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Big Ten Conference Championship Game
Date: Sunday March 11th, 2012
Time: 3:30pm EST
Preview: In Indianapolis, the eleven teams as part of the Big Ten Conference will get together for four days of basketball. This appears to be one of the most competitive conference tournaments in the country, as there are five teams that have a legitimate chance at winning this title. During the regular season, Michigan State, Ohio State and Michigan finished at the top, while Wisconsin and Indiana came in right behind. The tournament starts Thursday at 11:30, and in the four days 11 games are played. Thad Matta and the Ohio State Buckeyes have won back-to-back tournament titles, and three in the last five years, while reaching the title game four times. Last year, the sixth seeded Penn State Nittany Lions made a run, and reached the title game. Two years ago, the Buckeyes also beat a sixth seed, as Minnesota made a run, which fell short in the title game.

Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game
Date: Sunday March 11th, 2012
Time: 1:00pm EST
Preview: The Atlantic Coast Conference will play their annual conference tournament this weekend; with the final game being played Sunday afternoon. The regular season title went to the North Carolina Tar Heels, as they beat the Duke Blue Devils on the road Saturday afternoon. The two teams split during the regular season, but also both lost to the Florida State Seminoles. This tournament appears to be between those three teams; with the Virginia Cavaliers, Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Wolf Pack as dark horses. The tournament is being played at the home of the Atlanta Hawks, the Phillips Arena. Last season, the Duke Blue Devils downed the North Carolina Tar Heels by 17 at Greensboro Coliseum. Duke has won the tournament three straight seasons, and five out of the last seven. In those two years Duke did not win; the North Carolina Tar Heels took home the honors. The last team besides Duke and North Carolina to win the conference tournament was the Maryland Terrapins back in 2004.

Southeastern Conference Championship Game
Date: Sunday March 11th, 2012
Time: 12:00pm EST
Preview: In what is expected to be the least competitive of the major conference tournaments, the Southeastern Conference will play their championship game Sunday at noon. This tournament will be played in New Orleans for this season, while moving to Nashville next season. The Kentucky Wildcats are far and away the top team in the conference, as they finished the regular season unbeaten in conference play. Following Kentucky, the Vanderbilt Commodores and Florida Gators appear to be the next best, but with the Florida loss – they fell to the fourth seed. The tournament plays 11 games, with the first one coming on Thursday, and leading up to the title game on Sunday. In the history of the tournament, the Wildcats of Kentucky have won 27 titles. The next most belongs to the Alabama Crimson Tide, who have won 6. Kentucky has won the last two, after failing to win it in five straight seasons.

Big Twelve Conference Championship Game
Date: Saturday March 10th, 2012
Time: 5:00pm EST
Preview: In what is expected to be a very competitive tournament, the Big Twelve will play their conference tournament title game on Saturday evening. During the regular season, the Kansas Jayhawks once again took the title. Kansas needed a late rally at home to down Missouri in what was the conference title game. That loss, and a road loss at Iowa State were the lone two losses for the Jayhawks. At Christmas, both Missouri and Baylor had unbeaten records in non-conference games. Iowa State made an impressive run this season, and is the third seed in this tournament, while Kansas State and Texas round out the final six. The tournament starts on Wednesday and will conclude Saturday evening. The tournament has been going on since the 1997 season, where the Kansas Jayhawks won; along with the next two seasons. During the 15 year run of the tournament, the Jayhawks have won eight titles, while Oklahoma was three titles, Oklahoma State 2, while Iowa State and Missouri have one. This is the final season in the Big 12 for both the Missouri Jayhawks and Texas A+M Aggies.

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This Week's NCAA Basketball News & Other Notables

  • Wednesday January 20th, 2010
    Purdue snaps ugly three game losing streak.
                The Purdue Boilermakers got back on track Tuesday night in a 84-78 road win at Illinois. After trailing by four at halftime, the Boilermakers scored 56 second half points to come away with the win. The win for Purdue pushed them to 3-3 in Big Ten play, and 15-3 overall. JaJuan Johnson led the Boilermakers in scoring with 24 points, and he also grabbed 12 rebounds. Demitri McCamey led Illinois with 28 points.

