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SCS.comUK-USC BATTLE HIGHLIGHTS WEEKEND
March 28, 2008
By Jason, SCS.com Staff Writer
This weekend’s college baseball preview focuses on the early SEC East impact series taking place in Columbia, South Carolina Friday through Sunday. The #14 Kentucky Wildcats make the trip to Sarge Frye Field to take on the #7 South Carolina Gamecocks. Both teams would like to keep pace with first place Florida or with a little help from LSU, maybe even overtake the top spot in east. Who will emerge from this....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW: SOUTH REGION
March 26, 2008
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
The top three seeds in the South - Memphis, Texas, and Stanford - have all advanced to the second weekend, with only fifth-seeded Michigan State making its way to the Sweet Sixteen via a slight upset over fourth-seeded Pittsburgh. What's left of the South features three major conference powers and the best team in the country not from one of the big six conferences. Texas, and even Memphis to a degree, have the....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW: MIDWEST REGION
March 25, 2008
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
Unlike the East where all four top seeds made the round of sixteen, only #1 seed Kansas and #3 seed Wisconsin were as fortunate in the Midwest. Tenth-seeded Davidson and twelfth-seeded Villanova each pulled a pair of upsets and have crashed the party. Can the Wildcats continue to roll when they take on KU in a Big East-Big XII brawl? And can Stephen Curry continue his hot shooting and get his pack of Wildcats past the....[MORE]

SCS.comSWEET SIXTEEN PREVIEW: EAST REGION
March 24, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
The 2008 NCAA Tournament's first weekend is behind us, and the East region's top four seeds have survived. Number one overall seed North Carolina will take on Washington State in one Sweet Sixteen battle, while Louisville and Tennessee will go head-to-head in another. The winners of those two games will meet with a Final Four bid and a trip to San Antonio on the line. So who has the edge in these Sweet Sixteen battles....[MORE]

SCS.comNCAA TOURNAMENT PREVIEW: SOUTH REGION
March 19, 2008
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
The South is loaded with star power this year and can easily lay claim to being the toughest region in the field. With names like Memphis, Texas, Stanford, Pittsburgh, and Michigan State lacing up and taking the floor for a chance to play in San Antonio, there is the potential for plenty of exciting matchups as the bracket plays out and moves to the later rounds. Memphis’s quest to finally get to a national championship....[MORE]

SCS.comNCAA TOURNAMENT PREVIEW: MIDWEST REGION
March 19, 2008
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
Probably the weakest of the four regions, the Midwest features national title contender Kansas as its top seed, followed by Georgetown as the number two. After the top two seeds, viewers will have perhaps the most intriguing opening round game with USC taking on Kansas State. However, this region is wide open. Teams like Vanderbilt have trouble winning on the road, Wisconsin is inept offensively, and Clemson just finally....[MORE]

SCS.comBATTLE FOR #65: A PREVIEW OF THE NIT & CBI
March 18, 2008
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
While the whole world turns its eyes onto the madness of the NCAA Tournament this time of year, the season has not ended for many of the teams just left out of the Big Dance. With such a soft bubble this season, the difference between the top 10 teams in the NIT tournament and the bottom 10 teams in the NCAA is really negligible. While some of these teams may have to deal with the disappointment of being left out....[MORE]

SCS.comNCAA TOURNAMENT PREVIEW: WEST REGION
March 18, 2008
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The brackets have been announced, the matchups have been set, and it looks like the West has drawn the easiest region of the four this March. The West Region drew an over-rated UCLA team as the 1 seed, the worst of the 2 seeds in Duke, a mid-major 3 seed in Xavier, and on top of that, I'm not too sold on Connecticut or Drake as contenders. However, there is one thing that I am sold on: with the weakness of this region, upsets....[MORE]

