These are the worst six conferences according to average KenPom rating based on my new realignment of college basketball. Continue reading “Realignment Conferences 32 Through 27”
Hofstra Remains Optimistic Despite Tough Loss To Towson
Hofstra saw a 16 point first half lead evaporate as the Pride fell to CAA rival Towson 86-80 Thursday night at the Mack Sports Complex in Hempstead, NY. The loss is Hofstra’s sixth in a row as they fell to 1-6 in league play. Continue reading “Hofstra Remains Optimistic Despite Tough Loss To Towson”
Quick Thoughts From “Super Saturday”
There were 151 Division I basketball games played yesterday, as teams tried to avoid tonight’s Super Bowl — except if you’re most of the MAAC. Here is my takeaway from eight area games. Continue reading “Quick Thoughts From “Super Saturday””
Returning Possession Minutes and Mid-Majors
Why hasn’t someone hired Steve Prohm away from Murray State yet? That’s the question I’ve come to lately. Continue reading “Returning Possession Minutes and Mid-Majors”
Trying To Predict The CIT Quarterfinals
One of the most interesting things about the CollegeInsider.com Tournament is that we don’t know the match ups before the prior round finishes. Unlike the NCAA tournament, which is locked into a Dayton-Stanford Sweet 16 game, the CIT reconfigures its bracket after each round.
Re-calibrating Our Preseason Predictions
The season is merely two weeks old, yet we know far more about some teams then we did back in October. Informed prognostication certainly has its value, but the stark truth is no one – including most coaching staffs – knows how Team A will respond outside the confines of its practice court. It’s nearly impossible to predict how newcomers will adjust to a new environment.