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#81: Marquette Golden Eagles

Despite some big name losses, Lazar Hayward (16 ppg) returns along with some quality freshmen.


#82: Buffalo Bulls

An experienced team that won 21 games tries to offset the loss of solid PG Greg Gamble.


#83: VCU Rams

Eric Maynor has moved on to the NBA, but junior Larry Sanders might be the best pro prospect in the mid-majors.


#84: Rider Broncs

Ryan Thompson (18 ppg) is just one of many capable scorers on this MAAC contender.


#85: UNLV Runnin' Rebels

A weak finish cost UNLV a shot at the big dance, but this year's squad might be happy just to make the NIT.


#86: Oregon Ducks

After a disastrous season, things can only improve for Oregon.. right?


#87: UWM Panthers

After some rebuilding years, UWM should once again be a player in the Horizon League race.


#88: Portland Pilots

TJ Campbell and Nik Raivio partner to form one of the best backcourts on the west coast.


#89: Oregon State Beavers

Craig Robinson and co. are out to prove that last year's 18-win season was no fluke.


#90: New Mexico Lobos

UNM should regress following a solid 22-win season, but should still be competitive in the MWC.


#91: St Louis Billikens

SLU loses its top 2 scorers, but Rick Majerus is bringing in another solid freshman class.


#92: Cornell Big Red

Ryan Wittman and Louis Dale might be the two best players in the Ivy League.


#93: Boston College Eagles

Despite losing star Tyrese Rice, the Eagles have a surprisingly solid starting five led by Rakim Sanders and Joe Trapani.


#94: Wichita State Shockers

Gregg Marshall's 2nd season was substantially better then his first, but an NCAA trip might have to wait until year four.


#95: St. Joseph's Hawks

The loss of Ahmad Nivins (19 ppg) is big, but you can always count on Phil Martelli to figure something out.


#96: Alabama Crimson Tide

While the likes of Steele & Gee depart, Anthony Grant inherits a squad with some emerging young talent.


#97: Charleston Cougars

With Stephen Curry out of the picture, Charleston jumps ahead of the Southern Conference race.


#98: Providence Friars

Keno Davis will be hard-pressed to improve on last year's NIT trip considering all the departures.


#99: North Texas Mean Green

UNT returns 6 players who started at least 11 games for last year's 20-win squad.


#100: Houston Cougars

Tom Pender always manages to push his teams towards the 20-win mark.

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