SCS.comNCAA TOURNAMENT PREVIEW: EAST REGION
March 17, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
The East regional is clearly this year’s most difficult bracket. North Carolina will face a challenge in its quest for a Final Four berth, and the Tar Heels drew an unlucky two-seed on the other side of the bracket in Tennessee, who was vying for a top seed before Saturday’s loss to Arkansas. Besides the top two, Louisville was a pre-season top 10 team and finished second in the Big East, Washington State and Notre Dame are....[MORE]

SCS.comA LAST-SECOND LOOK AT THE PROJECTED FIELD
March 16, 2008
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
The time is finally here. Today is Selection Sunday, and the Selection Show is just hours away. All week I have been in Atlanta for the SEC Tournament scouting the teams that will be in the NCAA Tournament, while also sorting through hundreds of teams to find the 65 that I think the Selection Committee will select this afternoon. So, with just a few hours left on the clock, here are my final projections as to which teams....[MORE]

SCS.comCHAMPIONSHIP WEEK WINDS DOWN
March 14, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Next week, everyone around you will be filling out NCAA tournament brackets. Hot shot know-it-alls will say they have the tournament figured out (the guy’s a genius for picking Memphis to win it all, right?), and people will announce their special first-round upset picks (seen on ESPN, of course). Unfortunately, the majority of bracket-goers next week probably don’t know a thing about college basketball. And they probably....[MORE]

SCS.comBEHIND THE SCENES AT 'ARCH MADNESS' 2008
March 11, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
I experienced life as a media member this weekend at the Missouri Valley Conference tournament. For the first time in my life, I was given media credentials for a sporting event. As I walked into the entrance of the media area at the Scottrade Center to pick up my press pass on Friday night, I had no idea what to expect. Where do I sit? Is there any proper etiquette I need to be aware of? Will anyone give me any trouble because....[MORE]

SCS.comCINDERELLA HOPEFULS LOOK TO LOCK UP BIDS
March 10, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the regular season over, it’s time to look ahead to conference tournaments. Over the weekend, several automatic bids were decided, and Monday through Wednesday, nine bids will be handed out to conference tournament winners. Some conferences, such as the West Coast Conference, feature teams familiar to hoops?fans, but part of the fun of Championship Week is watching the little guys from a conference....[MORE]

SCS.comONE FINAL WEEKEND TO SORT THIS MESS OUT
March 7, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
An entire regular season all comes down to this weekend, the final one of the 2008 college hoops campaign. Regular season conferences titles will be determined, bubble teams will make a final push to catch the attention of the NCAA tournament selection committee, and conference tournaments are finally underway in numerous leagues all around the country. It’s not March Madness yet, but it sure feels like it. Enjoy the final....[MORE]

SCS.comWHO THE BUBBLE TEAMS SHOULD ROOT FOR
March 5, 2008
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
After a wild weekend of hoops, the bubble list is rapidly changing. As teams continue to make their way on and off the list, one thing stays the same - who the bubble teams should cheer for. If I was a die-hard fan of a team that is on the bubble list, I would want to know what teams need to win and what teams need to lose to better improve my school's chances of making the Big Dance. Luckily, I have compiled a long and rather....[MORE]

SCS.comCONFERENCE TOURNEYS PROVIDE 2ND CHANCE
March 4, 2008
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
As we all know, there are two ways to receive a bid into the NCAA Tournament, have a solid enough season to garner an at-large berth or win your conference tournament. For the majority of the country, the latter is their only alternative with the season winding down; basically it is college basketball’s second season. Here is a preview of teams to keep an eye on that could burst some bubbles by shocking the college basketball....[MORE]

SCS.comMUCH TO BE DECIDED IN FINAL WEEK
March 3, 2008
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
The last week of college basketball’s regular season is here. There is just one more week to finalize conference tournament seedings, and one more week for bubble teams to make their cases for at-large bids. Several conferences will hold their tournaments this weekend, but for the rest of the nation, this is the final week to sort everything out. Of the six power conferences, we can only safely bet on Tennessee and....[MORE]

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