West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Arizona (San Diego)
16.Idaho/ Texas Southern
2.North Carolina (Charlotte)
Midwest Region (Omaha)
16.Stephen F. Austin
3.USC (San Diego)
14.New Mexico State
2.Wichita State (Dallas)
15.Long Beach State
South Region (Atlanta)
16.Hampton/ St. Peter’s
3.West Virginia (Pittsburgh)
East Region (Boston)
1.Michigan State (Detroit)
Among the many standouts at the Jordan Brand Classic practice was 5-star small forward Billy Preston. Preston, a Los Angeles native, transferred to Oak Hill Academy for his senior campaign to play under legend Steve Smith and co. Oak Hill made the trip to the Dick’s National Tournament as a
The rich got richer this week in Lawrence. The Jayhawks nabbed former Memphis forwards (and brothers) Dedric and K.J. Lawson, as announced via a K.J. tweet on this past Monday, April 10. The two stars will have to sit out next season, as per NCAA transfer rules. Memphis Head Coach
And.....we are down to 4. If you guessed these 4 teams would be headed to Phoenix you are lying. The Elite 8 games provided us with a mixed bag of good games and blowouts as has been the theme of this NCAA Tournament. Here is a recap of each game
What a crazy day in college basketball. The four games provided us with some close finishes, one blowout, and one huge upset. If you weren't able to watch all of the games just keep on scrolling because we are going to recap them for you right here.
#11 Xavier over #2
Strengths: Closing games out
Kansas is 11-2 in games decided by less than 10 points, and is 10-1 in such games in Big 12 Play. With a record like that it is pretty easy to see why the Big 12 always runs through Lawrence. The leadership of Player of the Year
Blind Resumes Week 1: Who should be a #1 seed?
by: Jonathon Warriner
Each week starting now until Selection Sunday, I will pick 4 random teams with a similar seed and compare their RPI, KPI, Strength of Schedule, record, and Record against the Top-50. Please look at the examples of teams
Well, well, well, not a bad first full week of college basketball.
In the first week we saw many games worthy of a February/March feel, with late game dramatics, team reaching deep into their depth, and great individual performances
And this is all before Thanksgiving, with preseason tournaments like Maui and Battle
Not a bad bounce-back game for Kansas if I say so myself.
Frank Mason scored 21 points, including the game winning jumper with 1.8 seconds remaining, and Kansas held off a late Duke rally to prevail 77-75.
Kansas, coming off a gut-punch overtime loss to Indiana in Hawaii on Friday, initially got
Welcome to the first edition of College Pride Press’s Game of the Week. This week, the Game of the Week is going to be when #1 Duke and #7 Kansas meet up in the Champion’s Classic at Madison Square Garden. The game is on Tuesday night at 9:30 pm, immediately
Every year it seems as if the offseason gets longer and longer. This past one felt like Perry Ellis’s career in length. But thankfully, it is over, and college basketball promised for us a great slate of weekend games. They did not disappoint.
On behalf of the writers of College Pride
Indiana Hoosiers vs. Kansas Jayhawks
November 11, 2016 @ 9 PM
The Indiana Hoosiers enter the season ranked 11th in the nation and have a test right out of the gate against the nation’s 3rd best team per the AP Poll. For IU, this will be the highest ranked opponent
Day 4 of our conference standing predictions and today the writers voted on Big-12 standings. There is a usual suspect at the top.
Games to Watch: Week 1
SFA @ Kentucky
November 11, 6pm
First day of college basketball and we already have a great game. Kentucky won’t have a cakewalk with their home opener. SFA showed the nation last season that they can hang with the big dogs. Going to the second round
Here at College Pride Press, we value not just the individual familiarity each writer has with their specific school, but the vast wealth of national knowledge that is also present. Using this understanding of the country's entire college basketball landscape, we have constructed our own preseason poll, based upon the
Power forward Carte'Are Gordon, the 9th-ranked recruit in ESPN.com's 2018 Top 60 rankings, committed to St. Louis on Wednesday.
Gordon checks in a little lower in 247sports.com's 2018 composite rankings, at no. 22. In a class especially rich with power forward talent, however, he only ranks 11th in the site's rankings