DaJuan Coleman's status for the upcoming season is very much in question.
There are several matchups between potential NCAA tournament teams on Tuesday, including multiple games out in the Maui Invitational.
Even the most talented teams have question marks -- Jeff Borzello and Doug Gottlieb go through each of the title contenders and express their concerns.
There are several loaded frontcourts across the landscape, but which is the best? Kentucky and Kansas both make a great argument.
Syracuse added yet another piece to its deep and talented frontcourt on Thursday, when freshman Tyler Roberson was cleared by the NCAA.
Syracuse lost four of its top players a year ago and still went to the Final Four this past season. That would have been difficult to duplicate next year, but Jim Boeheim will only lose three after C.J. Fair decided to come back to school.
The Syracuse Orange routed Montana in the Round of 64, putting themselves in position for their fourth Sweet 16 in five years.
Boeheim and his peers have every right to call us out for stupid questions. However, the questions on Monday night weren't out of line, either. They were valid.
According to the Post-Standard, suspended Syracuse forward James Southerland won his appeal and is now cleared to play against St. John*s on Sunday.
Syracuse's James Southerland has been out the last four games with unspecified academic issues, and he will miss at least two more.

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