Another top-ranked team suffered a loss to an unranked opponent. Following in the footsteps of Kentucky and Duke, the Louisville Cardinals are the third top-ranked squad to fall to a team without a number next to its name—although they are the only one in this group to lose to a Power Five team.
Feast Week delivered in a huge way—in matchups and storylines. It brought upsets and big wins for multiple teams. One team went from unranked to the top five, while another team became the second top-ranked program to fall to an unranked mid-major squad in less than a month. We will sift through the carnage and bring you the 10 best teams after a full month of college hoops.
It’s Feast Week, and there are some terrific matchups in store for college basketball fans as we head into the Thanksgiving weekend.
It’s rivalry week across the ACC, with cross-conference matchups for most of the conference’s teams. One rivalry matchup that is within the conference, however, will decide the Coastal Division and who faces Clemson in the ACC Championship Game.
What a difference a week makes. Following Kentucky’s stunning upset defeat to Evansville last week, the Wildcats have fallen all the way out of our Power Rankings, after holding the top spot last week. In their place steps their bitter rival, Louisville, and they bring four pals from their conference in this week’s top 10. It’s still early in the season, but the ACC flavor in this week’s rankings is strong.
The game of the year in the ACC takes place Saturday afternoon. Overall it’s a sad state of affairs for the ACC in 2019. The conference has so little respect nationally that some pundits are foolishly theorizing that an undefeated Clemson team could be left out of the College Football Playoff.
Week 12 of the college footballs season is brimming with potential upsets, including an especially juicy game between Oklahoma and Baylor.
Join BetAmerica columnist Nick Roush as he examines five of the biggest lessons he learned during the topsy-turvy first week of 2019-2020 college basketball season.
We are through one week of the college basketball season, and many of the top teams in the nation are preparing to devour some cupcakes before we get to the meat of the season. However, we did get a few answers as to who the title favorites are after the first week, and some musical chairs will be played within our power rankings. Let’s get to it!
In Week 11, Clemson takes on North Carolina State as 32 point favorites. It’s been a theme throughout the season that Clemson lines are almost obscenely high, but they’ve proven fully capable of covering them on the strength of their offense. In order to cover high lines an outstanding ability to score points is necessary. Clemson is third in the country in yards per game and sixth in points per game, and this is with the throttle coming off well before the full four quarters are complete.