2020-21 Big 12 Week One Takeaways

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Over the past decade, one of the most consistent conferences in all of College Basketball has been the Big 12. They are headlined by one of the best regular-season collaborations with the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Big 12 has won that competition four of the seven seasons. The only instance where the conference lost the […] READ MORE


2020-21 Big 12 Basketball Conference Preview

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LWOS coverage of the NCAA basketball season continues with the Big 12 basketball preview. Certainly, the Big 12 is widely considered a top-three conference in college basketball. The Kansas Jayhawks are one of the traditional Blue Bloods that hold a lot of power in this conference. However, in recent years, teams like Baylor and Texas […] 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


Breaking Down The Basketball Tournament

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The famed The Basketball Tournament (TBT) is back for its sixth season, but this time it will look slightly different. The tournament will begin July 4th and take place in Columbus, Ohio. It will span ten days and will see teams quarantined for the duration to eliminate the possible spread of COVID-19. If any player […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 1.0

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The 2020 college basketball season is about halfway through. These means it is time for the first installment of LWOS Bracketology 1.0. Throughout the rest of the NCAA season, LWOS will produce an updated bracket, including overall seeding, bi-weekly. Here is the first version of the bracket. LWOS Bracketology 1.0 Conference Breakdown Much has been […] 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