Not everyone can play on a winning team in college basketball. After all there are only so many victories out there to be had. However, there are always still players worth recognizing on losing teams, even if they don't always get the national publicity they deserve. Welcome, to the All-Great Player, Bad Team Season roster.
No. 1s are the same, but Virginia, Purdue and Louisville are among the teams falling in the latest bracket.
The Bruins have shown flashes this year, but are they even NCAA tournament-worthy right now?
Tyler Ulis is the engine for powerful Kentucky, but the play of front-line cog Alex Poythress will go a long way in defining success for the Wildcats this season.
That George Washington-DePaul situation was a disaster. But you can get even Wednesday night thanks to Northern Iowa.
Washington State is 5-0 with five double-digit wins over eams ranked outside of the top 255 at KenPom this season. If the Cougars continue that pattern, we'll be rich.
The Big Ten-ACC Challenge finishes up on Wednesday, and a few other good matchups take place.
CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein looks at Holiday's instant impact, Auburn's tough schedule and Duke's unsettled frontcourt.
The Pac-12 is deeper than it has been in years and Cal has a shot at winning the title and ending Arizona's two-year streak of winning the regular-season championship.
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.

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