The NFL has one Sunday left of play until much of the nation turns their attention to college basketball. Each conference has begun conference play, and each school in the Southeastern Conference has at least four conference games under their belts.
It’s that time of the year again: March Madness. What better way to kick it off than reflect back on My Ultimate List which is: “MARC JAMES’ TOP 10 GREATEST COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAMS OF ALL TIME”.
Just like last year I am releasing my entire bracket and picks before the tournament starts for everyone to see how well (or bad) I do.
The Big dance is right around the corner and teams are making strides towards being part of it. It all started this weekend with a buzzer beater, Kentucky barely holding on and Belmont joining the tourney. A wild weekend indeed!
The Duke and North Carolina rivalry is the best in college basketball and this game means a lot to not just both teams but several others in the ACC.
This isn’t last year’s Kentucky team and Nerlens Noel is not Anthony Davis. The comparison was natural in the preseason. Like Davis, Noel was one of the top recruits in the country and figured to be the standout of Kentucky’s brand new roster.
Now that conference play has started let us take a look at the biggest questions lingering in college basketball.
The past 5 days gave us some interesting and disappointing results. Here is a quick look back at some of the more memorable outcomes plus my top 10 in NCAA and NFL and upcoming picks.
This is it, today is the day. College football is finally here.
A complete list of the 20 players from the ACC & SEC taken in the 2012 NBA Draft