College Basketball power rankings + weekly preview coming soon!


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It’s been a month since college basketball has returned to us and the wait for some great NCAA basketball is over. With college football wrapping up their championship weekend and heading into bowl games, we as fans of our Alumnis can now turn our focus on the hoops.

Let’s be honest, an article like this should have been done before the season even tipped off, but the writers here at Fourth Quarter Sports have still been providing you some great content to read will continue to do so. We do apologize for having a lot of football heavy topics, but I hope you have enjoyed them, as we will continue to provide that content, but promise for more college basketball as well.

With that, I would like to introduce you to two different article topics you will have available to you.

The first will be a power ranking of the top 25 teams, including those teams who have dropped out of the top 25 and those who are on the bubble.

The second article will be a weekly preview of important games to keep an eye on. It will kind of be like what I have provided you with for football, but with more games over a weekly period.

Each of these articles will be provided to you by Sunday and Monday of each week. All feedback is welcomed! So please don’t shy away from giving us your opinion about where you think a team should be ranked (if at all), and also how they will fair against their opponents in the coming week.

Find out tomorrow when you tune back in for more college basketball talk and see where we will start off after a month or so of hoops already being played!


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  1. December 2, 2018

    […] to personally apologize for the lack of focus on the college basketball rankings. As I said in the introduction yesterday, we will be giving you our power rankings of the top 25 in the world of college […]

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