Kansas has looked great so far and is in my opinion the best team in the nation right now. They have beaten Michigan State and Tennessee, two top-10 teams, at neutral sites and have a good win over Marquette. Lagerald Vick and Dedric Lawson are stars and so is Udoka Azubuike, when he’s on the floor. Azubuike is playing just about 20 minutes per game right now, sixth on the team, mostly due to foul trouble. Quentin Grimes and Devon Dotson have looked really good and actually play a fairly similar style. Kansas is in the top 7 in KenPom adjusted offensive and defensive efficiency and do just about everything well. Stanford took them to overtime last Saturday but Lagerald Vick carried Kansas to a win and the Jayhawks stayed perfect. Kansas’ next big game is December 15th against Villanova. Continue Reading!
As we’ve come to another season of college basketball it seems that this year is one of the deepest fields we have ever seen. Although Duke is currently a cut above, there is no shortage of challengers. Below I give my dark horse teams that could shock the world come March. Continue Reading!
With two conventional blue blood, and rather long shots, my Final Four predictions border on downright insane. Before the action begins Wednesday with the First Four, let’s look at the four teams I believe will make it to San Antonio.
No surprise here. Jay Wright has built a national powerhouse at Nova and look for it to be more of the same this year. The Wildcats have an absurd 6 players scoring in double figures, led by junior guard Jalen Brunson with 19 ppg. The Wildcats are the team to beat coming out of the East. I expect Alabama to give Nova a scare in the second round but for the most part the Cats should tear right through this side of the bracket, as Purdue is their only feasible competition; and even they have been less than impressive at times. See The Full Four Here!