The biggest teams: Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, Kansas, Michigan State. The list goes on. They're all playing in something major in college hoops this November.
The Gators, Monarchs, Hawks and Boilermakers will headline the November tournament in Connecticut.
Old Dominion answered a big three-pointer by Murray State to tie the game in the final seconds of Wednesday's NIT quarterfinals matchup with a running banked three for the win.
Putting the Flyers in Dayton is wrong for Dayton, bad for Boise State and just nonsensical in general.
With the way all of the teams at the back end of the field were clumped together, there were always going to be some surprises in this field. Here are eight of the biggest surprises and snubs in the field.
There are 60 games tomorrow, about two-thirds or which are of some importance. Where should you divert your eyes? Here's a quick preview.
Indiana knocked off Maryland and continues to rocket up the bracket
Kentucky is no longer your unanimous No. 1 team in the country, and the top-10 looks markedly different than it did just a week ago.
A less exciting slate than you'd expect, considering there are over 60 games.
A major shakeup in the AP Poll sees VCU re-enter the poll along with newcomers Seton Hall and Old Dominion

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