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#NBCMustFollow College Hoops Directory

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Here we are, the start of the 2012-2013 season a mere hours away. In this age of the Internet we live in, trying to keep up with the pulse of your favorite sport is impossible without aggregated lists, formula calculators, and status updates.

But, what you’re about to read will change the way you follow college basketball. Below is unquestionably the most extensive, exhaustive list of college basketball references on the internet. You do not want to tackle the college hoops world in 2012-2013 without this comprehensive media directory.  If you are a fan of college hoops, this is a must-have tool to help you navigate the collegiate hardwood terrain.

NOTE: If you find a mistake or a dead link, or if you know of a site that we may have missed, contact Troy Machir on Twitter @TroyMachir, use the hashtag #NBCMustFollow or leave a comment below.

CBT 2012-2013 College Basketball Media Directory

National Writers/Analysts
– Eric Angevine – NBC Sports College Basketball Talk@stfhoops
– Nicole Auerbach – USA Today – @NicoleAuerbach
– Jeff Borzello – CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Recruiting  – @JeffBorzello
– Rob Dauster – NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk, Sports Illustrated@RobDauster
– Seth Davis – Sports Illustrated – @SethDavisHoops
– Mike DeCourcy – The Sporting News – @tsnMike
– Andy Glockner – Sports Illustrated – @AndyGlockner
– Jeff Goodman – CBS Sports – @GoodmanCBS
– Doug Gottlieb – CBS Sports@GottliebShow
– Jeff Eisenberg – Yahoo Sports’ The Dagger – @JeffEisenberg
– Ryan Fagan – Sporting News – @Ryan_Fagan
– Pat Forde – Yahoo Sports – @YahooForde
– Raphielle Johnson – NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk@RaphielleJ
– Dan Martin – NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk@DanielJMartin_
– Matt Norlander – CBS Sports’ Eye on College Basketball – @MattNorlander
– Eric Prisbell – USA Today@EricPrisbell
– Gary Parrish – CBS Sports – @GaryParrishCBS
– Jon Rothstein – CBS Sports – @JonRothstein
– Mike Rutherford – SB Nation – @CardChronicle
– Pete Thamel – Sports Illustrated@SIPeteThamel
– Dan Wetzel – Yahoo Sports – @DanWetzel
– Luke Winn – Sports Illustrated – @LukeWinn
– Dan Wolken – USA Today – @DanWolken

The Worldwide Leader
– Stephen Bardo – ESPN – @stephenbardo
– Jay Bilas – ESPN Jay Bilas Blog – @JayBilas
– Paul Biancardi – ESPN Recruiting@PaulBiancardi
– Eamonn Brennan – ESPN College Hoops Nation – @EamonnBrennan
– Dan Dakich  – ESPN Experts Blog@DanDakich
– Jimmy Dykes – ESPN – @JimmyDykesLive
– Sean Farnham – ESPN@SeanFarnham
– Fran Fraschilla – ESPN Experts Blog – @FranFraschilla
– John Gasaway – ESPN@JohnGasaway
– Mike Humes – ESPN – @MikesHumesESPN
– Andy Katz – ESPN – @ESPNAndyKatz
– Jason King – ESPN – @jasonkingespn
– Joe Lunardi – ESPN BracketologyLunardi Blog – @ESPNLunardi
– Jack McCluskey – ESPN Boston@Jack_McCluskey
– Brett McMurphy – ESPN – @McMurphyESPN
– Myron Medcalf – ESPN College Hoops Nation– @MedcalfbyESPN
– Dana O’Neil – ESPN – @ESPNDanaOneil
– Robbi Pickeral – UNC Blog – @bylinerp
– Reggie Rankin – ESPN Recruiting  – @ReggieRankin
– Mike Rothstein – Wolverine Nation@MikeRothstein 
– Dave Telep – ESPN Recruiting – @DaveTelep
– Dick Vitale – ESPN Vitale – @DickieV
– Jay Williams – ESPN Experts Blog – @RealJayWilliams
– ESPN Hoops Rumor Central (Link) – @CBBRumorCentral
– HoopSpeakU (Link)  – @HoopSpeakU

The Big Blogs
– CBS Sports’ Eye on College Basketball Blog (Link)
– @EyeonCBB@MattNorlander@JeffBorzello@GaryParrishCBS@GoodmanCBS

– College Chalktalk (Link)
– @CChalkTalk – @RoadieRodecker@CDiSano44@KCrossizballin, @IanNolan, @KateAlexisLee

– NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk (Link)
@MikeMillerNBC@TroyMachir@RobDauster@DanielJMartin_@RaphielleJ@David_Hartin@EricAngevine, @Terrence_Payne

– Rush the Court (Link)
@RushTheCourt@ZTHayes09@Murawa@BJoyce_Hoops, @JstevCBB, @EvanJacoby@DSpewak 

