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SCS.comPREVIEW: FINAL FOUR FIELD SET FOR ATLANTA
March 30, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
This year's Final Four is stacked with rematches from last seasonís NCAA Tournament. Georgetown faced Ohio State in the second round in 2006, and the Hoyas came out on top, upsetting the second-seeded Buckeyes. Basketball fans, whether you like the college game or the pro game, are looking forward to this game. That is because of the battle of the big men ó Georgetownís Roy Hibbert vs. Ohio Stateís Greg Oden....[MORE]

SCS.comBREAKING DOWN THE PERSONNEL MATCHUPS
March 28, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Guest Writer
When basketball historians look back on the 2007 NCAA Tournament, they will find that this particular March Madness was lacking something most usually have: a Cinderella. With this lack of a nationally captivating underdog story, only one thing comes to my mind: good riddance to Cinderella and her glass slippers. Now donít get me wrong, I was just as impressed by George Mason as the next guy was last year....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW - SOUTH REGION
March 22, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Top-seeded Ohio State survived a scare from their in-state rival last weekend but did advance to San Antonio, where the third-seeded Texas A&M Aggies should actually be the hometown favorite. After playing in front of an unfriendly crowd in Lexington last weekend, will that be enough to put the Aggies over the top? And what about the high-scoring Volunteers of Tennessee and their in-state rival, the always-athletic Memphis....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW - WEST REGION
March 21, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
The top four seeds all held their ground and have moved forward to the round of sixteen after each picked up a couple of victories last weekend. Top-seeded Kansas was impressive in both of their victories, while second-seed UCLA struggled to score points and had to hang on for a hard-fought win in round two. It was also a struggle for the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second round, while Southern Illinois was able to....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW - MIDWEST REGION
March 20, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Going into the NCAA Tournament, the Midwest region was widely considered to be the easiest region for the top seed. So far, that has proved to be true for Florida. The Gators had trouble in their second round game, but they advanced to face a mid-major in Butler in the Sweet Sixteen. On the other side, two of the hotter teams in the country, Oregon and UNLV, will match-up. Which team will continue their recent....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW - EAST REGION
March 19, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
The East region, taking place in East Rutherford, will feature a very exciting slate of action. The first two rounds featured some very exciting games, and the second round contests were all tight throughout. Some of the best players in the country will be featured in New Jersey next week, including Tyler Hansbrough, Jeff Green, Derrick Byars, and Nick Young. Not all the favorites advanced, but Vanderbilt was chosen in many office....[MORE]

SCS.comA WEEKEND LOOK INSIDE ACC BASEBALL
March 14, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The SEC is often thought of as the best conference in college baseball. This year the ACC has four teams in the top 10, and the SEC has three. North Carolina, Clemson, Virginia, and Florida State are all threats to make it to Omaha. This very well could be the best year in the ACC yet. This weekend is the opening weekend in the ACC, and two of the fab four teams are going head to head. The Cavaliers of Virginia travel....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 NCAA TOURNEY PREVIEW - WEST
March 14, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
How about a region that has perennial college basketball powerhouses such as Kansas, UCLA, Kentucky, Indiana, and Gonzaga? Whatís more is that a certain coach from Kentucky is trying to keep his job, UCLA is trying to reach its second straight Final Four, and Gonzaga is stepping out of the spotlight. This region will be very fun to see how it is all played out, and I think up to about seven different teams could take it out alive....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 NCAA TOURNEY PREVIEW - MIDWEST
March 14, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
The St. Louis region might be the least exciting region in this year's Tournament. There simply wonít be much variety in terms of teams with Final Four potential coming out of St. Louis. Florida is the tournament's overall #1 seed, although Iím not sure the Gators had the nationís best resume. However, UF is the defending national champion and has tons of talent. The Midwest also has several capable mid-major teams....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 NCAA TOURNEY PREVIEW - SOUTH
March 13, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The South region features the hottest team in the country (Ohio State from the Big Ten), the best mid-major team in the nation (Memphis from C-USA), the best clutch player in the game (Acie Law IV of Texas A&M), and the best shooter in the land (Chris Lofton of Tennessee). The home court advantage in San Antonio has to go to Texas A&M, where - if they make the sweet sixteen - they will be playing in their home state....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 NCAA TOURNEY PREVIEW - EAST
March 13, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
The East Rutherford Region has the potential to be the best region in the NCAA Tournament. There is talent and depth abound across the region, and the best player in the country, Kevin Durant, is sitting there relatively silent at the #4 spot with his Longhorns. Donít forget Georgetown, the Big East champions, or North Carolina, the ACC champions. There are several non-BCS sleepers in this region, as well, including the two teams....[MORE]

