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February 15th, 2014


Player of the Week

Jamil Wilson

February 13th

Block Party

Player of the Week

Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State

February 12th

Path of Destruction

Player of the Week

Melvin Ejim - Iowa State

February 11th

Shaq of the AAC

Player of the Week

Shaq Goodwin, Memphis

Shaq GoodwinShaq GoodwinGoodwin didn’t put up huge scoring numbers this week, but he put in some quality minutes as his team got two big wins. He scored 13 points and grabbed 6 boards in a 32-point rout of Rutgers, then recorded 10 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 blocks against Gonzaga. Goodwin shot 8-15 in those two games.

February 10th

Captain Controlled Chaos

Player of the Week

Terran Petteway, Nebraska

February 9th

Ringing the Bell

Player of the Week

February 6th

Big Shot Cobbs

Player of the Week

Justin Cobbs, California

Justin CobbsJustin CobbsCobbs’ sense of urgency in big games was on display in the Golden Bears victory over #1 ranked Arizona. Time and time again throughout the game he came up with big plays on both ends of the floor when the team needed him most. He’s a playmaker late in the game every time he’s on floor, especially in crunch time when someone needs to step up and take a game winning shot.

February 5th

Orange Crushing

Player of the Week

Trevor CooneyTrevor CooneyTrevor Cooney, Syracuse

February 4th

Juwan Some?

Player of the Week

Juwan Staten - West Virginia

Juwan StatenJuwan StatenJuwan Staten lead West Virginia to two key conference victories this week against two teams once ranked in the top 25. Staten posted a pair of excellent games including a 35 point outing against K-State on Saturday, and a near double double against Baylor, January 28th.

February 3rd

Mid-Major Plus Midseason Report

We are at the halfway point of the college basketball season, with conference play well underway. Every year, there are a few "Cinderella" teams from outside of the major conferences that show they can play at a very high level. It is also common knowledge that hidden in these "Mid-Major" or "Low-Major" conferences are some talented players who will one day be factors at the next level. Here is a list of some teams that could make some noise in March, along with highlighting some of the standout players from these conferences.