– Rant Sports (Link)
@TheArenaPulse@David_LaRose@Fischsportsline@ChrisMolicki@TheTrevorLowry, @JosephNardone

– Run The Floor (Link)
@RunTheFloor@HLHoops@BearcatsBlog@SpiderBandwagon

– SB Nation (Link)
– @CardCronicle@JeremyMauss@DryanBball@NickFasuloSBN

-Yahoo Sports’ The Dagger (Link)
@YahooDagger@JeffEisenberg@RyanMGreene 

The Blogs
– A Daly Dose of Hoops (Link) – @DalyDoseofHoops, @JadenDaly
– Ballin’ is a Habit (Link)  – @Ballinisahabit@RobDauster@TroyMachir
– Basketball Predictions (Link) – @BPredict
– Best Basketball Blog (Link) – @TheDennisBerry
– Blogging The Bracket (Link) – @DobberSBN
– Busting Brackets (Link) – @BustingBrackets@TheBlakeLovell, @Evan_Williams_
– College Fantasy Basketball Insider (Link) – @CFHInsider, @PerryMissner
– College Basketball Talk (Link) – @cbballtalk
– College Hoops Digest (Link) – @NCAAHoopsDigest
– College Hoops Haven (Link) – @CollegeHoopsGuy
– College Insider (Link) – @CollegeInsider
– College Sports Madness (Link) – @CSMadness, @Sportspinata
– Crashing the Dance (Link) – @CrashtheDance
– Hoopville (Link) – @Hoopville, @PhilKasiecki, @RFloriani
– Hoop Vision (Link) – @Hoopvision68, @Jsperber10
– JTM Basketball Blog (Link)- @JTMBasketball
– RealGM.com (Link) – @RealGM@DanHanner, @MikeAScotto
– Roundball Direct (Link) – @RoundballDirect
– Storming the Floor (Link) – @stfhoops
– The Backboard Chronicles (Link) – @TBBchronicles, @David_Harten
– The Back Iron (Link) – @4QuartersRadio
– The Bottom’s Line College Basketball Report (Link) – @AndyBottoms
– The College Hardwood (Link) – @GaryMoore21156
– The Hoops Report (Link)- @theHoopsReport
– The Mid-Majority (Link) – @MidMajority

Recruiting
– Basketball Elite (Link)
– CBS Sports’ Eye on College Basketball Recruiting (=”http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/recruiting/blog/eye-on-college-basketball-recruiting” target=”_blank”>Link) – @JeffBorzello
– Coast 2 Coast Recruiting (Link) – @C2CRecruiting – @NealNieves@BPadilla3
– ESPN Recruiting (Link) – @RecruitingNation@ReggieRankin@DaveTelep@PaulBiancardi, @JoelFranESPN
– Future 150 (Link) – @BFlinnFuture150
– Hoopniks (Link) – @Hoopniks
– JuCo Junction (Link) – @JuCoJunction@Swanny1973
– NBE Basketball Report (Link) – @NBEsports@RonBailey19@RFloriani@RayMern
– New England Recruiting Report (Link) – @FinkelsteinNERR
– Northstar Basketball (Link) – @NorthStarBBall
– Premier Ball (Link) – @PremierB/all
– Recruit Recon (Link) – @RecruitRecon – @NDKendrick_RR
– Rivals.com (Link) – @EBossHoops@3starMeyer
– Scout.com Hoops (Link) – @EvanDanielsFox@JoshGershon,  @BSnowScout
– Steve Jones – Courier-Journal@SteveJones_CJ
– The Recruit Scoop (Link) – @TheRecruitScoop
– USA Today High School Sports (Link) – @USATodayhss@JayJayUSAToday

Specialists and References
– Blogging the Bracket (Link) – @DobberSBN
– Blue Ribbon – 
Blue Ribbon Yearbook – @BlueRibbonSport – @CDortch 
– Bracketville (Link) – @BracketGuyDave
– Bylaw Blog (Link)- @BylawBlog, @John_Infante
– College Hoopedia (Link) – @CollegeHoopedia
– CollegeRPI.com (Link)- @JPPalmCBS
– Division-III – D3 Hoops – @D3Hoops
– Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective (Link) – @JohnEzekowitz
– RealGM.com (Link) – YetAnotherBasketballBlog– @DanHanner
– Sports Reference: College Basketball (Link)
– Stat Sheet (Link)
– The Bracket Board (Link) – @Bracketboard
– The Bracket Project (Link)
– The Church of Bracketology (Link) – @CoBracketology
– The Tourney Bubble (Link) – @TourneyBubble


Subscription Services

– 247Sports.com (Link)
– Basketball Prospectus (Link)- @JohnGasaway@AudacityofHoops@CJMoore
– Basketball State (Link) – @BBstate
– KenPom Ratings (Link) – KenPom Blog – @KenPomeroy
– ESPN Insider (Link)
– Rivals.com (Link)
– Scout.com (Link)

