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I'm on the road following the bouncing ball the next three weeks. This week, it's Orlando, where I'll see the defending champs and the current No. 1
Syracuse's Jerami Grant has started off great, as has Pittsburgh's Lamar Patterson. And figure on Maryland coming on strong in February.
Last season was a banner one for the A-10, which sent five programs to the Big Dance. How good can it be this year with a lot of unpredictability in this league?
Bittersweet stuff today, as we give you the season finale of the Wednesday podcast with myself, Jeff Goodman and Gary Parrish. Let's put a bow on it the way you expect us to: with insults, disagreements, tangential stories and occasional college basketball talk. I'm lampooned yet again.
Oregon has won its first two NCAA tournament games by a combined 30 points
Doug Gottlieb helps you fill out your final bracket, picking the likes of Oregon and Davidson to spring upsets.
Saint Louis is going to be a team that no one wants to face in the NCAA tournament.
Charlotte sophomore guard Pierria Henry took a shot to the chest from Saint Louis' Jordair Jett late in the second half of Friday's Atlantic 10 quarterfinal at Barclay's Center. Henry not only left the game, he was taken to the hospital for further testing. "I haven't learned anything yet," Charlotte coach Alan Major said. "They're very concerned, to be quite honest with you."
Where will USC turn in its head coach hiring process? The answer to that question could provoke several additional questions from around the world of college hoops.

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