CBS Sports Network Analyst Jon Rothstein says it's a critical year for the Panthers, SMU gets some good news and tells you what to make out of scores from overseas.
On paper, the AAC looks comparable to the Big East in terms of potential NCAA bids for 2016. But will it get the national respect it deserves?
Our first look at the 2015-16 season in the American Athletic Conference begins with a review of the offseason talking points, from Memphis' transfer drama to UConn's big transfer in Sterling Gibbs.
Nunez joins Maryland transfer Roddy Peters and former Texas A&M guard Shawn Smith as potential key newcomers for the Bulls, who went 9-23 in 2014-15, next season.
USF's Anthony Collins and Dre Clayton will look for another school to play for next season, deciding Monday to transfer from the school.
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.
The AAC is entering an important three week stretch that could ultimately turn the the conference into a one-bid league.
The Huskies senior guard will step into the role Shabazz Napier had for the past couple of seasons. UConn: targeted as always.
Sam Cassell Jr. didn't make it at Maryland, but now that he's at Connecticut, the scorer might be just what the Huskies need.

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