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Week Two Takeaways

The college basketball season is off and running. Throughout the first two weeks there have been buzzer beaters, overtime games, shocking blowouts, and some amazing upsets. If one didn’t look at the calendar and see that it is only November 18 it could easily be mistaking for March. Feast week has made its way to the forefront and will stay

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NCAAM REVIEW FINAL FOUR PREDICTIONS

Final Four Predictions Mat Mlodzinski: Kansas, Tennessee, Duke, Syracuse Collin Speicher:  Duke, Kansas, Villanova, Syracuse Sam Bass: Virginia, Oregon, Kansas, Syracuse Nick Musial: Duke, Gonzaga, Tennessee, Kansas Ariel Puterman: Kansas, Kentucky, Virginia, Oregon Matt Karner: Kansas, Kentucky, Duke, Gonzaga Cierra Loomis: Kentucky, Duke, LSU, Tennessee   Championship Game Predictions Mat Mlodzinski: Kansas over Duke Collin Speicher: Kansas over Duke Sam Bass: Kansas

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Games of the week in the Pac 12

After a crazy week in the Pac 12, it seems like there are no favorites as of now. Here are the games to watch this upcoming week. Colorado vs USC (1/11 at 9 PM EST) This game is looked at in two different ways. Colorado is looking to continue it’s hot streak; they surprised the nation with two big wins

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NCAAMReview Preseason Top 25

Arizona Duke UNC Kansas Wichita State Kentucky Louisville Villanova Gonzaga Michigan State West Virginia Florida UCLA Baylor Notre Dame Wisconsin Oregon Butler Virginia Purdue Cincinnati Miami Maryland South Carolina Michigan Additional Votes: Creighton, Northwestern, St. Mary’s, Texas, Florida State, Michigan, VCU, Marquette, SMU, Dayton, Seton Hall, USC, Virginia Tech, BYU, Xavier

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How the Pac-12’s Best Have Changed

Kyle Caron, NCAAMReview Author The 2016-17 season saw the Pac-12 fighting for a place as the most dominant Power 5 conference behind the ACC. In a year where both the Big 12 and Big 10 seemed to under perform, the west coast teams were poised to show their dominance on a national scale and they did not disappoint. UCLA, Arizona,

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