Posted on: February 2, 2009 6:45 pm
 

Top 25 Through games of 02/01/09

1.  Oklahoma

2.  Connecticut

3.  Duke

4.  North Carolina

5.  Louisville

6.  Pittsburgh

7.  Clemson

8.  Michigan State

9.  Wake Forest

10. Marquette

11. Xavier

12. Butler

13. Purdue

14. Memphis

15. UCLA

16. Villanova

17. Gonzaga

18. Illinois

19. Kansas

20. Minnesota

21. Washington

22. Texas

23. Davidson

24. Missouri

25. Florida

Category: NCAAB
Posted on: November 6, 2008 5:43 pm
 

Preseason Top 25

I have posted my conference predictions for select conferences in the preview articles.  Here is my preseason top 25 for the upcoming season:

1.  North Carolina
2.  Connecticut
3.  Duke
4.  Louisville
5.  UCLA
6.  Purdue
7.  Notre Dame
8.  Pittsburgh
9.  Gonzaga
10. Tennessee
11. Georgetown
12. Villanova
13. Ohio State
14. Oklahoma
15. Marquette
16. Michigan State
17. Memphis
18. Texas
19. Arizona State
20. Virginia Tech
21. Wisconsin
22. Kansas
23. Vanderbilt
24. Davidson
25. Baylor
Posted on: March 11, 2008 9:47 am
 

Bracketology through 3/10/2008

1. North Carolina, Memphis, Ucla, KANSAS

2. Tennessee, duke, Wisconsin, Texas

3. Georgetown, Louisville, Xavier, Stanford

4. DRAKE, Washington State, Connecticut, NOTRE DAME

5. michigan state, marquette, BUTLER, Indiana

6. GONZAGA, clemson, Purdue, WEST VIRGINIA

7. Usc, vanderbilt, DAVIDSON, Brigham Young

8. pittsburgh, OKLAHOMA, TEXAS A&M, Mississippi State

9. baylor, Kansas State, Miami (FL), SYRACUSE

10. OREGON, st. mary's, New Mexico, Illinois State

11. Kent State, OHIO STATE, arkansas, South Alabama

12. Massachusetts, arizona state, unlv, Western Kentucky

13. Oral Roberts, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, GEORGE MASON, UCSB

14. Cornell, SIENA, WINTHROP, SAN DIEGO

15. Belmont, Portland State, boise state, Umbc

16. Austin Peay, American, Morgan State

Play In: SACRED HEART vs. Alabama State

NOTE: ALL CAPS indicates team has moved up, all lower case indicates team has moved down, Combination means team has stayed even.

Last 4 in: UNLV, Arizona State, Massachusetts, South Alabama

Last 4 out: Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Dayton, Florida

Next 4 out: Creighton, UAB, Maryland, Virginia Commonwealth

New Additions: Syracuse, Oregon, Stephen F. Austin, George Mason, UC Santa Barbara, Siena, Winthrop, San Diego, Sacred Heart

Deletions: Florida, Maryland, Alabama Birmingham, Virginia Commonwealth, Robert Morris, Rider, Cal State Northridge, Lamar, North Carolina Asheville

Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 4, 2008 2:11 am
 

Bracketology through games of 3/2/2008

1. North Carolina, Memphis, UCLA, Duke

2. Tennessee, Kansas, Texas, Wisconsin

3. Georgetown, Xavier, Louisville, Stanford

4. Connecticut, Marquette, Washington State, Michigan State

5. Indiana, Notre Dame, Clemson, Drake

6. Butler, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Pittsburgh

7. BYU, Gonzaga, West Virginia, USC

8. Mississippi State, Baylor, Davidson, St. Mary's

9. Texas A&M, Miami(FL), Kansas State, Arkansas

10. Oklahoma, Illinois State, UNLV, New Mexico

11. South Alabama, Arizona State, Kent State, Florida

12. VCU, Massachusetts, Maryland, Western Kentucky

13. Ohio State, UAB, Oral Roberts, Cornell

14. Robert Morris, Boise State, Rider, CS Northridge

15. Portland State, Belmont, UMBC, Lamar

16. Austin Peay, American, Morgan State

Play In Game: North Carolina Asheville vs. Alabama State

Last 4 In: UAB, Ohio State, Western Kentucky, Maryland

Last 4 Out: Creighton, Southern Illinois, Virginia Tech, Kentucky

Next 4 Out: Oklahoma State, Houston, Minnesota, St. Joseph's

By Conference

7: Big East

6: Big 12

5: ACC, Big Ten, Pac-10, SEC

3: Mountain West

2: Atlantic 10, Conference USA, Missouri Valley, Sun Belt, West Coast

1: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Ivy League, MAAC, Mid-American, MEAC, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot League, Southland, Southern, Summit League, SWAC, WAC

NOTE: I have not given any consideration to teams with a losing record in conference play. As a result, this bracketology could fluctuate significantly between now and next week.

Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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