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Sweet 16 West Region: Preview, Top Players and TV Schedule

Can Duke's championship pedigree help them advance to the Final Four out of a loaded West Region?
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Sweet 16 West Region: Preview, Top Players and TV Schedule

The West Region of this year’s Sweet 16 definitely isn’t hurting for storylines. Duke is college basketball royalty with a king for a coach looking another Final Four appearance. Oregon, the No. 1 seed, is still fighting for respect outside of the paper tiger that is the Pac-12.

2016 NCAA Tournament: Ranking the Sweet 16 Teams

Cinderella has been sent home, as college basketball's big boys flood Sweet 16, led by No. 1 overall seed Kansas
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2016 NCAA Tournament: Ranking the Sweet 16 Teams

The first week of the NCAA Tournament has come and gone, and we have cut down the field to the Sweet 16. Northern Iowa, Stephen F. Austin and Middle Tennessee tried their best to  play the role of Cinderella, but the clock has struck midnight on the mid-majors, as the Sweet 16 has turned into a battle of the college basketball big boys — including a record six ACC teams.

Has The College Basketball Recruiting Landscape Leveled Out?

Many of the Class of 2015's top recruits opted not to sign with traditional powerhouse programs
The college basketball recruiting landscape is leveling the playing field.

With only a few unsigned prospects left in the 2015 class, recruiting analysts can begin to evaluate the top classes. But this year might make it a little more difficult than in years past. The top prospects of this class have not chosen the national powerhouses as in previous years, instead opting to sign with the underdogs. So with that, could the college basketball recruiting landscape finally be leveling out enough to provide more contenders for this year's national championship?


10 College Rivalries Killed by Conference Realignment

Please, please, please bring back these classic rivalries
10 college rivalries ended by conference realignment

Thanksgiving hasn’t been the same since the Texas A&M and Missouri started hanging out with the SEC. Or since West Virginia and Pitt started rolling with the Big 12 and ACC, respectively.


Conference realignment ended a handful of traditional rivalries, either because of scheduling conflicts or acrimonious relationships.


In other words, no more Texas-Texas A&M. No more Backyard Brawl. No more Border War.


SEC Second-Half Predictions and Midseason Review

Magnolia State Magic Dominates the SEC
SEC Second-Half Predictions and Midseason Review

We have learned to expect the unexpected in college football, but no one could have seen this coming. At the midpoint of the college football season, the two schools from Mississippi are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 nationally, and Dak Prescott from Mississippi State is the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy. Simply amazing.

Midseason Reviews and Second-Half Predictions

SEC Takeaways: Thompson's patience rewarded, Georgia's frustrations continue, UK's QB emerges

South Carolina is back in business
SEC Week 3 Takeaways

There was high drama in Columbia, where South Carolina recorded yet another win over its SEC East rivals from Athens. Georgia had ample opportunity to post a huge win, but once again the Bulldogs couldn’t get it done in a big spot. Elsewhere, Kentucky was impressive in a loss while Florida was a bit of disappointment in a win. And Missouri, the team that everyone forgets about, is really good again.