Monthly Archives: December 2018

SEC Champion based off non-conference wins

SEC in-conference games begin in a week and there is A LOT to play for. The SEC has FOUR ranked teams and 10 of 14 teams are a 3-loss team or better. If there was no conference play, the question is, who wins the SEC? Here are your contenders: #3 Tennessee Volunteers: 11-1            Key Wins:

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Restructuring the Big East

The non-conference season is basically over and over the past month we have learned a great deal about each team. Teams have shown if they could be legitimate contenders for a national championship, they have shown that they could make a run in the NCAA tournament, that they most likely won’t be a threat, and the few teams who still

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Who Will Win the ACC?

College basketballs premier conference begins league play on New Year’s Day, when Virginia Tech hosts Notre Dame to begin the ACC season. Overall, the conference had an impressive non conference resume, with an overall record of 142-40, which is a .730 win percentage. The ACC tied the B1G in its annual challenge, won tournaments such as the Battle 4 Atlantis

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Who will win the Big Ten in 2019?

The Big Ten has been this years most impressive conference. After having only four teams earn bids to last years big dance, this year’s field could easily include 9 to 10 Big Ten teams. Last year, the Big Ten began playing its’ conference games in December, with each team playing two Big Ten games before the new year. Here are

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Matty Brackets – Christmas Edition (12/25/18)

Bethlehem (East): Michigan (12-0) Gonzaga (11-2) Auburn (10-2) Kentucky (9-2) Virginia Tech (10-1) Buffalo (11-1) Nebraska (10-2) Arizona State (9-2) Iowa State (10-2) Providence (10-3) Butler (9-3) Furman (12-1) Penn (10-2) Charleston (11-2) Northern Kentucky (10-3) Lehigh (7-3) / Niagara (6-5) North Pole (South): Duke (11-1) Michigan State (10-2) Florida State (11-1) Marquette (10-2) North Carolina State (11-1) TCU (10-1)

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