  • Wednesday January 20th, 2010
    Uconn’s Calhoun takes medical leave of absence.
                Jim Calhoun, the head coach of the Connecticut Huskies will take a leave of absence from coaching. An undisclosed health condition has marred the 67 year old head coach. Calhoun had prostate cancer in 2003, and skin cancer twice, most recently in 2008. Associate head coach George Blaney will become the interim head coach for Connecticut. The Huskies are 11-6 this season, and have fallen out of the Top 25, after losing three straight games.

  • Wednesday January 20th, 2010
    Turner scores 20 and grabs 13 in Buckeyes win.
                The Ohio State Buckeyes used 20 points and 13 rebounds from Evan  Turner, in the 20 point win over the Northwestern Wildcats. Turner missed much of the month of December has returned and led Ohio State to three straight wins. Turner is averaging 18.6 points and 9.7 rebounds per game. Ohio State has moved to 4-3 in Big Ten play, and 14-5 overall.

  • Tuesday January 19th, 2010
    Boston College rallies to beat Miami.
                The Boston College Eagles outscored Miami by 14 points in the second half, to beat the Hurricanes 79-75. Boston College was led by Joe Trapani’s career high of 31 points. Trapani is scoring 15.2 points per game for the Eagles. Boston College with the win, moved them to 11-8 overall, and 2-3 in ACC, while Miami is now 15-4 overall, but 1-4 in conference play.

  • Tuesday January 19th, 2010
    Yellow Jackets use free throws to down Clemson.
                Zachery Peacock hit two free throws with just over 3 seconds to go, to lead Georgia Tech to a 66-64 win over Clemson. The Yellow Jackets with the win moved to 14-4 overall, and 3-2 in Atlantic Coast Conference play. The loss for Clemson dropped them to 15-4 overall, and 3-2 in conference play. Georgia Tech was led in scoring by Derrick Favors, with 17 points, and 14 rebounds.

  • Wednesday January 13th, 2010
    Turner pours in 32 in upset win over Purdue.
                Evan Turner scored 32 points; with 23 in the second half to upset the Purdue Boilermakers on Tuesday night. Turner also added nine rebounds in the third game back since missing a month with a fracture in his back. Robbie Hummel scored 35 points, with 29 in the first half, in the loss for the Boilermakers. Ohio State jumps to 2-2 in Big Ten play with the win, while Purdue is also now 2-2.

  • Wednesday January 13th, 2010
    Kentucky moves to 17-0 after beating Florida.
                The Kentucky Wildcats, in John Calipari’s first season as head coach moved to 17-0 on Tuesday. Kentucky freshman Eric Bledsoe scored a career high 25 points to help them stay unbeaten. Freshman stud John Wall finished the game with 19 points, despite starting slow. Patrick Patterson also added 15 points and 7 rebounds. Kentucky, along with Texas - remain unbeaten, and in the Top Two in the Associated Press poll. Florida, with the loss, dropped to 11-5 overall and 0-2 in SEC play.

  • Wednesday January 13th, 2010
    Colorado upsets Baylor.
                The Colorado Buffaloes upset the Baylor Bears Tuesday 78-71. The win for Colorado ended their nine game losing streak against teams ranked in the Top 25. Baylor came into the game ranked # 22 in the Associated Press poll. Colorado was led by Cory Higgins’ 18 points, and Marcus Relphorde’s 17. The Buffaloes are now 10-6 overall, while Baylor dropped to 13-2.