NBA Draft
– Draft Express (Link)- @DraftExpress, @DraftExpress2, @KNelsonDX, @DerekBodner, @WalkerBeeken, @HoopData
– NBADraft.net (Link) – @NBAdraftnet
– NBADraftBlog (Link) – @NBADraftBlog
– NBA Prospects (Link) – @NBAProspectBlog
– Swish Scout (Link) – @SwishScout

General Sports Talk
– Barstool Sports (Link) – @Barstool_Sports
– Busted Coverage (Link) – @BustedCoverage
– Deadspin (Link) – @Deadspin, @BarryAP1 @BubbaProg, @Emmacargo
– Grantland (Link) – @TobaccoRdBlues
– Lost Letterman (Link) – @LostLetterman
– Sports by Brooks (Link) – @SPORTSbyBROOKS
– The Big Lead (Link) – @TheBigLead@JasonLisk, @CRM_Stephen

Other CBB Twitter Lists
The @CBTonNBC Twitter List for the Must-Follow Database
Run The Floor: The Top-16 CBball Players to Follow on Twitter
Run The Floor: The 189 Most Followed CBball Coaches on Twitter
Beyond the Bets: Ultimate College Basketball Beat Writer Twitter List
Summit Madness: Summit League Social Media List

Blogs & Beats – Regions & Conferences
– America East – One Bid Wonders  – @OneBidWonders
– America East – A-Extra@AmericaEast
– America East – Mike Singelais and Tim Wilkin – Times Union – @MarkSingelais, @TJwilkin
– Atlantic Coast Conference – ACC Mania – @ACCmania
– Atlantic Coast Conference – ACCSports.com – @ACCSports
– Atlantic Coast Conference – All Sports Discussion@HokieSmash, @TalkinACCSports
– Atlantic Coast Conference – Brett Friedlander – Wilmington Star-News – @Starnewsacc
– Atlantic Coast Conference  – Brett Strelow – Fayetteville Observer – @bretstrelow
– Atlantic Coast Conference – J.P. Giglio – Raliegh News and Observer – @JPGiglio
– Atlantic Coast Conference – Stephen Schramm – Fayetteville Observer@Stephenschramm
– Atlantic Coast Conference – David Teel – Newport News Daily-Press – @DavidTeelat
– Atlantic Coast Conference – Andrew Jones – Fox Sports South@AJonesFoxSports
– Atlantic Coast Conference – SCACCHoops.com – @SCACCHoops
– Atlantic Coast Conference – Thee Sports Blog@TheeSportsBlog
– Atlantic Coast Conference – Greensboro News-Record@DavidCMorrison, @EddieWooten
– Atlantic Coast Conference – ACC Sports Journal@thedevilwolf
– Atlantic-10 – College Chalktalk – @IanrNolan, @CChalktalk
– Atlantic-10 – Pickin’ Splinters – @PickinSplinters
– Big East – Big East Hoops – @BigEastHoops
– Big East – Big East Coast Bias – @becb_sbn, @Mengus22, @NickFasuloSBN
– Big Sky  – Big Sky Basketball – @BigSkyBball
– Big Ten – Big Ten Geeks – @BigTenGeeks
– Big Ten – Delany’s Dozen@DelanysDozen
– Big-XII – Big 12 Hoops@BigXIIHoops
– Big XII – The Big XII Basketball Blog
– Boston metro area – Boston.com@GlobeColleges
– Colonial Athletic Association – CAA Hoops – @CAAHoops
– Colonial Athletic Association – The CAA Zone – @CAAZone
– Colonial Athletic Association – Star News Online – The Dub Hub@BGMull
– DMV metro area – Matt Bracken – Baltimore Sun@MattBracken
– DMV metro area  – Ben Standig – CSN Washington – @BenStandig
– DMV metro area – Bobby Bancroft – Washington CBS Local – @BobbyBancroft
– DMV metro area – Brendan Darr – Washington CBS Local@BrendanDarr
– DMV metro area – Patrick Stevens –D1scourse – @d1scourse
– Horizon League – On The Horizon
– Horizon League – The Horizon League – @BillPotter_HL – @HorizonLeague
– Horizon League  – Horizon League Hoops – @HLHoops
– Ivy League – The 14-game Tournament – @IvyBball
– Kansas City metro area – Curtis Kitchen – @CurtisKitchen
– Kansas City metro area – Sean Keeler – Fox Sports Midwest@SeanKeeler
– Kentucky – AllKYhoops – @Awireman
– Kentucky – Rich Bozich – WDRB-41 Louisville@RickBozich 
– Kentucky – Eric Crawford – WDRB-41 Louisville@EricCrawford
– Mid-American Conference – Hustle Belt – @Hustlebelt
– Mid Majors – Mid-Major Madness@Mid_Madness
– Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference – Keepin’ Track of the MAAC – @MAACHoopsScribe
– Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference – Pickin’ Splinters – @PickinSplinters
– Milwaukee Metro Area – Brew City Hoops@BrewCityBall
– Missouri Valley Conference – Mark Emmert – Des Moines Register – @MarkEmmert
– Mountain West Conference – Mountain West Connection – @JeremyMauss
– New Jersey metro area – NJ Hoops Haven – @NJHoopsHaven
– New Jersey metro area – Brendan Prunty – The Star Ledger – @brendanprunty
– New Jersey metro area – Mike Vorkunov – The Star-Ledger – @Mike_Vorkunov
– NYC metro area – Big Apple Buckets – @NYbuckets, @Pioneer_Pride
– NYC metro area – Sean Brennan – New York Daily News
– NYC metro area – Dick Weiss – New York Daily News – @NYDNDickWeiss
– NYC metro area – Adam Zagoria – Zagsblog.comsNY.TV – @AdamZagoria
– Ohio Valley Conference – OVC Ball – @OVCBall
– Pac-12 Conference – Pac Hoops – @PacHoopsab
– Pac-12 Conference – Pacific Takes – @PacificTakes
– Patriot League – Hoop Time – @HoopTime 
– Patriot League – Pickin’ Splinters@PickinSplinters
– Philadelphia metro area – Jonathan Tannenwald – Philly.com – @Pretzel_Logic
– Philadelphia metro area – Philahoops.com – @Philahoops, @Aaron_Bracy
– Philadelphia metro area – City of Basketball Love@HooopLove215, @JMverlin, @KMattio
– San Francisco Bay area – Jon Wilner – San Jose Mercury-News – @Wilnerhotline
– SEC – Mike Herndon – AL.com – @Mike_PR
– Summit League – Summit Madness – @SummitMadness
– The Carolinas – Blue Vs. Blue – @BluevsBlue
– The Carolinas – Tobacco Road Blues
– The Carolinas – Observations from Above the Rim – @RonGreeneJr@JPGiglio@DavidScott14@_AndrewCarter
– The Carolinas – Ron Greene Jr. – Charlotte Observer@RonGreeneJr
– The West – The Upset Blog – @TheUpset, @Zagacious
– Western Athletic Conference – Parsing The WAC

