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What Can The Uber-Talented Kentucky Wildcats Achieve In 2013-14?

What Can The Uber-Talented Kentucky Wildcats Achieve In 2013-14?

The Kentucky Wildcats once again start a college basketball season with the top recruiting class in the country. They once again start a season probably as the favorites to win a National Championship. However, as John Calipari enters his fourth season on Kentucky’s head coach, another extremely talented, but extremely young Wildcats’ roster will know

Top Ten NCAA Tournament Upsets

Upsets are why we love the NCAA Tournament. We watch games we probably wouldn’t watch if they happened in December hoping the little guy can pull off a big one. Of course, not too many of them happen in the mismatches in November and December because the Goliaths of college basketball play the Davids on

Connecticut Huskies in 2014: They Will Be Back

The Connecticut Huskies season ended last yer before it ever got started. They were told before the season there would be no postseason due to the poor academics of their predecessors. So in the final season of the Big East, a conference the Huskies were so much a part of their success, UConn was just

Is Bill Self Giving Calipari Some Competition in Recruiting Game?

Andrew Wiggins is going to be playing or the Kansas Jayhawks next season. This changes everything. Wiggins has been called the best prospect to come out of high school in 10 years, since Lebron James came out. Most had Wiggins going either to the Florida State Seminoles or the Kentucky Wildcats. Had he picked Kentucky,

What Are the Biggest Coaching Blunders in College Basketball History

We have seen some head scratching moments in college basketball this past season. But, this is nothing that unusual. College basketball is full of “what was he thinking” type moments. From Bob Knight…oh well, just pick one…to Jim Boeheim melting down at a a press conference, to Billy Gillispie being Billy Gillispie, we have seen

Who Becomes College Basketball’s Top Point Guard for 2013-14?

College basketball’s best point guard in 2013 will not be Shane Larkin or Trey Burke because they are off to the NBA. So who does that leave? How about Andrew Harrison of Kentucky? But wait a minute, this guy hasn’t played a minute of college ball. Well, he is in the top five of rivals

Can Miami Continue Winning Ways After Losing Seniors, Shane Larkin?

The Miami Hurricanes enjoyed one of their finest seasons in program history this past year with an ACC regular season championship, an ACC Tournament championship and a Sweet Sixteen appearance. They had blowout wins over the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Duke Blue Devils. They beat their arch rivals, the Florida State Seminoles twice.

Is the ACC Going to Be the Best Basketball Conference Ever?

With conference re-alignment not close to being done yet, the ACC gets three new additions from the Big East this coming season in the Pittsburgh Panthers, Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Syracuse Orange. They will still have the Maryland Terrapins for one more year, but after that they get replaced by the Louisville Cardinals. So

Can the Louisville Cardinals Repeat in 2014?

The last team to repeat as college basketball champions was the 2007 Florida Gators. That team got back all of its starting five (the first team ever to win back to back titles with the same starting five). The last team prior to that to repeat was the 1992 Duke Blue Devils. So repeating is

Tracking the Florida Gators 2004 Class in the NBA Playoffs

The Florida Gators were the last team to win back to back NCAA Tournaments in 2006 and 2007. There were three NBA lottery picks from that team, Al Horford, Joakim Noah and Corey Brewer. All three of those players were part of the 2004 signing class along with Taurean Green. They were all roommates during

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