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SCS.comNEARLY TOURNEY TIME FOR ACC AND BIG TEN
February 28, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
Well the college basketball regular season is almost over, as are the ACC and Big Ten regular seasons. But there’s good news for hoops fans. Yes, I did save a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico, but there’s even better news. It’s nearly time for the ACC and Big Ten Tournaments. With less than one week left in conference play, anything can still happen. The tournament seeds are looking completely....[MORE]

SCS.comHS TO PROS, THE EFFECT ON NCAA BASEBALL
February 28, 2007
By Ryan, SCS.com Guest Writer
Should there be a rule for baseball players coming out of high school to not be able to play pro ball until they have completed some time in college? Of the three major sports in college athletics, baseball is now the only one with out regulation of when a player can play professionally. In this article, we are going to take a look at the issue of high school athletes skipping college to play professionally and how it affects....[MORE]

SCS.comCHAMPIONSHIP WEEK 2007 HAS ARRIVED
February 27, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Championship Week starts today. It's that time of year, when teams from the lower and middle conferences begin their Cinderella run through their conference tournaments. Sub -.500 teams upset the top seeds on their way to an automatic bid in the NCAA Tournament, while the regular-season champs try to pull of the championship sweep. In my opinion, March Madness has officially begun. With that in mind, I’ve decided to....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKET PROJECTION: FEBRUARY 27
February 27, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Down the stretch we head towards March Madness, and with that thought in mind, it's time to take our weekly look at how this year's NCAA Tournament bracket is shaping up. From now until the end of the 2006-2007 regular season, SCS.com will project the entire field of 65 every seven days based on the season up to that point. Where will your team be headed? Who will they face? Who is going to be left....[MORE]

SCS.comWRAPPING UP THE REGULAR SEASON
February 26, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The final few days of the 2006-2007 regular season are here, as the month of March will begin later this week, truly signaling the madness that accompanies college basketball this time of year. As always, there is plenty at stake over the course of the next couple of weeks, as teams compete for NCAA positioning, conference titles, and much more. The regular season races in the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, and Big XII are all....[MORE]

SCS.comCRUNCH TIME IS HERE AS FEBRUARY SAYS BYE
February 23, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Everyone has their own opinion on the bubble status of various teams these days, but what it comes down to, very simply, is wins. As college basketball fans know, the NCAA puts an emphasis on late-season performance, so winning games down the stretch is crucial to the bubble hopes of teams all across the country. There are huge games everywhere this weekend, some with conference title hopes on the line....[MORE]

SCS.comTHIS WEEKEND'S TOP MATCHUPS
February 22, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
This is the last weekend for February, and this season is just getting into gear. After this weekend, all the Division I college baseball teams will have games under their belts. I am going to highlight the five best series and touch on a hand full more. Pacific will be traveling to Clemson to take on the #3 Tigers. #5 Cal State-Fullerton will have a three game set vs UCLA, two at UCLA and one game in Fullerton Elon out of the Big South....[MORE]

SCS.comA WEEK LATER, AND A NEW-LOOK BUBBLE
February 21, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
SCS.com continues to release its projected field of 65, it's time for more explanations as to why some teams made the field and why other squads were left out. College hoops fans know this “game” as the bubble. Here you will find all the answers you need to know as to why your favorite team is looking like it won’t make the tournament as of now. Or perhaps even worse, why your rival looks like they’re in. With less....[MORE]

SCS.comUH-OH! A BUBBLE TEAM'S WORST NIGHTMARE
February 20, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
It happens every year. A major conference team comes out of nowhere in their conference tournament to make it to the championship and, in some cases, win the title. It also happens in some mid-major conferences that were expected to get just one bid, but then they send two dancing because of upsets in the league tournaments. The aforementioned situation is a nightmare for bubble teams hoping to get bids to the....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKET PROJECTION: FEBRUARY 20
February 20, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Down the stretch we head towards March Madness, and with that thought in mind, it's time to take our weekly look at how this year's NCAA Tournament bracket is shaping up. From now until the end of the 2006-2007 regular season, SCS.com will project the entire field of 65 every seven days based on the season up to that point. Where will your team be headed? Who will they face? Who is going to be left....[MORE]

