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Jabari Brown Starring In SEC

by Cameron Schott

Jan 29, 2014 3:55 PM

Jabari Brown has been one of the best players in the country who no one is talking about. Brown leads the SEC in scoring at 19.8 points per game and is making a case for Player of the Year honors within the conference. Read more »

Tags: Jabari Brown, Missouri Tigers, Southeastern Conference, NCAA

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Changing Pace With Conference Realignment

by Dan Hanner

Sep 19, 2013 12:22 PM

When it comes to pace-of-play, a teamís head coach is critical. In this edition, we look at the pace of play for each team in all of the major conferences. Read more »

Tags: USC Trojans, Syracuse Orange, Iowa Hawkeyes, Minnesota Gophers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Washington Huskies, American Athletic Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 Conference, Big East Conference, Big Ten Conference, Pacific-12 Conference, Southeastern Conference, NCAA

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Major Conference Tournaments Day 3

by Dan Hanner

Mar 15, 2013 2:37 AM

From Chaz Williams to Pierre Jackson to Jarred DuBois, several players made their mark on Thursday. Read more »

Tags: Pierre Jackson, Jarred DuBois, Chaz Williams, Baylor Bears, Iowa State Cyclones, Saint Joseph's Hawks, Richmond Spiders, Charlotte 49ers, Minnesota Gophers, Atlantic 10 Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 Conference, American Athletic Conference, Big Ten Conference, Pacific-12 Conference, Southeastern Conference, NCAA

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Comparing The Conferences

by Dan Hanner

The Pac-12 has been suffering through a long dark period. The Big Ten has been dominant (at least in the pre-conference schedule) for the last few years. Should we expect a change this year? Is the Pac-12ís slump over? Is the Big Tenís boom about to come to an end? Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 4

by Dan Hanner

Baylor broke through, Michigan and Tennessee had huge game tying 3's, but the true action on Friday took place in the A10. Read more »
2012 SEC Power Rankings

by RealGM Staff Report

Kentucky was as dominant statistically in SEC play as they were when watching five minutes of any of their 16 wins. Read more »
The SECís Most Prolific Offensive Players

by Dan Hanner

When you evaluate breakout players, donít just look at the per-game totals. Look at why the players improved. And when they are more efficient and more aggressive, give them the extra praise they deserve. Read more »
Rivalry Week Musings And More Conference Shuffling

by Dan Hanner

Breaking down Duke/North Carolina, Syracuse/Georgetown, Kansas/Baylor and Florida/Kentucky, along with which conferences are improving with the new round of shuffling. Read more »
The Audacity Of The NCAA On Ryan Boatright

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Ryan Boatright situation proves once again that the only third party allowed to profit off college basketball players is the NCAA itself and theyíll fight to the bitter end to ensure it stays that way. Read more »
Murray St., Surprise Leader Of The A-10, Tray Woodall And Assane Sene

by Dan Hanner

John Calipari paved the way for a non-BCS conference to receive a No. 1 seed in the tournament while with Memphis, but here's why Murray State doesn't have the same juice. Read more »
SEC Prospect Watch List

by Christopher Reina

The SEC has three of the top-four freshmen in the country in Anthony Davis, Michael Gilchrist and Bradley Beal to go with sophomores Patric Young and Terrence Jones. Read more »
Conference Expansion And Logic

by Dan Hanner

The conference carousel was believed to be over, but it resumed again with the possibility of Texas A&M going to the SEC. Hitting every tangent imaginable, here is why it matters to college basketball fans. Read more »
Who Is The SEC West Sleeper Team?

by Dan Hanner

Both Mississippi State and Arkansas are candidates to exceed expectations this season. Here are the arguments for and against their chances. Read more »
RealGM Interview: Patric Young Of Florida

by Erildas Budraitis

Patric Young was one of the bright spots for Team USA in the U19 World Championship and gives Billy Donovan reason for optimism. Read more »
How Schedule Expansion Impacts Making The Tournament

by Dan Hanner

Utah, Colorado and Nebraska will join new conference and impact the schedule length. Do the odds of making the NCAA tournament increase or fall with an 18 game schedule? Read more »
Draft Report: Brandon Knight Of Kentucky

by Christopher Reina

Brandon Knight has enough potential to become the best player from his class, yet he is much further down the pecking order in the Ďsure thingí department. Read more »
Important NCAA Injury Splits

by Dan Hanner

Michigan State, Pitt, Villanova, North Carolina and Seton Hall are just a few teams impacted with specific players either in or out of the lineup. Read more »
Surprises And Flops, Part 1

by Dan Hanner

Looking at the surprises and flops this season in the SEC, Big Ten, Pac-10 and Mountain West. Read more »
Conference Rankings (End Of Jan. Edition)

by Christopher Reina

As we have commonly seen in recent seasons, the Big East has been the deepest conference in the country. Read more »
Explaining The Upset: Alabama's Defense Smothers Kentucky

by Christopher Reina

Alabama unquestionably has one of the best overall defenses in the country and they used it to maximum effect in their 68-66 upset over Kentucky on Tuesday. Read more »