Jay Bilas introduces his inaugural Top 68 rankings, looking at the best college basketball teams through a combination of metrics and visual analysis. In the debut ranking, Syracuse leads, but Kentucky is close behind.
Scouts Inc. offers up its cheat sheet for the 2011 offensive line class, including the best tackles, guards and centers in a variety of position-specific categories and a ranking of all draftable prospects.
This is Joe Lunardi's 'Rundown' file, which serves as a complement to Bracketology. For the Jan. 24 edition, nine new teams have entered the field -- including the UCLA Bruins -- and Ohio State appears the front-runner for the No. 1 overall seed.
This is the "Tournament Odds/Rundown" component of Bracketology, where you learn more about Joe Lunardi's Monday postings. This week, there are 15 new arrivals (including Oklahoma State), and Kentucky has fallen off the No. 1 line.
Joe Lunardi looks deeper into his Jan. 3, 2011, Bracketology in this article. There are 10 new arrivals, and 10 off the board -- with 13 in the "also considered" category. On the No. 1 line, Kentucky looks good if it can dominate the SEC slate.
Joe Lunardi takes Bracketology even further with his Tournament Odds. Bracketology projects the bracket on that specific day, but Tournament Odds provides the likelihood your team will be dancing come Selection Sunday.
Sean Glennon threw a touchdown pass, George Bell ran for a score and No. 17 Virginia Tech's defense made it stand as the Hokies ran their winning streak to six games and beat Virginia 17-0 on Saturday.