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The Baseketball Conferences Hurt Most By Realignment

As the realignment reality in college athletics rages on, most fans have focused on what it means to their preferred conference in the sport of football. What about basketball? Several big time college basketball conferences will take a big time hit as a result of realignment, including the likes of...

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North Carolina Peaking At the Right Time — This Week in College Basketball

By this time next week, the 68-team field for the NCAA tournament will be set. Between now and then, conference champions will be crowned, while bubble teams will attempt to record another win or two to try to sneak into the big dance. Here’s what’s happening this week in NCAA basketball:

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Pat Knight Goes Off On His Lamar Team [VIDEO]

In case you missed it, this is video of Lamar Cardinals head ocach Pat Knight going off on his team, especially his seniors, following a 62-52 loss to Stephen F. Austin, back on February 22.

Did the rant serve as motivation for the Lamar players? Well, they are 2-0 since, and are now 19-11 overall, and tied for first-place with McNeese St. in the Eastern Division of the Southland Conference.

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Sun Belt Tournament Preview – Bracket Two

UALR might come back down to earth. Then again, they might not.

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Thomas Robinson Propels Kansas – This Week in College Basketball

Top-ranked Kentucky and No. 2 Syracuse enter the final week of the regular season on extended win streaks and with just one loss each. Both teams figure to be in position for No. 1 regional seeds for the upcoming NCAA tournament. Here’s what’s happening in college basketball:

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Drew Gordon’s Big Games May Bring New Mexico a Ranking – This Week in College Basketball

It was not a good week for ranked teams from western states as No. 11 UNLV, No. 13 San Diego State and No. 21 St. Mary’s all suffered multiple defeats. Meanwhile, No. 1 Kentucky and No. 2 Syracuse continued to dominate their conferences. Here’s what’s happening in college basketball:

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Austin Rivers Carrying Duke Higher – This Week in College Basketball

Ninth-ranked Murray State’s 72-68 loss to Tennessee State on Thursday left the NCAA Division I men’s field with no undefeated teams. Meanwhile, four other top 10 teams — No. 3 Ohio State, No. 5 North Carolina, No. 6 Baylor and No. 8 Florida – also lost last week. Here’s the latest from the world of college basketball:

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Kentucky’s Anthony Davis Is Dominating the SEC – This Week in College Basketball

No. 7 Duke, No. 8 Kansas and No. 9 Michigan State all lost this week. Those defeats should clear the way for still-undefeated No. 10 Murray State (23-0, 11-0 Ohio Valley) to race further up the AP NCAA men’s basketball poll. Here’s what’s happening in college basketball this week:

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Jared Sullinger Leads Ohio State Higher in Polls – This Week in College Basketball

Two top five teams –  No. 2 Missouri and No. 5 Kansas — were upset victims last week, while No. 11 Murray State remained the nation’s only undefeated team. Here’s what happening in college basketball this week:

Team on the Rise: Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt (16-5, 5-1 SEC) has won 10 of 11 games, with the only blemish being a one-point overtime loss to then-No. 18 Mississippi St. The Commodore

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Kentucky Remains #1 in Two Major Polls

Kentucky remains number one in the nation in the latest AP and ESPN/USA Today polls.

Kentucky was a unanimous #1 in the ESPN poll and got 63 of 65 first place votes from the AP.

Syracuse, despite a controversial win over West Virginia on S

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