Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Mostly Background Noise

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Eventually, an NCAA Tournament bracket begins to correct itself. Sunday’s underwhelming Sweet 16 games are proving that theory to be correct. Two more one-seeds advanced to the Elite Eight and two “Cinderellas” continued their stories. Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Underwhelming The key to staying alive in a bracket pool is not picking upsets; it’s […] READ MORE


NCAA Preseason Rankings: Part One

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fThe college basketball picture is becoming clearer. Early entrants into the NBA Draft had to make their decisions on whether or not they will remain in the draft. This means college coaches now have a clear view of their roster (minus some outstanding transfer waivers). That allows us to determine the NCAA preseason rankings. NCAA […] READ MORE


Impact Transfers for the 2020-21 NCAA Season

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The transfer market in college basketball has proven lucrative in past seasons. More players each year graduate and opt to transfer for a new role. These players are immediately eligible, per NCAA rules, and some have been key parts in a long postseason run. So who will be the big-time impact transfers this season? Impact […] READ MORE


Pac 12 All-Time Series Part 1

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LWOS is continuing to choose the best player, team, and coach from every power conference. Up next is the Pac 12 all-time series. The Pac-12 is a storied conference that has struggled in recent years but appears to be on the upswing. Pac 12 All-Time Series Part 1 Arizona Wildcats Best Team: 1996-97 Led by […] READ MORE


Arizona State beat Oregon State 82-76

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After a brutal loss to rival Arizona, Arizona State beat Oregon State, impressively, on the road. They seem to have success when they play in Corvallis, having won 3 of the last 4. This was a good win for Arizona State because they beat a team who had won 9 of their last 11 games […] READ MORE


NCAA Conference Power Rankings

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College basketball is loaded with talent every year. Typically, the “Blue Blood” schools are considered to be the cream of the crop. This means the Big 12, Big Ten, and ACC have legs up on the competition. This year, parity is the word used to describe the college landscape. This makes it increasingly difficult to […] READ MORE


Wooden Award Update

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The Wooden Award is the most prestigious award in college basketball and yearly crowns the best player in the land. The college basketball season is just a few weeks young, but there has been some separation in who will contend for the Wooden Award. Wooden Award Rankings 5 – Obi Toppin, Dayton Flyers Dayton is […] READ MORE