Archive - Nov 2011
With all of the conference realignment swirling around the Big 12 for the better part of the past year, it's finally time to start the 2011 college basketball season. With Nebraska now playing in the Big Ten, and Colorado now spending its away games along the West Coast, the conference is now down to 10 teams, with each one playing a brutal 18 game round-robin schedule. This will give the Big 12 a true champion, along with putting it's best teams through a gauntlet that should make them primed for NCAA Tournament action.
Terrence Ross, 6’7 SG, Washington
As a prospect, Ross has excellent range along with NBA size and athleticism. Though not necessarily a go-to weapon, he will have a chance to become that in his sophomore season. His ability to connect from downtown and slash off the ball make him the perfect candidate to play the two at the next level.
With the NBA season in limbo, basketball fans should rejoice in the thought that this could be one of the best college basketball seasons in years. Monday signals the first day of the NCAA season. Here is NBADraft.net's Preseason top 25 teams, provided by hoops guru Frank Burlison.
1. OHIO STATE