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This season, the college game can be summed up in one word…parity. Before their loss to Florida State, Duke may have been the unanimous #1 team by the voters, but there are plenty of other teams that could be cutting down the nets in Houston, Texas on April 4th. With the beginning of conference play just getting under way, here is look at things at the mid-season mark.
Monday January 10th
Conference play has begun, but the top of our Power 16 remains unchanged. Ohio State survived a couple of close Big Ten contests, while Kansas escaped in OT at Michigan to remain unbeaten. BYU’s huge win at UNLV gives the Mountain West two top-10 teams, while Notre Dame’s two big conference wins gives the Big East five Power 16 teams. Onto the rankings:
One of the top freshmen in the nation, Tennessee's Tobias Harris is a potential one and done candidate and is currently projected as a mid-first round pick for the 2011 draft. Harris is averaging 15.1 ppg and 7.1 rpg.
NBADraft.net: Your father Torrel was George Gervin’s agent. How did your father’s involvement with the NBA influence your basketball career?
By Davide Bortoluzzi / Draftology
Amedeo Della Valle is one of the most talented European prospects of his generation, and with Alessandro Gentile he'll probably be the future of Italian national team. He's now in his senior year at Findlay prep., but next year he'll be playing for a national college basketball powerhouse, with high chances to play the hoop summit.
2011 is here and the conference season is upon us. No more cupcake filler home games, it’s time to separate the contenders from pretenders. As we enter the New Year, Duke, Ohio State and Kansas retain their hold on the top three spots, but how long can they remain unbeaten? Last week’s number six slot belonged to Georgetown, but one week later they find themselves 1-2 in the Big East and out of the Power 16. That could be a familiar story as the grind of conference play begins. Onto the first Power 16 of 2011:
Monday December 3rd