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SCS.comWEST COAST CONFERENCE TITLE ON THE LINE
February 29, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
The weekendís best game isnít on television, but there are plenty of other games to watch over the next few days. Once the NCAA tournament starts, youíre not going to move from your couch much, so why not get a little early practice? This Saturday will feel like a tournament weekend. Out west, the West Coast Conference regular season title comes down to one game, and the Big East race will be greatly affected by this....[MORE]

SCS.comWHO COULD BE THE MID-MAJOR SPOILER?
February 28, 2008
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
As March Madness quickly approaches the teams unfortunate enough to be on the bubble have plenty to worry about. While from the superficial standpoint it would seem that all these teams need to do is win their remaining regular seasons games and perform well in their respective conference tournaments to earn an NCAA Tournament bid, there are some factors out of their control to consider. There isnít a specific name....[MORE]

SCS.comFINAL FEBRUARY WEEK BRINGS BUBBLE LIST
February 27, 2008
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
As the end of the regular season comes to a near, the NCAA Tournament field only gets more confusing. While teams like Kent State and Kentucky are winning games and showing that they deserve to be in, some Texas schools (Baylor and Texas A&M, specifically) are making the selection committee doubt them. All in all, every team has two to four regular season games left, along with a conference tournament....[MORE]

SCS.comBIG EAST TITLE COMES DOWN TO THE WIRE
February 25, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Weíve got some issues to sort out before conference tournaments begin. Like how in the world will the middle of the ACC, Big 12, and Pac-10 shake out? Who is going to win the Big East? Who is going to win the Big Ten? The NCAA tournament is probably the best event in sports, but the mayhem of the end of college basketballís regular season is just as exciting. So much can change in just a few short weeks. Enjoy it, because this time....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM NAMES PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS
February 23, 2008
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
Wrapping up our preview of the just-begun 2008 college baseball season, the SCS.com staff has cast its vote for the top players in all the country, naming a total of 28 players to either our First or Second Team All-America squads. Vanderbilt leads the way with three players on the First Team, while Arizona and San Diego boast two players each. Dominic de la Osa, the Commodores' oustanding outfielder, was selected as the....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE GAME WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR
February 22, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Itís finally here. Weíve been waiting for weeks. On Saturday night at precisely 8 p.m. central, the game of the year will finally tip-off at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee. But while you wait for that, thereís a whole lot of other basketball to pay attention to. Mainly, some of the top mid-
major teams in the nation will be facing each other in ESPNís BracketBuster Saturday. And as we head toward the conference tournaments....[MORE]

SCS.comOPENING WEEKEND LED BY UA-UGA SHOWDOWN
February 22, 2008
By Brian, SCS.com Guest Writer
Itís the time of year all college baseball fans have been waiting for, opening weekend. For the avid college baseball fan, the time between Omaha and the next season always seems like an eternity, however, this year has been an even longer layoff due to new NCAA start dates. This rule comes along with many new rules that are changing NCAA baseball through the next few years as we transition into the new age....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PRESEASON FAB 40: #1-10
February 21, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the baseball season still yet to get underway, the guessing game to figure out who looks the best on paper continues. It'll get proven on the field over the next few months, but there are a few squads that stand out as being the cream of the crop. There's a good chance that we'll see several of the following teams in Omaha in June, but given how wacky college baseball is in year in, year out, we'll also see a few of....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKETOLOGY NOT AS EASY AS IT SEEMS
February 20, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Because Iím an odd and pathetic person, I decided to put together a mock bracket this weekend. What else is there to do during Presidentsí Day Weekend? Ski? Think about our forefathers? I decided the most productive use of my time would be to analyze RPIs and strength of schedule numbers. I think I made the right decision. But anyway, itís not so easy coming up with the field of 65. I had the usual debates with....[MORE]

SCS.comSEVERAL MID-MAJORS HOLD AT-LARGE HOPES
February 19, 2008
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
Year after year, several mid-major teams falter during their conference tournament and find themselves hoping the selection committee finds forgiveness in their heart to award them with a second chance. Generally there are a slew of teams that have little worry in regards to their tournament hopes no matter what happens in postseason play. This year is no different as teams such as Drake, Butler, Saint Maryís....[MORE]