NOTE: If you find a mistake or a dead link, or if you know of a site that we may have missed, contact Troy Machir on Twitter @TroyMachir, or leave a comment below. 


Beat Writers – Team Specific

– Alabama – Andrew Gribble – AL.com – @Andrew_Gribble
– Alabama – Mark Edwards – Tennessee Valley Now  – @DailyEdwards
– Alabama – Dan Kausler Jr. – Birmingham News@Tide_Source
– Alabama-Birmingham – Steve Irvine – Birmingham News – @SteveIrvine04
– Appalachian State – App State Nation@AppStateNation 
– Arizona – Patrick Finley – Arizona Daily Star – @patrickfinley
– Arizona – Tracy McDannald – GoAZCats.com@TracyGOAZCATS
– Arizona – Bruce Pascoe – Arizona Daily Star@BrucePascoe
– Arizona – Christopher Wuensch – Tuscon Citizen@BearDownAndBlog
– Arizona State – Doug Haller – Arizona Republic – @DougHaller
– Arkansas – Robbie Neiswanger – Arkansas News Bureau – @NWARobbie
– Arkansas – Matt Jones – Northwest Arkansas Media – @NWAmatt
– Arkansas-Little Rock/Arkansas-Pine Bluff – Troy Schulte – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette@TroySchulteADG
– Auburn – Jon Solomon – Birmingham News@JonSol
– Auburn – Joel Erickson – Birmingham News@JoelAEricksonAU
– Baylor – John Werner – Waco Tribune-Herald – @JohnWernerTrib
– Baylor – Brice Cherry – Waco Tribune-Herald@BriceCherry
– Boise State  – Brian Murphy – Idaho Statesman@MurphsTurph
– Boston – Full Court Press – Boston Daily Free-Press@BuBballBlog
– Bowling Green – John Wagner – Toledo Blade@Jwagnerblade
– Bowling Green – Jack Carle – Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune – @JnCarle
– Bradley – Dave Reynolds – Peoria Journal-Star – @DaveReynolds2
– Buffalo – Amy Moritz – The Buffalo News@TBN_Moritz
– Butler – David Woods – Indy Star – @Davidwoods007
– BYU – Jay Drew – Salt Lake Tribune – @drewjay
– BYU – Brandon Gurney – Deseret News@BrandonCGurney
– California – Jonathan Kuperberg – Daily Californian – @JonathanKupe
– California – Jeff Faraudo – Bay Area News Group – @CalBearsBANG
– Central Florida – Iliana Limon – The Orlando Sentinel – @OSKnights
– Central Michigan – Nate Schneider – Central Michigan Morning Sun@NateJSchneider
– Charleston – Andrew Miller – Charleston Post and Courier – @APMiller_PandC
– Charlotte – David Scott – The Charlotte Observer – @DavidScott14
– Cincinnati – Bill Koch – Cincinnati Enquirer@BillKoch
– Cincinnati – Paul Dehner Jr. – GoBearcats.com – @PaulDehnerjr
– Clemson – Travis Sawchik – Charleston Post & Courier – @Travis_Sawchik
– Clemson – Greg Wallace – Anderson Independant-Mail – @AimClemson
– Cleveland State – Elton Alexander – Cleveland Pains-Dealer
– Coastal Carolina – Ryan Young – Myrtle Beach Sun-Times@RyanYoungTSN
– Colorado – Tom Kensler – Denver Post@TomKensler
– Colorado – Ryan Thorburn – Boulder Camera – @RyanThorburn
– Cornell – Ed Boulat – Ithica Journal@ED_IJsports
– Creighton – Steve Pivovar – Omaha World Herald – @PivOWH
– Dayton – Doug Harris – Dayton Daily News @DDN_UDsports
– Detroit Mercy – Tom Markowski – Detroit News@PrepSportsGuy
– Drake – Tommy Birch – Des Moine Register@TommyBirch
– Duke – Andrew Carter- Raleigh News & Observer – @_AndrewCarter
– Duke – Laura Keeley – Raleigh News & Observer@LauraKeeley
– Duke – Stephen Wiseman – Durham Herald-Sun@StevewisemanNC
– Duquesne – Jenn Menendez – Pittburgh Post-Gazette@JennMenendez
– Evansville – Jonathan Litner – Evansville Courier-Press@ECP_Litner
– Florida – Kevin Brockway – Gainesville Sun – @KevinBrockway
– Florida – Edgar Thompson – Orlando Sentinel@EdgarThompson
