The league that gave us Norfolk State two years ago has a team this year that's even better. And worthy of a No. 14 seed.
As conference play winds down, where does each league's title race stand? We go conference-by-conference.
Fairly light slate on Monday, but there are two top-10 teams in action, as well as some intriguing mid-major and bubble action.
Busy Saturday afternoon in college basketball, with Iowa and Xavier getting the highlight wins. Melvin Ejim and Marcus Foster also stole the show.
There aren't too many truly marquee games this weekend, but there are a ton of bubble games as well as a couple of intriguing battles at the top of the Big Ten standings.
Monday is light overall, but has two marquee games: Duke at Pittsburgh, and Oklahoma State at Oklahoma.
Two marquee games headline the weekend: Villanova at Syracuse, and Louisville at Kentucky.
After looking at the top 11 conferences, we provide a complete breakdown of the other 21 leagues. Here's the best teams and players to watch.
The MEAC is sending a program to the NCAA tournament that hasn't been to the Big Dance in almost two decades. North Carolina A&T defeated Morgan State 57-54 in Saturday night's conference title game. They're going crazy in Greensboro, North Carolina!
Can Norfolk State continue to roll through the MEAC with an undefeated record?

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