SCS.comWEEK FULL OF MUST-WIN GAMES
February 19, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Teams all across the country have worked their way onto the NCAA Tournament bubble, whether they've gotten their by strong play in recent weeks or by dropping games and causing the need for extra work as we head into the final full week of the month of February. That has created must-win games for squads everywhere in the days ahead, and that of course is the prevailing theme of this upcoming week....[MORE]

SCS.comSHUCK, BUCKEYES ON THE RISE TO THE TOP
February 17, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
It's been a pretty decent year for Ohio State sports. The Buckeye football team won the Big Ten and played for the national title. The Buckeye men's hoops team is ranked #2, and the women's hoopsters are ranked #4. The baseball team, though, doesn't get nearly as much pub as the football or basketball squads, but OSU isn't too shabby on the diamond in the least. The Buckeyes have won seven Big Ten regular season titles....[MORE]

SCS.comMID-MAJORS PREPARED TO BUST BRACKETS
February 16, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
With the exception of the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament, this may be the most exciting weekend college hoops offers each and every season. ESPN has dubbed it Bracket Busters, a slate of games designed specifically to match up high-quality mid-majors who look to be NCAA worthy and capable of making nice runs should they cash in on those March Madness dreams. The most intriguing such contest....[MORE]

SCS.comBIG SERIES HIGHLIGHT FEBRUARY WEEKEND
February 16, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
This is officially the third weekend of the young season, and we as college baseball fans are in for a treat. There are five top notch series that I will discuss on tap for the next few days. We have interstate rivalries, cross-country showdowns, traditional powers colliding, a mid-major clash, and a Pac-10 vs. Big West battle for respect. This should be a fantastic weekend for these games. Gainesville, Houston, Tuscon....[MORE]

SCS.comBUBBLE: WHERE DOES YOUR TEAM STAND?
February 15, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
Now that SCS.com has released its first weekly projected field of sixty-five, it's time for some explanations as to why some teams made the field and why others were left out. College hoops fans know this “game” as the bubble. Here you will find all the answers you need to know as to why your favorite team is looking like it won’t make the tournament as of now. Or perhaps even worse, why your rival looks like they're in....[MORE]

SCS.comA DAY THAT SYMBOLIZED THE COLLEGE GAME
February 14, 2007
By Matthew, SCS.com Staff Writer
If you’re reading this article, you already know that college fans are a different kind of fan. Loyalties to their respective teams extend far beyond the playing field or court. Whether it's season tickets, a tattoo to show your preferred college, or even naming your children after a former player from your favorite university, college fans - and college basketball fans to be specific - are one of a kind. I was fortunate enough to get....[MORE]

