#6 Cincinnati vs. #11 Kansas State
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Cincinnati Bearcats 29-5 (16-2)
Player to Watch: F Gary Clark
The six foot, eight inch Clark has been a staple for the Bearcats his entire career. A former conference defensive player of the year (15-16), Clark is a shot blocking expert who
Yesterday evening, Chipola Junior College center Eric Cobb committed to Kevin Ollie and the Huskies. The 6 foot, 10 inch Cobb will have two years of eligibility remaining when he suits up for UConn next November.
The former South Carolina Gamecock averaged 11 points and 8 boards a game this past
The Mustangs have been one of the surprise teams to enter and stay in the top 25 of college basketball this year, after having their season start with tough losses to unranked Michigan, USC, and Boise State. Since then they have gone on two separate 10 game winning streaks and
Cincinnati has quietly had one of the best records in college basketball all year, with very few bad losses and three wins against ranked opponents. They have been a very consistent team, and will be making their seventh straight tournament appearance. The Bearcats haven’t won it all in over 50
At-Large Bid Breakdown
By: Jonathon Warriner
Lock- There is no possible chance this team misses the NCAA Tournament
In Good shape- Not a lock but they are safely off the bubble for now
On the Bubble- These teams may be projected as in or out, but they are clearly in danger of missing the
Jalen Adams takes the Huskies (10-11) to a hostile environment for a matchup with the Bearcats (20-2), one of the hottest teams in the nation.
Since the destruction of the old Big East, Cincinnati is the closest thing UConn fans have to a conference rival. In recent years, it’s appeared
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1 Villanova vs 16 NC Central/Fairleigh Dickinson
8 Virginia Tech vs 9 TCU
5 Wisconsin vs 12 Nevada
4 Louisville vs 13 Valparaiso
6 Maryland vs 11 UNC-Wilmington
3 Creighton vs 14 Belmont
7 SMU vs 10 Texas Tech
2 Kentucky vs 15 Princeton
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5-star shooting guard Hamidou Diallo announced his commitment to Kentucky yesterday. He is ranked no. 11 in the ESPN 100.
Diallo attends Putnam Science Academy in Connecticut.
Diallo will immediately enroll at Kentucky, but is not expected to play until next season. There is little room for him in Kentucky's loaded backcourt.
The Huskies (5-8) visit the Blues City in an attempt to get back in the W column, as they take on a Tigers (10-4) team that will look to protect its home court and continue its resurrection.
UConn has had a rough season so far. There’s no arguing that Husky
As we enter into the final weeks of 2016 and into conference play in College Basketball, NBA Draft Analyst Brett Siegel has updated his 2017 NBA Draft Big Board/Top 100 Prospects. The year of the freshmen continue as players around the country move into and out of the Top 100