The USA Today Coaches poll in college basketball features a lot of turnover this week, as six new teams enter the poll following a madness-filled Thanksgiving week.
Early season tournaments will mostly come to an end this weekend, as the Battle 4 Atlantis, Wooden Legacy, Advocare Invitational, NIT Preseason Tip-Off, Las Vegas Invitational and Barclays Center Classic all finish up. Here's what else to expect this weekend.
Four AP voters inexplicably left Miami off their ballots this week. Needless to say, they have been identified and bad-mouthed in the Poll Attacks.
Jakob Poeltl may well be the best all-around big man in college basketball.
Through the first four games of its season, it's undeniable that one of the most impressive teams in the country has been the Miami Hurricanes. The Canes beat No. 16 Utah 90-66 to advance to play Butler on Sunday.
Indiana freshman Thomas Bryant is making an early strong impression, Arizona pulls out a solid victory vs. Boise State plus other news and notes from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.
North Carolina's Hall of Fame coach, Roy Williams, scheduled a game at Northern Iowa so that senior Marcus Paige could play a game near his hometown of Marion, Iowa. But a preseason injury means Paige won't be healthy enough to play -- though he might be recognized in some creative way.
Early season tournaments get into full swing on Friday throughout the day, then continue on throughout the weekend. Here's what you can get excited about this weekend.
Miami is becoming a player in recruiting, Kentucky has a productive 24 hours, plus other news and notes from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.
Gonzaga was supposed to open its season last Friday. But that game was cancelled. So the Zags didn't officially play for the first time until late Wednesday, when they scored 91 points and dropped Northern Arizona to 0-3 this season.

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