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#61: Richmond Spiders

Despite not getting any attention, Richmond should be a lock for another 20-win season.

 

#62: Utah Utes

Utah returns 3 starters from last year's 24-win team, but most of their offensive fire-power.

 

#63: LSU Tigers

A healthy Tasmin Mitchell has the potential to score 20 ppg and keep LSU afloat despite some name losses.

 

#64: Virginia Tech Hokies

VT has come close to the NCAA Tournament the past two years but hasn't been able to get over the edge.

 

#65: Niagara Purple Aces

After winning 26 games last year, Niagara should once again push Siena for the MAAC crown.

 

#66: George Mason Patriots

GMU will rely heavily on newcomers and underclassmen, but never count out Larranaga's boys in CAA play.

 

#67: Syracuse Orange

How will Syracuse replace Flynn, Harris, and Devendorf? They won't.

 

#68: Akron Zips

Akron is in line for a 5th straight 20-win season and a potential MAC championship.

 

#69: Duquesne Dukes

Star G Aaron Jackson departs after helping turnaround the program. Will the Dukes regress without him?

 

#70: Miami Hurricanes

Miami loses 3 starters including star Jack McClinton, but has enough talent to stay afloat in the ACC.

 

#71: Northwestern Wildcats

Northwestern made strides last year, but may fall short once again of an elusive NCAA Tournament bid.

 

#72: Bradley Braves

A perimeter-oriented team needs its frontcourt players to step up.

 

#73: Arkansas Razorbacks

Will this year's squad play like last year's non-conference cinderella story, or last year's SEC dud.

 

#74: St. John's Red Storm

The Johnnies continue to make slow strides under Norm Roberts, but will the progress satisfy fans?

 

#75: New Mexico St Aggies

Jahmar Young and Jonathan Gibson form one of the best duos in the WAC.

 

#76: Illinois State Redbirds

The return of Osiris Eldridge gives ISU a chance to finally get over the hump into the NCAAs.

 

#77: Iowa State Cyclones

Craig Brackins (20 ppg) is a bona fide star but the Cyclones need more offensive production from their guards.

 

#78: Virginia Cavaliers

New coach Tony Bennett inherits an emerging roster led by star SG Sylven Landesberg (17 ppg).

 

#79: Auburn Tigers

Despite winning 24 games, Auburn didn't make the Big Dance. A similar fate may await in 2010.

 

#80: UTEP Miners

Replacing Stefon Jackson won't be easy, but UTEP will still be a dangerous squad in CUSA play.

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