42: Arizona State Sun Devils

Lose a pair of studs in Harden & Pendergraph but have the coach and system in place to keep pace in a weak Pac-10.

 

#42: BYU Cougars

Lose Lee Cummard, but still return the likes of Fredette and Tavernari (combined 32 ppg).

 

#44: Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Despite losing Teague & Johnson, Wake Forest is still one of the deepest teams in the ACC.

 

#45: Seton Hall Pirates

Quality transfers give Pirates fans hopes they'll make the postseason for the first time since 2006.

 

#46: Nevada Wolfpack

Luke Babbitt and Armon Johnson form the WAC's best inside-outside duo, but depth may be lacking.

 

#47: Vanderbilt Commodores

With impressive guards along with AJ Ogilvy, the only thing holding back Vandy from a monster year is the loaded SEC.

 

#48: Old Dominion Monarchs

The CAA favorites return all the important pieces from a team that won 25 games last year.

 

#49: Missouri Tigers

Was last year just an aberration or has Mike Anderson really turned around Mizzou?.

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#50: Cincinnati Bearcats

The pieces are in place for Cincy to make their first legit push at an NCAA bid since 2005.

 

#51: Utah State Aggies

Utah State should contend for 25+ wins and a WAC title like usual, but an NIT trip might be in the cards.

 

#52: Florida State Seminoles

FSU's roster is full of good athletes with natural talent, but can they overcome the loss of Toney Douglas?.

 

#53: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

Expect another Sun Belt title from this experienced and deep squad.

 

#54: Penn State Nittany Lions

Talor Battle (17 ppg) returns as one of the Big Ten's stars, but is there enough help around him?

 

#55: La Salle Explorers

An improving & explosive team is still a step behind the Atlantic 10's elite.

 

#56: Arizona Wildcats

Arizona's lengthy NCAA streak will probably come to an end, but there's enough talent left to give fans hope.

 

#57: Wright State Raiders

A solid defensive squad that returns a key player who missed last year due to injury.

 

#58: Baylor Bears

Will the addition of Michigan transfer Ekpo help turn frontcourt weakness into a strength?

 

#59: Northern Iowa Panthers

Last year's surprise MVC champs won't sneak up on anybody this time around.

 

#60: Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Luke Harangody (22 ppg) returns, but a pair of transfers may well be the key to ND's tourney hopes.

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