  • Tuesday January 12th, 2010
    Wake Forest beats Maryland in overtime.
                The Wake Forest Demon Deacons edged Gary Williams’ Maryland squad on Tuesday night; 85-83 in overtime. Wake Forest was led by Al-Farouq Aminu’s 24 points. The win for Wake Forest moved them to 12-3 overall and 2-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Maryland, in the loss, was paced by Grevis Vasquez’s 30 points. The Terrapins are now 10-5 overall and 1-1 in conference play.

  • Tuesday January 12th, 2010
    Northern Iowa wins 14th straight game.
                The Northern Iowa Panthers won their 14th straight game on Tuesday night, with a 52-50 win over Bradley. The win for the Panthers are off to their best start since going 19-1 to start the 1963-1964 season. The Panthers were led by Ali Farokhmanesh’s 14 points, and helped by Jordan Eglseder’s 11 points and 10 rebounds. The Panthers winning streak is the third longest in the NCAA; behind Kentucky and Texas.

  • Wednesday January 6, 2010
    Turner set to return for Ohio State.
    Ohio State Buckeyes stud Evan Turner is set to return to action on Wednesday night against the Indiana Hoosiers. Turner, who has been sidelined since December 5th leads the team in almost all offensive categories. Initially, doctors told Turner he would miss up to 8 weeks, but after 4.5 weeks, they have determined his bones in his lower back are healed properly. Ohio State lost both their Big Ten games on the road without Turner, and will look to beat up on an Indiana team that comes in at 7-6.

  • Wednesday January 6, 2010
    Purdue off to best start in school history.
    After blow-ing out West Virginia at home over the weekend, the Purdue Boilermakers, led by Matt Painter, continued their hot start with a 79-60 win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Boilermakers were led by Robbie Hummel’s 18 points. Purdue is off to their best start in school history; 14-0. Purdue will be looking to win their 15th straight on January 9th in Madison Wisconsin, against the Badgers.

  • Wednesday January 6, 2010
    Illinois blows out Iowa.
    The Fighting Illini of Illinois won their second straight Big Ten game, downing the Iowa Hawkeyes. Freshman D.J. Richardson scored 17 points to pace the Illini. The win, allowed the Illini to move to 2-0 in conference play for the first time since 2004-2005. The loss for Iowa dropped them to 0-3 in conference play, and 5-10 overall.

  • Tuesday January 5, 2010
    Georgia edges Georgia Tech.
    In a battle for state supremacy, the Georgia Bulldogs knocked off the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Trey Thompkins scored 20 points to lead Mark Fox’s Bulldogs to win. The win for Georgia continue their long time dominance over the Yellow Jackets at home. Georgia has won every meeting played at Stegeman Coliseum since 1976. Georgia Tech has already won 11 games this season, which is just one shy of their season total last year. Georgia Tech made just 3 of 12 shots from behind the arc in the loss.

  • Tuesday January 5, 2010
    Pittman leads Longhorns to win.
    Dexter Pittman was once again a stud for the Texas Longhorns, this time leading them to a 96-85 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks. The win for Texas moved them to 14-0 overall, one of four teams left in college basketball that has yet to lose. Pittman scored 21 points and ripped down 10 rebounds in the game. The loss for Arkansas dropped them to 7-8 overall. The Razorbacks upset the Longhorns last year, but have since won just 9 of 32 games. Texas will begin Big 12 play on Saturday, against Colorado. Arkansas’ next game will be on January 14th against Mississippi State.

  • # 1 Kansas holds off Memphis.
    The Kansas Jay Hawks left St. Louis late Tuesday night with a 57-55 win over the Memphis Tigers. Memphis, under new coach Josh Pastner, and without four starters from last years team, had an Elliot Williams three point shot at the buzzer bounce off the rim. Cole Aldrich led Kansas with 18 points and 11 rebounds for a Jay Hawks offense Bill Self said “stunk”. Williams led the Tigers with 21 points.

