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  1. Duke Blue Devils once again a national title contender - College ...

    Seth Greenberg

    Seth Greenberg previews the best teams and players in the ACC in 2014-15. The Duke Blue Devils highlight the season ahead, while NC State is an early sleeper pick.

    Story | Conversation | April 15, 2014
  2. NBA decisions with biggest impact

    Seth Greenberg

    While some players -- including Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid and Marcus Smart -- already have declared for the NBA draft, others are still weighing the decision. Do they leave for the chance at a major payday and a spot on a professional roster? Or do...

    Blog | April 11, 2014
  3. How Wisconsin Badgers can beat Kentucky Wildcats - College Basket...

    Seth Greenberg

    Seth Greenberg outlines the keys to beating Kentucky ahead of its Final Four tilt versus Wisconsin. He sees the Badgers prevailing if they keep the Wildcats off the glass and hit shots from the perimeter.

    Story | Conversation | April 01, 2014
  4. Tourneys most impressive teams

    Seth Greenberg

    There's no doubt there have been a lot of top-notch performances so far in the NCAA tournament. Brackets across America were ruined when teams including Dayton, Stephen F. Austin and Mercer upset higher-seeded favorites. Other popular national title ...

    Blog | March 26, 2014
  5. Biggest weaknesses for top seeds

    Seth Greenberg

    Teams seeded on the 1- and 2-lines in the 2014 NCAA tournament earned those spots for a reason. Each program had top-notch records against both conference and nonconference foes, and got the job done on both ends of the floor. All eight have the pote...

    Blog | March 19, 2014
  6. Top players from nonmajor conferences

    Seth Greenberg

    In recent seasons we've seen teams like Wichita State, Butler and VCU come out of smaller conferences and make runs to the Final Four. On the way, each school defeated supposed giants and proved that teams don't necessarily need to be a household nam...

    Blog | March 05, 2014
  7. Ranking the nation's best sixth men

    Seth Greenberg

    Although it's crucial to have a talented and efficient starting lineup in college basketball, it's almost as important to boast depth. Bench players are integral pieces in a quest for a national title. Who will fill the void when someone gets in foul...

    Blog | February 26, 2014
  8. Why San Diego State is a legit contender

    Seth Greenberg

    When Steve Fisher took over at San Diego State in 1999, the school simply had a basketball team. Now it boasts one of the best programs in the West. It has one of the elite home-court advantages in the nation and a tremendous sense of ownership from ...

    Blog | February 18, 2014
  9. Can Pitt make a deep tourney run?

    Seth Greenberg

    The No. 25 Pittsburgh Panthers survived a less-than-inspired performance against Virginia Tech last week to set up a huge home game on Wednesday versus No. 1 Syracuse. This is a Panthers program that has been one of the most consistent in college bas...

    Blog | February 12, 2014
  10. Keys to success for Hoiberg, Iowa State

    Seth Greenberg

    Fred Hoiberg's transition from the NBA back to his alma mater has been seamless. The former Iowa State Cyclones legend and hometown hero (he is to Ames what Larry Bird is to Indiana) has the team once again positioned to be a tough out in the NCAA to...

    Blog | February 03, 2014
  11. Top 10 overlooked matchup nightmares

    Seth Greenberg

    Every night across America, coaches are devising game plans for their next opponent. And while they scout an entire team -- not just an individual -- sometimes there's a player just too good not to be the focus of their attention. These matchup ni...

    Blog | January 29, 2014
  12. Midseason scouting report: Kentucky

    Seth Greenberg

    No team or group of players has been under the microscope or analyzed more than this season's Kentucky Wildcats. The freshman class that some considered the best in the history of college basketball is now into its second season: conference play. The...

    Blog | January 21, 2014
  13. Louisville no lock for NCAA tournament

    Seth Greenberg

    There's no doubt that Louisville is one of the 68 best teams in college basketball, but after deducting automatic bids for the NCAA tournament, that number shrinks to 36. Do the Cardinals fall among that group? While they are a team with no bad losse...

    Blog | January 17, 2014
  14. Improvements for bubble teams

    Seth Greenberg

    There's no debating that Joe Lunardi is America's unquestioned bracketologist. Joey Brackets eats, breathes and sleeps RPI, BPI, strength of schedule and every other variable involved in the process. He was the S-Curve when it was a straight line. ...

    Blog | January 15, 2014
  15. Why odds are against Kentucky, Kansas

    Seth Greenberg

    Defining the DNA of a championship team in today's culture of college basketball is not an exact science, especially when it comes to age and experience. Two of the last three national champions -- Kentucky in 2012 and Connecticut in 2011 -- were amo...

    Blog | January 08, 2014
  16. Improvements for top title contenders

    Seth Greenberg

    With conference play about to start, we're at the point where we essentially know which teams have it, and which don't. However, unlike in recent seasons, there's no truly dominant group or anyone head-and-shoulders above everybody else. No team is w...

    Blog | January 03, 2014