SCS.comBIG TEN BATTLE ONCE AGAIN THE HIGHLIGHT
February 18, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Last weekend, Michigan State and Indiana played to see who could stay in the race for the Big Ten crown. Luckily for us, the Hoosiers won and gave themselves a chance to win the Big Ten, and now we get to see Indiana continue this quest at Assembly Hall against the hated Purdue Boilermakers. Besides that, the Big 12 and Big East are beginning to heat up, especially at the top but also in the middle of the conferences....[MORE]

SCS.comWEEKEND'S BEST A LETDOWN
February 15, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
So whatís on tap this weekend, you ask? For starters, how about an important Big Ten game that should have been even more important, a Friday night Big East game (yes, quality college basketball on Friday night), a Pac-10 rematch, a huge Mountain West game, and a Big 12 team whose coach just might lose to his in-state rival for the first time ever. Thatís enough spoilers for now. Read on and find out exactly what to....[MORE]

SCS.comBASEBALL PRESEASON FAB 40: #11-20
February 14, 2008
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the start of the college baseball season only a week away, many teams see themselves on the cusp of the top 10. The teams that are ranked #11-20 in our preseason poll have a legitimate shot at reaching Omaha if a few of their unproven players step up and help out the more well-known veterans. The keys to these 10 teamsí seasons are staying healthy and playing baseball like they should. These ten teams....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE COMPONENTS OF THE ULTIMATE TEAM
February 13, 2008
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
What does it take to win a National Championship? Well if history has taught us anything, itís the right combination of star power, defense and great role players. The team that has the most physical talent or future NBA players doesnít always come out on top (2005 UConn and 1993 Michigan are just two examples). What is certain is that championship teams are cohesive groups that mesh well together. Take the....[MORE]

SCS.comBATTLE FOR CONFERENCE SUPREMACY
February 11, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Weíre past the halfway mark in conference play, so not only are teams in the middle of pack trying to sort themselves out, but the teams at the top are trying to wrap up their league titles. Kansas figured to easily take the Big 12 after flirting with an undefeated record, but it will travel to Austin this week to face one of its main challengers. Michigan State thought it might be battling Indiana for the Big Ten, but a new contender....[MORE]

SCS.com2008 PRESEASON FAB 40: #21-30
February 7, 2008
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
It won't be very long before the college baseball season is upon us once again, and there are a ton of teams vying to take the crown from two-time defending national champion Oregon State. The following teams may not be among the top 10 or 20, but that doesn't mean that they're at the back of the pack, in the least. Each of these teams could very well end up making a run well into June, so don't be surprised if you end up....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE FALL OF #1: MEMPHIS' FATAL FLAW
February 6, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
There is a reason the pollsters unanimously voted Memphis as the top ranked team in the nation this week. As the last undefeated team remaining in Division I basketball, the Tigers have a real shot of entering the NCAA tournament without a loss. Memphis is fast. Freakishly fast. And also insanely athletic - at every position. The Tigers have a point guard now in Derrick Rose, something they lacked last season....[MORE]

SCS.comATLANTIC TEN STEPPING TO THE FOREFRONT
February 5, 2008
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
There was a time when Atlantic Ten fans enjoyed sending multiple teams to the NCAA Tournament year after year. Marcus Camby and John Calipari took Massachusetts to the Final Four. John Chaney and his Temple squads would annually knock-off Final Four contenders, while teams like Saint Josephís, Xavier, Rhode Island, Dayton, George Washington, and even Saint Bonaventure would find themselves in postseason play....[MORE]

SCS.comWEEK INCLUDES TOBACCO ROAD SHOWDOWN
February 4, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
If you have watched ESPN at all lately, you probably noticed the non-stop commercials for ďRivalry Week.Ē Even though a person can only handle so much ESPN propaganda, you have to be excited about what is on tap for this week. Duke/UNC is the most recognizable rivalry and a canít miss matchup, but Missouri and Kansas also face off in Lawrence Monday night. Plus, throughout the week not only will rivalry games take place....[MORE]

SCS.com'GAMEDAY' FINALLY GETS IT RIGHT
February 1, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
For the first time this season, College Gameday is actually going to the right game. Last week, we were stuck with Creighton at Southern Illinois, and while last season that would have been an outstanding game, it was a snoozer this season (neither team broke the 50 point mark). The week before was Kentucky at Florida, and while we at least got a fun ballgame (went to overtime), the match-up was nothing like what....[MORE]

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