There are a few upset opportunities available on what looks to be a slow Wednesday night. Let's take a look.
You should know West Virginia (one stop from 15-0) is better than you think, Wisconsin's play brings the Spurs to mind and Iowa plays two sweet forwards.
Both Villanova and St. John's will look to avoid disastrous starts to their Big East seasons on Tuesday. Also, Minnesota needs a big win over Ohio State.
SMU and Cincinnati are looking strong in the American Athletic Conference, but the league has plenty of teams who could contend for the title.
Cincinnati's Mick Cronin will not coach the Bearcats the rest of the season while dealing with what the school described Friday morning as a "non-life threatening vascular condition known as arterial dissection."
Most of the country will enter conference play this weekend, which makes for some fascinating viewing appointments.
Even though there is no Anthony Davis protecting the rim, Kentucky's length and athleticism makes the Wildcats better overall on defense than the 2011-12 national champions.
The unruptured aneurysm is keeping Cincy's coach from traveling. But will he be ready for Saturday's conference-opener?
George Washington shocking Wichita State elevates the A-10 as a whole while UNLV's upset of Arizona shows just how dangerous Christian Wood can be.
Cronin will not coach Saturday's game against VCU.

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