SCS.comTOP TEN COUNTDOWN: THE BRACKET BUSTERS
February 13, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the announcement of this weekend's Bracket Buster games, most college basketball junkies immediately started scouring the list of 50 games to find the best. Obviously, there are several unnecessary games. For example, 3-21 UC-Riverside at 3-17 Idaho? Or 3-22 St. Peter’s at 6-21 Tennessee-Martin? What about 1-24 Iona at 5-21 Delaware — the last two winless teams in college basketball this season?....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKET PROJECTION: FEBRUARY 13
February 13, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Down the stretch we head towards March Madness, and with that thought in mind, it's time to take our weekly look at how this year's NCAA Tournament bracket is shaping up. From now until the end of the 2006-2007 regular season, SCS.com will project the entire field of 65 every seven days based on the season up to that point. Where will your team be headed? Who will they face? Who is going to be left....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE CALM BEFORE THE STORM
February 12, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
This week's college hoops slate seems to offer a smaller number of intriguing matchups than usual, but perhaps that is just a warning to the NCAA basketball nation of what's to come in the weeks ahead. Among the next few days' top games is a huge Big East contest featuring West Virginia and Georgetown, both of whom are coming off monstrous weekend wins. Also on Monday, Oklahoma State and Texas meet again....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PREVIEW: THE PRESEASON FAB 15
February 10, 2007
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
The Rice Owls were one of only three teams to have multiple players selected to the SCS.com Preseason First Team All-America squad, so it's no surprise the Owls start out the season ranked number one in the country. In-state rivals South Carolina and Clemson follow at two and three, while a second SEC team, Arkansas, comes in at number four. Cal State-Fullerton, meanwhile, rounds out the top five. Vanderbilt....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS' RIVALRY WEEK COMES TO A CLOSE
February 9, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Rivalry Week has not disappointed thus far, and with a number of huge matchups on the slate for this weekend, that same trend should continue throughout the next couple of days. There are a number of crucial battles between teams fighting it out for league titles, including the Saturday showdown between Marquette and Georgetown in the Big East. West Virginia, meanwhile, will head out of conference play to battle....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PREVIEW: THE ALL-AMERICANS
February 9, 2007
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
The college baseball season has just barely gotten underway, so there's still time to take a look at who the game's top players are expected to be the spring. After previewing all of the top conferences from all across the country over the past few weeks, the SCS.com staff has come together to compile a list of the nation's top players, a list that has been formed into the site's First and Second Team All-America squads....[MORE]

SCS.comHEADING DOWN THE HOME STRETCH
February 8, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
This is the best time of the year. Better than Christmas (well, maybe not), better than Thanksgiving (yes, even with turkey), better than anything you will find on the calendar. It's the stretch run of the college basketball, the last ten games that the Selection Committee finds oh-so-important. Key conference contests that will affect the league races and bubble games fill the remaining schedules of teams in the hunt....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PREVIEW: THE SEC
February 7, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The SEC is arguably the deepest conference in the nation in the three main sports, and especially in college baseball. The teams at the bottom of the league can consistently win against the top teams, and anyone can win sneak up to win the conference. Mississippi State and Florida were the preseason picks to win the SEC last season, but in the end, it was Kentucky and Alabama who emerged as the champions....[MORE]

SCS.comRIVALRY WEEK MOVES US CLOSER TO MARCH
February 7, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
There is still more than a month until March 11th, which is Selection Sunday. However, for us college basketball fans, that shouldn’t be a problem because this week is Rivalry Week. This has already proven to be a great week for college hoops, as Texas A&M defeated Texas and Connecticut knocked off Syracuse to give UConn head coach Jim Calhoun his 500th win. The week ahead looks to be very promising....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PREVIEW: THE BIG XII
February 6, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The Big XII was looking good going into the regionals last season. Seven teams were awarded regional bids, with Texas and Nebraska claiming national seeds. However, it would be a disappointing postseason for the conference, as five teams bowed out early, including the Longhorns and Huskers, and the Big XII didn't have a single representative in its backyard in Omaha. But things are looking good for the conference....[MORE]

SCS.comRIVALRY WEEK KICKS OFF MONTH OF FEBRUARY
February 5, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
So the Super Bowl is complete, signaling the end of what was the 2006 football season, which means we can all look towards the final month of college hoops and a Selection Sunday that is now less than five weeks away. With around ten to twelve games left for each squad, there is still much to be determined, and that all gets started now. It's Rivalry Week, as declared by ESPN, and that slate of games is highlighted....[MORE]

SCS.comBIG SATURDAY PRECEDES SUPER BOWL SUNDAY
February 2, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
All eyes will be on Miami and the Super Bowl matchup between the Colts and Bears on Sunday, but before we get that far, there's a full day of college basketball to be played on Saturday. Among the top showdowns slated for that day is a Big Ten rematch from last weekend featuring Ohio State and Michigan State. Also on Saturday, Oregon and USC will get together in the Pac-10, while Georgia and Vanderbilt....[MORE]

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