– Florida State – Coley Harvey – Orlando Sentinel@OS_ColeyHarvey
– Florida State – Brian Landman – St. Petersburg Times – @BrianLandman
– Florida State – Patrik Nohe – Miami Herald@PatrikNohe_
– Fresno State – Robert Kuwada – Fresno Bee@FresnoB
– Georgetown – Liz Clarke – Washington Post@LizClarktweet
– Georgia – Chip Towers – Atlanta Journal-Constitution@AJCGA
– Georgia Tech – Ken Sugiura – Atlanta Journal-Constitution –  @AJCGTech
– Gonzaga  – Jim Meehan – Spokesman-Review@SRJimm
– Hawaii – Dayton Morinaga – Warriors Insider – @WarriorInsider
– Hawaii – Brian McInnis – Honolulu Star-Advertiser – @Brian_McInnis
– Hawaii – Stephen Tsai – Honolulu Star-Advertiser – @StephenTsai 
– Houston – Jeffery Martin – Houston Chronicle – @JMartinChron
– Houston – Joseph Duarte – Houston Chronicle@Joseph_Duarte
– Idaho – Josh Wright – Idaho Spokesman-Review@SR_JoshWright
– Illinois – Shannon Ryan – Chicago Tribune – @sryantribune
– Illinois – Marcus Jackson – Illinois HQ@MarcusJ_HQ
– llinois State – Jim Benson – The Pantagraph@Pg_Benson
– Indiana – Terry Hutchens – Indianapolis Star – @IndyStar_Hutch
– Indiana – Jeff Rabjohns – Indiana Rivals – @JeffRabjohns
– Indiana – Zach Osterman – Inside Indiana@ZachOsterman
– Indiana State – Todd Golden – Terre Haute Tribune-Star@TribStarTodd
– Iowa – Scott Dochterman – Cedar Rapids Gazette@ScottDochterman
– Iowa – Pat Harty – Des Moine Register@HawkCentral
– Iowa – Steve Batterson – href=”http://qctimes.com/sports/basketball/college/big-10/iowa/” target=”_blank”>Quad City Times – @HawkeyeManiaQ
– Iowa State – Bobby La Gesse – Aimes Tribune@BobbyLaGesse
– Iowa State – Randy Peterson – Des Moine Register@RandyPete
– James Madison – Courtside – @MarkRSelig
– Kansas – Matt Tait – Laurence Journal-World – @Mctait
– Kansas – Gary Bedore – kusports.com – @garybedore
– Kansas – Rustin Dodd – Kansas City Star@RustinDodd
– Kansas State – Kellis Robinett – Kansas.com – @KellisRobinett
– Kentucky – John Clay – Lexington Herald-LedgerJohn Clay’s Sidelines – @johnclayiv
– Kentucky – Brett Dawson – Cats Illustrated – @BDawsonRivals
– Kentucky – Kyle Tucker – The Courier-Journal – @KyleTucker_CJ
– Kentucky – Jerry Tipton – Kentucky.com – @jerrytipton
– Kentucky – Larry Vaughts – Danville Advocate Messanger – @Vaughtsviews
– Lafayette – Tom Hinkel – Lehigh Valley Express-Times@TomHinkelLVL
– La Salle – Explorer’s World – Philadelphia Inquirer
– Lehigh – Tom Hinkel – Lehigh Valley Express-Times – @TomHinkelLVL
– Long Beach State – Bob Keisser – Press-Telegram@BobKeisser
– Louisiana State – Randy Rosetta – New Orleans Times-Picayune – @RandyRosetta
– Louisville – Tim Sullivan – Courier-Journal – @TimSullivanCJ
– Louisville – C.L Brown – Courier-Journal@CLBrown_cj
– Marquette – Michael Hunt – Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel@MichaelHuntMJS
– Maryland – Alex Prewitt – Washington Post@Alex_Prewitt
– Maryland – Jeff Barker – Baltimore Sun@SunJeffBarker
– Massachusetts – Harry Plumer – Massachusetts Republican – @HarryPlumer
– Memphis – Jason Smith – Memphis Commercial Appeal – @TheCAJasonSmith
– Memphis – John Martin – Memphis Commercial Appeal@JohnMartinCA
– Memphis – Geoff Calkins – Memphis Commercial Appeal@Geoff_Calkins
– Memphis – Kyle Veazy – Memphis Commercial Appeal – @kyleveazey
– Maimi (FL) – Manny Navarro – Miami Herald – @Manny_Navarro
– Maimi (FL) – Steve Gorten – South Florida Sun-Sentinel@SGorten
– Miami (OH) – Rick Cassano – Cox Ohio Media@RickCassano