  • # 2 Michigan State escapes home win over Gonzaga.
    The Michigan State Spartans used a 45-36 second half to come away with a 75-71 home win over the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Gonzaga got off to a quick start, leading by double digits early but could not hold the lead late in the second half. The Spartans were led by Durrell Summers and Kalin Lucas, who had 21 and 19 points respectively. Gonzaga had four players in double figures, with Elias Harris and Robert Sacre scoring 17 each. The Bulldogs started the season unranked, but look to get votes in the next pool, after the solid road performance.

  • Louisville tops Arkansas.
    Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals opened their season with a 30 point blow-out win over the Arkansas Razorbacks. Reginald Delk scored 20 points off the bench for the Cardinals, and Jared Swopshire added 10 points and 11 rebounds. Rotnei Clarke scored 16 points for Arkansas, four days after scoring 51 points against Alcorn State in the season opener.

  • Iowa falls again.
    Bill Clark nailed a three point shot with 11.7 seconds remaining, as the Dukes of Duquesne upset Iowa 52-50. The loss for the Hawkeyes was their second in as many games to start the season. The Hawkeyes lost to Texas-San Antonio in their season opener. The 0-2 start for Iowa is their first since the 1970-1971 season. Damian Saunders scored 16 points, and grabbed 16 rebounds for the Dukes.

  • New Mexico beats New Mexico State.
    In the state rivalry, between New Mexico and New Mexico State, the Lobos beat the Aggies 97-87. Steve Alford’s team moved to 2-0 behind a career high 27 points from Phillip McDonald. McDonald made 8 of 15 shots, and was assisted by Roman Martinez with 24 points. Jahmar Young led the Aggies with 26 points; with 22 coming in the first half.

  • Razorbacks suspend five for season opener.
    The University of Arkansas suspended five basketball players on Tuesday, for their part in a rape complaint filed and also for violating team rules. Head coach John Pelphrey suspended guards Courtney Fortson and Stefan Walsh indefinitely, while Marcus Britt will sit six games, and Glenn Bryant two games. Walk-on guard Nick Mason will not dress for games the entire fall semester. In the rape complaint, an 18 year old freshman accused three basketball players of raping her August 27 at a frat house. The three players were noted as Britt, Bryant and Mason.

  • Top Ranked Jay Hawks cruise in exhibition final.
    The Kansas Jay Hawks used their last exhibition game to cruise past division 2 Pittsburg State. Head Coach Bill Self was very impressed with the play of several of his players; with Xavier Henry, Thomas Robinson and Elijah Johnson at the top of the list. Robinson played his best game of the pre-season scoring 17 points, while Henry scored 10 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. Kansas will start their regular season slate on Friday November 13th, when they host Hofstra.

  • Hawaii center Kurtz will miss first 6 games of season.
    The Hawaii Rainbows will be without their center Douglas Kurtz for the first six games, after the NCAA found out he played in three games of a professional league. The NCAA ruled him suspended and the team elected NOT to appeal the decision. The 7 foot center transferred from junior college in Iowa. Hawaii will open it’s season on Friday November 13th in their own Rainbow Classic against Southern Utah. Kurtz will be able to play his first game on December 6th against Lamar.

  • UNLV welcomes back 1990 team.
    The UNLV Running Rebels honored their 1990 Championship team during an exhibition game against Washburn on Tuesday. Greg Anthony and head coach Jerry Tarkanian received the loudest ovations on the night. Larry Johnson and Stacey Augmon, two of the top players on that team did not attend, due to other commitments. That year, UNLV beat Duke by 30 points in the championship game. That margin was the largest in a title game, in all of NCAA Men’s Basketball.
  • Seton Hall suspends Keon Lawrence indefinitely.
    Keon Lawrence, who transferred from Missouri to Seton Hall in 2008 has been suspended indefinitely. Lawrence was charged with driving while intoxicated on the Golden State Parkway. The Pirates will start their season on Friday November 13th, as they host St. Peter’s. Seton Hall plays a very weak non conference schedule, as their toughest opponents appear to be Massachusetts and  Temple.

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