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The Wichita State Match-Up Blueprint

by Jonathan Tjarks

Mar 11, 2014 1:52 PM

Wichita State has become one of the best programs in the country, regardless of conference affiliation. They want to get the game going up-and-down, where they have the advantage in terms of taking care of the ball and knocking down transition 3ís. Read more »

Tags: Fred VanVleet, Ron Baker, Cleanthony Early, Wichita State Shockers, Missouri Valley Conference, NCAA

Wichita State Continues Quest For Perfection

by Cameron Schott

Jan 17, 2014 1:49 PM

As one of only four undefeated teams in the country, Wichita State has the easiest path to an undefeated regular season with only Missouri Valley Conference opponents in the way. Arizona and Syracuse will face much tougher competition in the Pac-12 and ACC respectively. Read more »

Tags: Wichita State Shockers, NCAA

Recap Of Final Four Saturday

by Dan Hanner

Apr 7, 2013 1:57 AM

The Number One Offense will now meet the Number One Defense, but Syracuse and Wichita St. have nothing to hang their heads about. Read more »

Tags: C.J. Fair, Michigan Wolverines, Louisville Cardinals, Wichita State Shockers, Syracuse Orange, NCAA Tournament, NCAA

March Madness Through The NBA Lens (Round Of 64)

by Danny Leroux

While the NCAA Tournament has cachet all its own, one way of looking at the Tournament from the perspective of NBA talent evaluators. Here are the games and prospects most worthy of your attention for the round of 64. Read more »
2012 Missouri Valley Power Rankings

by RealGM Staff Report

Wichita State had a dominant season, losing just twice and have an FIC differential more than twice as great as a strong Creighton team. Read more »
Who Is Hot, Who Is Not

by Dan Hanner

When it comes to February in college basketball, some teams get better, the rest get left in the rear view mirror. Here are the teams that are surging and falling over their past 10 games. 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 »

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