– Michigan – Nick Baumgardner – MLive.com – @NickBaumgardner
– Michigan – Mike Rothstein – Wolverine Nation – @MikeRothstein
– Michigan – Marc Snyder – Detroit Free-Press – @Mark_Snyder
– Michigan – Rod Beard – Detroit News@DetNewsRodBeard
– Michigan State – Matt Charboneau – Detroit News@DetroitNewsMSU
– Michigan State – Diamond Leung – Mlive.com – @Diamond83
– Michigan State – David Mayo – Grand Rapids Press – @David_Mayo
– Michigan State – Joe Rexrode – Lansing State Journal – @JoeRexrode
– Middle Tennessee – Adam Sparks – The Tennessean – @AdamSparks
– Minnesota – Amelia Rayno – Star-Tribune – Gold In the Barn Blog – @AmeliaRayno
– Minnesota – Marcus Fuller – St. Paul Pioneer-Press – @GophersNow
– Mississippi – Hugh Kellenberger – Jackson Clarion-Ledger – @HKellenbergerCL
– Mississippi State – Brad Locke – Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal – @BradLocke
– Mississippi State – Brandon Marcello – Clarion Ledger – @bmarcello
– Missouri – Terez Paylor – Kansas.com@TerezPaylor
– Missouri – Steve Walentik – Columbia Daily Tribune – @Steve_Walentik
– Missouri State – Lyndal Scranton – Springfield News Leader – @LScranton
– Montana State – Gidal Kaiser – Bozeman Daily Chronicle@GidalKaiser
– Nebraska – Lee Barfknecht – Omaha World-Herald – @OWHBigRed
– Nebraska – Brian Rosenthal – Lincoln Journal-Star@HuskerExtraBR
– Nevada – Chris Murray – Reno Gazette-Journal – @ChrisMurray – @MurrayRGJ
– New Mexico – Geoff Grammer – Albuquerque Journal – @GeoffGrammer
– New Mexico State – Jason Groves – Las Cruces Sun-News – @JPGroves
– North Carolina – Andrew Carter- Raleigh News & Observer – @_AndrewCarter
– North Carolina – Robbi Pickeral – UNC Blog – @bylinerp
– North Carolina State – On The Dunk – @OnTheDunk
– North Carolina State – Joe Giglio – Charlotte Observer@JWGiglio
– North Texas – Brett Vito – Denton Record-Chronicle – @BrettVito
– Northern Iowa – Mark Emmert – Des Moine Register@MarkEmmert
– Northern Iowa – Carson Tigges – Cedar Falls Courier – @CarsonTigges
– Northwestern – Teddy Greenstein – Chicago Tribune – @teddygreenstein
– Notre Dame – Brian Hamilton – Chicago Tribune – @chitribhamilton
– Notre Dame – Mark Lazerus – Chicago Sun-Times@MarkLazerus
– Oakland – Paul Kampe – The Oakland Press – @PaulKampe
– Ohio – Jason Arkley – Athens Messenger@JasonAMessenger
– Ohio State – Bob Baptist – Columbus Dispatch – @BBaptistHoops
– Ohio State – Doug Lesmerises – Cleveland Plain Dealer@PDBuckeyes
– Oklahoma – John Shinn – Norman Transcript@John_Shinn 
– Oklahoma State – John Helsley – The Oklahoman@JJHelsley
– Old Dominion – Ed Miller – The Virginian Pilot – @EdMillerVP
– Oral Roberts -Jimmie Tramel – Tulsa World  – @JimmieTramel
– Oregon – Adam Jude – Oregonian@A_Jude
– Oregon State – Kevin Hampton – Corvalis Gazette-Times@HamptonKevin
– Penn State – David Jones – Harrisburg Patriot-News – @DJonesHoops
– Pittsburgh – Ray Fittipaldo – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette@RayFitt1
– Providence – Kevin McNamara – Providence Journal – @KevinMcNamara33
– Purdue – Jeff Washburn – Lafayette Journal Courier – @JeffWashburnJC
– Richmond – John O’Connor – Richmond Times-Dispatch – @RTDjohnoconnor
– Rhode Island -Kevin McNamara – Providence Journal@KevinMcNamara33
– Rutgers – Brendan Prunty – The Star Ledger – @brendanprunty
– Rutgers – Mike Vorkunov – The Star-Ledger – @Mike_Vorkunov
– Saint Joseph’s – Marc Narducci – Philadelphia Inquirer – @SjNard
– Saint Louis – Tom Timmermann – St. Louis Post-Dispatch – @TomTimm
