Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Bracketology

Joe Lunardi from ESPN.com has his latest Bracketology column out, and Craig and Chris also have predicted the teams they feel will be in tourney over at Bracketology 101. Check out these links to compare their predictions with mine.

Will Savannah State lose every game they play this season? Their record stands today at 0-24. They have four remaining games left in their season, and if they lose them all they will only become the 2nd time in the last 50 years to lose all their games.

Pat Forde from ESPN does a conference midterm article and looks at the teams that are undefeated so far in conference play.

Top 100 prospects in college basketball, and where they are committed to attending school next year.

The Chainsaw tells you all you ever wanted to know about his undefeated teammates.

Attitude has been very important to Villanova's sucess this year.

Midsesason MVP's in the major conferences by Seth Davis.

Matt


3 Comments:

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