SCS.comA STATISTICAL APPROACH TO DANCING
March 12, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
There are many methods you can employ when filling out your NCAA bracket. Many of us who keep up with all 300-plus teams throughout the season sort of have a "feel" for each one by this point in the year and could already tell you who we liked as sleeper picks before the bracket was even released. here are others who don't pay attention all season long but pick just based on the reputation of certain teams....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKET REACTION: WHO GOT HOSED, LUCKY
March 12, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
No more "Bubble Watch." No more "Bracket Projection." The real thing is here. That's right, folks, the NCAA Tournament is finally upon us. For most of us, it's a very exciting, yet nervous, time of the year as we are all going to be filling out brackets over the next few days. In other words, Happy Holidays. However, before we get there, I have some comments on the bracket. Last year, the committee did a horrendous job....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE FOR-REAL FINAL BRACKET PROJECTION
March 11, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Many of this year's NCAA Tournament automatic bids have been locked up over the past week, and the final few such spots will be pinned down for sure when the selection committee makes their choices known later this afternoon. In the mean time, there's just enough time to take a final look at our projected bracket as the last few conferences crown their tournament champions. So heading into the evening, who do we....[MORE]

SCS.comA LOOK AT SUNDAY'S TITLES, AND WHO'S IN
March 11, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
Letís do the math on this year's NCAA Tournament field now that it's set to be announced just a few hours from now. There are 31 automatic bids. That leaves 34 at-large bids in a field of 65. There are 28 teams that are definitely in the tournament. This leaves 6 spots to be decided. Unfortunately, there are 18 teams that are squarely on the bubble, meaning there will be many disappointed come Sunday evening....[MORE]

SCS.comFINAL BRACKET PROJECTION: MARCH 10
March 10, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Many of this year's NCAA Tournament automatic bids have been locked up over the past week, and the final few such spots will be pinned down this weekend. In the mean time, there's still a mass scramble for both quality seeding among those squads already guaranteed a slot in this year's field as well as a battle for the final few at-large bids among those teams still on the dancing bubble. So heading into the weekend....[MORE]

SCS.comAN EARLY LOOK INSIDE SEC BASEBALL
March 8, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The SEC has long been known as the power conference in college baseball. The SEC has always been the bully, the envied conference, and the conference is strong once again. Vanderbilt, Arkansas, and South Carolina are all top 10 teams. Vanderbilt has started strong and appears to have what it takes to make a run deep in the postseason. South Carolina is chugging along and winning ballgames. Arkansas has struggled....[MORE]

SCS.comUNSUNG HEROES MUST STEP IT UP IN MARCH
March 6, 2007
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
When a team wins a National Championship, everyone looks to the stars of that group and says "so and so carried them to the title." However, even though a team may need a stud go-to guy in order to become the national champion, role players are almost as important. Last season, Lee Humphrey did not get much publicity, but his three-point shooting in the Final Four was key to Florida winning the title. The season before....[MORE]

SCS.comBRACKET PROJECTION: MARCH 5
March 5, 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 on....[MORE]

SCS.comWINTHROP ONE OF MANY CAROLINA SUCCESSES
March 3, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The Carolinas are quite the talent-rich region when it comes to college baseball. Check the top five of any poll, and you will see the names of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Clemson. Look down further, and you'll see North Carolina State ranked in the top 25 as well. But there are several more smaller schools outside of the 'major' conferences that deserve their due. East Carolina consistently plays one of the....[MORE]

SCS.comTOURNEY HOPES RIDE ON FINAL WEEKEND
March 2, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The final weekend of the 2006-2007 college hoops weekend is upon us, and many teams' conference title and NCAA Tournament dreams ride upon their results over the course of the next couple of days. League crowns in the ACC, Big East, and Big XII are all still up for grabs, as are numerous Tournament berths that can be claimed or thrown back in the hat by teams on the bubble all across the country. With conference....[MORE]

SCS.comMARCH IS HERE: IT'S THE PING OF SPRING!
March 2, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The first weekend of March is here. Warmer weather is on is way, and daylight savings time is less than two weeks away. The ping of spring is well on its way as well. You canít hear it in the majors, only college baseball. The sound of the metal bat on the ball is a classic sound that takes us all back to when we were a kid - at least it does for me. This weekend will give us some very good matchups and a few....[MORE]

SCS.comSETTING THE FIELDS FOR THE PAC-10, SEC
March 1, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
There is only one weekend left in the college hoops regular season, and now is the perfect time to figure out how some conference tournaments are shaping up. Some teams, such as UCLA and Florida have clinched their conferences and the overall 1 seed for their respective conference tournament. The Pac-10 teams have either one or two more games to play, while the SEC teams all have a single game to play....[MORE]

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