– San Jose State – Jon Wilner – San Jose Mercury-News – @Wilnerhotline
– Seton Hall – Brendan Prunty – The Star Ledger – @brendanprunty
– Seton Hall – Mike Vorkunov – The Star-Ledger – @Mike_Vorkunov
– South Alabama – Tommy Hicks – Mobile Press-Register@TommyHicksPR
– South Carolina – Willie Smith – Greenville News@Willie_t_Smith
– South Dakota State – Terry Vandrovec – Argus Leader – @TerryVandrovec
– South Florida – Greg Auman – St. Petersburg Times@GregAuman
– Southern Illinois – Todd Hefferman- The Southern Illinoisian – @Todd_Hefferman
– Stanford – Jon Wilner – San Jose Mercury-News – @Wilnerhotline
– St. Bonaventure’s – J.P. Butler – Oleans Times-Herald@JPButler10
– Syracuse – Mike Waters – Post-Standard – @PSbasketball
– Syracuse – Jared Smith – SBnation New York@JaredSmithCNY
– Temple – Keith Pompey – Philadelphia Inquirer@PompeysGridlock
– Tennessee – Mike Griffith – Knoxville News Sentinel – @MGrif32
– Tennessee – Wes Rucker – GoVols247 – @WesRucker247
– Tennessee – Evan Woodbery – Go Vols Extra@TennesseeBeat
– Tennessee – Brendan Quinn – Knoxville News-Sentinel@BFQuinn
– Texas – Chuck Carlton – Dallas Morning News@ChuckCarltonDMN 
– Texas A&M – Brent Zwerneman – San Antonio Express-News@BrentZwerneman
– Texas Christian – Stefan Stevenson – Forth Worth Star-Telegram@FollowTheFrogs
– Texas Tech – Nick Kosmider – Lubbock Avalanche-Journal@AJ_NickKosmider
– Troy – Tommy Hicks – Mobile Press-Register – @TommyHicksPR
– UCLA – Miguel Melendez – Los Angeles Daily News@MelendezSports
– UCLA – Chris Foster – Los Angeles Times@CFosterLAtimes
– UConn – Kevin Duffy – Connecticut Post@KevinRDuffy
– UConn – Don Amore – Hartford Courant – @amorecourant
– UConn – David Borges – New Haven Register@DavidBorges
– UNC-Wilmington – Brian Mull – Star News Online – @BGMull
– UNLV – Taylor Bern – Las Vegas Sun – @TaylorBern
– Utah – Bill Oram – Salt Lake Tribune@OramB
– Utah – Tony Jones – Salt Lake City Tribune@TonyontheUtes
– Utah State – Kraig Williams – Deseret News  – @DesNewsKraig
– Valparaiso – Michael Osipoff – Post-Tribune@MichaelOsipoff
– Vanderbilt – Jeff Lockridge – The Tennessean – @JeffLockridge
– Villanova – Joe Juliano – Philadelphia Inquirer@JoeJulesInq
– Villanova – Terry Toohey – Delaware County Times@TerryToohey
– Virginia – Mark Giannotto – Washington Post – @CavsJournal
– Virginia – Michael Phillips – Richmond Times-Dispatch@MichaelPRTD
– Virginia – Douglas Doughty – Roanoke Times@DDoughtyonAir
– Virginia – Whitelaw Reid – Daily Progress@WhiteysWorld365
– Virginia Commonwealth – Quinn Casteel – Commonwealth Times@QCasteel
– Virginia Tech – Mark Giannotto – Washington Post – @HokiesJournal
– Virginia Tech – David Teel – Newport News Daily-Press – @DavidTeelatDP
– Wake Forest – Dan Collins – Winston-Salem Times@MyTakeOnWakeWSJ
– Washington – Percy Allen – Seattle Times – @PercyAllen
– Washington State – Christian Caple – Spokesman-Review@ChristianCaple
– West Virginia – Mike Casazza – Charleston Daily Mail@MikeCasazza
– Western Carolina – Purple and Gold
– Western Kentucky – Chad Bishop – Bowling Green Daily News – @MrChadBishop
– Wichita State – Paul Suellentrop – The Wichita Eagle – @Paulsuellentrop
– Winthrop – Bret McCormick – Rock Hill Herald@Bretjust1T
– Wisconsin – Jeff Potrykus – Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal@JayPo1961
– Wisconsin-Green Bay – Rob Demovsky – Green Bay Post-Gazette@RobDemovsky
– Wyoming – Cowboy Chronicles – @RPGagliardi
– Xavier – Shannon Russell – Cincinnati.com@SLRussell 

