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CBB REVIEW RANK 2020-21: TEAMS 35-31

CBB Rank

We’re ringing in the college basketball season with a ranking of the top 100 teams heading into 2020! Follow CBB Review Rank all month long. Make sure to tweet about CBB Review Rank using #CBBRank with comments, suggestions, and more. We’ll be posting all month long, ending with the top projected team in the country! Check out CBB Review’s Top

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Top Five Assistants in College Basketball

Behind every successful college team is a well rounded coaching staff. The head coach receives most of the credit for the team’s success, however, he has assistants to help with in-game adjustments, strategy, and recruiting.   Many assistants go unnoticed until they step out from the shadow of the head coach and become a head coach for themselves. However, many

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Each Power Conferences’ Sleeper Team in 2020-21

Last season I compiled a list on each power conferences’ sleeper team to watch. It still stings being unable to see this year’s tournament unfold, but only adds to the anticipation of the madness that will occur next March. Without further ado, here are each power conferences’ sleeper team in 2020-21. Big Ten- Indiana 2019-20 Record: 20-12 (9-11) 2020-21 Tournament

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The Emergence of the PAC-12

As of November 30… Current Standings within the PAC-12:  #21 Colorado Buffaloes (5-0) #14 Arizona Wildcats (8-0) Stanford Cardinals (7-1) (68-67 Loss to Butler) Oregon State Beavers (6-1) (Loss to Oklahoma) #23 Washington Huskies (5-1) (Loss to Tennessee) #11 Oregon (6-2) (Losses to #8 Gonzaga and #6 UNC) USC Trojans (6-2) (Losses to Temple and Marquette) California Golden Bears (5-2)

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NCAA Starts Progress for Student-Athletes

The NCAA’s board of governors met in Atlanta and the biggest question on the agenda was student-athletes being able to use their name, image, and likeness. The NCAA has recognized that times are changing and that they need to adapt to the changing society but until this point has been very lethargic when making changes. In a unanimous decision by

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