Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2010-11 college basketball season, exclusively on Insider.
Welcome to the Big Dance Edition of Forde Minutes, where we find the bracket to be an absolute work of art.
John Calipari is preparing his unbeaten Memphis Tigers for Saturday's showdown against Tennessee. It was a dozen years ago that Calipari was in a similar position, writes Marty Dobrow.
Now that every schedule is out, it's time to grade the top teams. Memphis, UNC and Tennessee get As, but Washington State, Georgetown and Michigan State could have done more, writes Andy Katz.
The full schedules have yet to be released. But with some schools releasing their nonconference slates, it's time to take a look at what we know, writes Andy Katz.
Joe Lunardi breaks down all 65 teams in his 2007 NCAA Tournament Video Previews. Find your school and check out the competition as well.
UConn returned to the top spot in the latest ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll Monday.
Duke, UConn, Memphis, Villanova and Gonzaga are the top five in this week's coaches' poll.
After four weeks at No. 2, Duke has reclaimed the top spot.
Just four weeks after reappearing in the coaches' poll, the Vols (18-3) made their Top 10 debut. Currently riding a seven-game winning streak, Tennessee got wins at both Kentucky and Georgia last week to jump four spots to No. 10.
West Virginia (17-4), the only unbeaten team in Big East play, climbed one spot from 11th to 10th after beating Notre Dame and Cincinnati last week.
Duke, which suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, fell to No. 2 in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll for the first time all season. UConn jumped to No. 1.