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Vanderbilt Commodores

Good wins: Tennessee (twice), vs. Missouri, vs. Florida, at St. Mary’s, vs. Mississippi State, at Ole Miss Bad losses: at Georgia, at Western Kentucky, vs. South Carolina Strengths A.J. Ogilvy: He is no doubt the leader and go-to man for the Commodores. At 6-11, Ogilvy is a load inside. He averages 13.9 points, leads the… more »

SEC Mid-Season Review

How bad is the SEC? Entering conference play, many believed it to be the worst of the six major conferences. According to the overall RPI, the league hasn’t done much to prove that prediction incorrect. The SEC is fifth in the country in conference RPI, ahead of only the Big Ten. However, just one week… more »

The New Face of Illinois State Basketball

When comparing present and past recruiting bases, Illinois State basketball coach Tim Jankovich already surpasses former head man Porter Moser. In a city 130 miles from Chicago and 175 clicks from Indy, Moser went the rural route. He set his sights on kids from small towns in Missouri, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Jank’, on the other… more »

2007 Sweet 16 Predictions – East and Midwest

EAST No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 5 USC Of Note: Almost everyone figured Texas would cakewalk into this matchup with the Tar Heels (I wasn’t among them, having seen the Trojans on several occasions this year). But Tim Floyd’s crew crashed the party, thanks to a superb defensive effort against D.J. Augustin in a… more »

Reactions to the 2007 NCAA Tournament Bracket

General Comments: Selection Committee Chair Gary Walters has repeated in numerous interviews that this was the hardest field to select and seed that he has encountered in his five years on the Selection Committee. I agree wholeheartedly. The number of teams in contention for the last couple of at-large slots was already massive before all… more »

2007 Vanderbilt Commodores

To say the season started slowly for the Vanderbilt Commodores is a bit of an understatement. They walked off the Memorial Gymnasium floor dejected as they suffered a baffling 70-62 defeat to the Furman Paladins. It was the first time Vanderbilt had lost to a Southern Conference school since 1968. There was only one win… more »

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