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Ranking the Big Ten Head Coaches

The Big Ten is considered one of the best conferences, if not the best year after year. The quality of players they sign season after season and the high level of play is impeccable. The coaches in the Big Ten often don’t get the credit they deserve. The Big Ten has one of the most inexperienced head coaches in the

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Five Most Passionate Fan Bases in College Basketball

Behind every great college basketball program is a great fan base. What makes college sports so special, especially hoops, is the support the teams receive from students, alumni, and fans around the country. Home court is pivotal in college basketball, and creates an advantage unlike any other in sports due to the passion each fan base brings to games. With

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Who Is the Top Coach of This Decade?

I took the 9 most well respected and known coaches this decade and looked at their individual and team success. Read below to see how the nine rank from the ninth-best coach this decade to the top. 9) Jim Boeheim- Syracuse Pros: 1x Coach of the Year, 17 Tournament Wins, 2x Final Four Cons: 1 Regular-Season Champion, 0x Conference Champion, 252

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Scouting Michigan State

National Championship or bust. A common narrative surrounding the Michigan State basketball program heading into the 2019-20 season. Ranked by many as the consensus preseason number one team, the Spartans have all the tools to make another deep run in March. Despite losing key contributors in Matt McQuaid, Nick Ward and Kenny Goins from last years Final Four squad, Coach

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The Greatest Players in Big Ten History

When thinking about some of the greatest of all time in college basketball, it is easy to think of players who came out of the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big East and even some out of the Southeastern Conference.  One conference that should not be overlooked for basketball greatness is the Big 10 Conference. Known for its greatness in football and

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