Texas A&M SEC Preview

Season Preview: Texas A&M Last year: 16-15 Key Losses: J.C. Hampton Key Additions: JJ Caldwell, Jay Jay Chandler, Savion Flagg, TJ Starks, Duane Wilson It wasn’t long ago that Texas A&M peaked at No. 5 in the AP Poll during a season that saw them make it to the Sweet 16 for just the

Missouri SEC Preview

Season Preview: Missouri Last year: 8-24 Key Losses: Russell Woods Key Additions: Bake Harris, Jontay Porter, Michael Porter Jr., CJ Roberts, Kassius Robertson, Jeremiah Tilmon I mean…where do we even begin here? At this point, everyone knows that the Tigers had probably the biggest turnaround of any team maybe ever, going from 8 wins

Arkansas SEC Preview

Season Preview: Arkansas Last year: 26-10, Second Round of NCAA Key Losses: Dusty Hannahs, Moses Kingsley, Manny Watkins  Key Additions: Daniel Gafford, Khalil Garland, Darius Hall, Gabe Osabuohien  Arkansas was a couple of buckets away from knocking off eventual national champion North Carolina last year in the Round of 32. The loss of Hannahs

Georgia SEC Preview

Team Preview: Georgia  Last Season: 19-15, First Round of NIT Key Losses: J.J. Frazier Key Additions: Rayshaun Hammonds, Nicolas Claxton, Isaac Kante, Teshaun Hightower  After making it to the NCAA Tournament in 2015, the Bulldogs have been bubbles teams up until Selection Sunday and haven't been able to get over that hump to make it

Tennessee SEC Preview

Season Preview: Tennessee Volunteers Last Season: 16-16 (No Postseason Appearance) Key Losses: Shembari Phillips, Robert Hubbs III, Detrick Mostella Key Additions: James Daniel, Chris Darrington, Zach Kent, Derrick Walker After failing to make the NCAA Tournament for the third straight year last season, third-year head coach Rick Barnes looks to continue the rebuilding process he envisioned when he

Mississippi State SEC Preview

Season Preview: Mississippi State Last Season: 16-16 Key Losses: Mario Kegler, I.J. Ready Key Additions: Nick Weatherspoon Over the past two seasons, the Bulldogs have lost two of their most highly touted recruits in program history, Mario Kegler, and Malik Newman. Ben Howland's first two years in Starkville have been underwhelming as his teams

Ole Miss SEC Preview

Season Preview: Ole Miss Last Season: 22-14, First Round of NIT Key Losses: Rasheed Brooks, Cullen Neal, Sebastian Saiz Key Additions: Markel Crawford, Dominik Olejniczak, Bruce Stevens, Devontae Shuler  The Ole Miss football program hasn't been all sunshine and rainbows this fall, but maybe the basketball program can make things a little brighter in Oxford

CPP 100: #7 Michael Porter Jr

Leading up the season we are doing a countdown of the Top 100 players in college basketball. These rankings are based on a poll made up of 14 CPP writers. These writers span from UCLA to Seton Hall so there is very little bias. Each day we will release the

CPP Top 100: #16 Hamidou Diallo

Hamidou Diallo Kentucky Redshirt Freshman Stats: Did not play in 2016-2017 Why they are here? Based on raw talent alone, Hamidou Diallo might be one of the best players in the country. The highly-touted Diallo came over to Kentucky in the middle of last season after making the decision to leave Brewster Academy early. While

CPP Top 100: #14 Robert Williams

Robert Williams Texas A&M F 6’10 241 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 11.3 Ppg, 8.2 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here Ranked only #50 in his recruiting class, Robert Williams seemed to play with a chip on his shoulder his freshman year and people started to take notice. Williams is a full-grown man. He made scouts reflect

CPP Top 100: #18 Kevin Knox

Kevin Knox Kentucky F 6’9 215 Freshman 2016-2017 Stats: N/A Why They Are Here Kevin Knox may be the most underrated player in this entire class which is scary considering how highly he’s rated. A lot of this has to do with the fact that he is very young for this class as he just turned

CPP Top 100: #29 Yante Maten

Yante Maten Georgia F 6’8 240 Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 18.2 Ppg, 6.8 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here A guaranteed All-SEC selection this year and a potential SEC player of the year candidate, Yante Maten was named All-SEC first team last year and came back this year looking for more. He was also named as

Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology

          Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology by: Jonathon Warriner For some, today might be the last time you will be able to read my Bracketology, due to looking into the sun without Solar eclipse glasses. Enjoy reading my latest predictions, and remember to wear the Solar eclipse glasses before looking at the

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: Update August 1st 2017

West Region (Los Angeles) 1.Arizona (San Diego) 16.Stephen F. Austin 8.Virginia Tech 9.Iowa 4.Seton Hall (Boise) 13.Harvard 5.St. Mary’s 12.Vermont 3.West Virginia (Pittsburgh) 14.Charleston 6.Rhode Island 11.Wake Forest/ Indiana 2.Wichita State (Dallas) 15.South Dakota 7.Gonzaga 10.Georgia Tech South Region (Atlanta) 1.Louisville (Nashville) 16.Hampton/ St. Peter’s 8.Michigan 9.Texas 4.Xavier (Detroit) 13.Akron 5.UCLA 12.Oakland 3.North Carolina (Charlotte) 14.Jacksonville State 6.Northwestern 11.Vanderbilt 2.Kentucky (Nashville) 15.Furman 7.TCU 10.Florida State East Region (Boston) 1.Michigan State (Detroit) 16.St. Francis (PA)/ Idaho 8.Baylor 9.Butler 4.Florida (Dallas) 13.Western Kentucky 5.Notre Dame 12.Bucknell 3.Duke (Charlotte) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Providence 11.Missouri/