Preseason College Basketball Rankings: #9 Kentucky Wildcats

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As you all know, the Kentucky Wildcats were a massive disappointment last season. But this year they look could, just like they always do before the season starts. But unlike most years, John Calipari built this season’s roster a bit differently. Sure, the Wildcats have another great recruiting class. They bring in three top 40 […] READ MORE




Preseason College Basketball Rankings: #23 Tennessee Volunteers

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The Tennessee Volunteers Last season ended up being a disappointment for the Tennessee Volunteers. The Vols lost some games that they should have won and got bounced in the Round of 64 in March. Then they lost their top two scorers from last year, Jaden Springer and Keon Johnson, to the NBA. Both of them […] READ MORE


Pandemic Profiles: South Carolina Men’s Basketball Looks to Get Better Each Day

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The University of South Carolina men’s basketball program had a tumultuous 2020-21 season, one that was unprecedented regarding its standard. Head Coach Frank Martin is apologetic for such. At the same time, he is unapologetically excited about what’s ahead. After a Troubling Season, South Carolina Men’s Basketball is Excited for What’s Next Days passed and […] READ MORE



Arkansas Razorbacks on a Roll in SEC Play

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Arkansas stumbled through their first six games in SEC play. They started the conference slate at 2-4, with a NCAA berth fading into the distance. The Razorbacks have won seven straight in the league since, and have vaulted up the standings into a tie for second. Eric Musselman’s team is playing as well as anyone […] READ MORE


Alabama Basketball Putting it All Together

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You may have to do a double take if you were to look at the SEC hoops standings right now just to make sure you didn’t search football results by accident. Your eyes are not deceiving you; Alabama basketball is indeed comfortably atop the league through eight games. Coach Nate Oats has the Crimson Tide […] READ MORE


Alabama Rolls Kentucky In Rupp Arena

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The Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 85-65 on Tuesday night. It was Alabama’s first win in Rupp Arena since 2006 and indicates a drastic power shift atop the Southeastern Conference. Well, this year, at least. Alabama Rolls Kentucky in Lexington When people talk about Alabama athletics in January, it usually involves the College […] READ MORE


Gamecocks Open SEC Play With a Bang and Another Pause

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Frank Martin and South Carolina have taken a long tumultuous road to finally get to their first conference game of the season. A sparse crowd at Colonial Life Arena saw the Gamecocks open SEC play with a resounding 24 point victory. The second half demolition of Texas A&M was one of the best halves of […] READ MORE