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Early season tournament predictions and players to look out for

Starting on Thursday, there are some great early season college basketball tournaments. I’m going to give readers my predictions and what players fans should look out for. Myrtle Beach Invitational I believe the favorite, Villanova, will win this tournament. However, Baylor or Mississippi State could definitely win this tournament as well. Villanova shouldn’t have any problems in the first round

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Scouting Villanova

Projected Starting Lineup: PG: Collin Gilespie SG: Justin Moore SF: Saddiq Bey PF: Jeremiah Robinson-Earl C: Jermaine Samuels Key Additions: Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Bryan Antoine, Justin Moore, Eric Dixon, Chris Arcidiacano Key Losses:  Jahvon Quinerly, Eric Paschall, Phil Booth, Joe Cremo Projected Ceiling:  29-8, Big East Regular Season and Tournament Champions, Elite Eight Projected Floor: 20-11, Second Round Exit Make or

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CBB Review Too Early Top 25 (June 2019)

Team (Total Votes) (First Place Votes) Michigan State (197) (6) Kentucky (182) (1) Duke (181) (1) Kansas (159) Maryland (156) Louisville (154) North Carolina (143) Villanova (138) Virginia (132) Memphis (124) Gonzaga (121) Texas Tech (110) Seton Hall (108) Ohio State (77) Arizona (73) LSU (59) Baylor (52) Purdue (44) Utah State (41) Michigan (39) Washington (39) Auburn (38) Tennessee (34) Florida (31) Iowa

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Villanova Threepeats as Big East Tournament Champs

New York, New York. Madison Square Garden. Basketball’s most famous arena. The Big East Finals between the Villanova Wildcats and Seton Hall Pirates. Villanova is searching for their fourth Big East tournament title in the last five years and their third straight while Seton Hall looks to get back on top of the Big East for their first tournament title

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Predicting the Big East Tournament

It has been a season of unpredictability in the Big East and much of that looks to remain the same moving forward into the Big East Tournament. The Big East looked like an unfiltered MMA brawl throughout the year and nothing is going to stop that moving forward. The Big East finished as the only conference in the NCAA with

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