NOTE: If you find a mistake or a dead link, or if you know of a site that we may have missed, contact Troy Machir on Twitter @TroyMachir, or leave a comment below. 

Team-Specific Blogs
– Alabama – ESPN Tide Nation – @GregO_ESPN
– Alabama – Bamahoops Basketball Blog
– Alabama – Bama Hammer@Bama_Hammer
– Alabama – Roll ‘Bama Roll – @RollBamaRoll, @MattDover
– Appalachian State – App State Nation@AppStateNation 
– Arizona – Zona Zealots@ZonaZealots
– Arizona – Arizona Desert Swarm – @AZdesertswarm
– Arizona – Point Guard U – @UofAPointGuardU
– Arizona State – House of Sparky – @HouseofSparky
– Arizona State – Wired Devils Blog@WiredDevils
– Arkansas – Arkansas Expats – @ArkansasExpats
– Arkansas – Hog Wild Sports@HogWildSports
– Arkansas – Razorbackers@HogManInLA
– Arkansas Little Rock – Burn the Horse – @BurnTheHorse
– Auburn – College And Magnolia@CollegeAndMag
– Auburn – Fly War Eagle@AU_Sheridan
– Auburn – Track ‘Em Tigers – @TrackEmTigers
– Auburn – War Blog Eagle @WarEagleReader
– Baylor – Our Daily Bears – @OurDailyBears
– Baylor – Thee Bears@TheeBears
– Boise State – The Daily Bronco – @DailyBronco
– Boise State – One Bronco Nation Under God@OBNUG
– Boston – BU Hoops Blog
– Boston College – The Heights@HeightsSports
– Boston College – BC Interruption – @BCinterruption
– Boston College – Soaring To Glory@SoaringtoGlory
– Bowling Green – Orange and Brown Blog@OrangeandBrown
– Buffalo – Bull Run – @UBBullRun
– Butler – Victory Firelight – @ButlerVictory
– Butler – Bark of Hinkle – @BarkofHinkle, @Colin_OConnor
– BYU – Vanquish the Foe – @VanquishTheFoe 
– California – California Golden Blogs – @GoldenBlogs
– California – Golden Bear Lair@GoldenBearLair
– Central Michigan – Road To Respect@DanMonson
– Charleston – King Kresse – @King_Kresse
– Charlotte – Green Tinted Glasses – @GTGblog
– Chattanooga – Mocs Mania! – @MocsMania
– Cincinnati – Down the Drive – @DownTheDrive
– Cincinnati – Bearcats Blog – @Bearcatsblog
– Citadel – The Sports Arsenal@SandlapperSpike
– Clemson – Shaking the Southland – @ShakinSouthland
– Clemson – Tigernet@TigerNet
– Cleveland State – Let’s Go Vikes – @LetsGoVikes
– Cleveland State – Cleveland State Hoops@CSUVikingsHoops
– Coastal Carolina – Coastal Fans@CoastalFans
– Colorado – The Ralphie Report – @RalphieReport
– Colorado – AllBuffs.com – @AllBuffs
– Cornell – Cornell Basketball Blog – @Cornell_BB_Blog
– Creighton – White and Blue Review – @whitebluereview@wildjays
– Dayton – The Blackburn Review – @blackburnreview
– DePaul – Under The El@UnderTheEl
– DePaul – DePaul Blue Demons Under The L Blog@DePaulAthletics
– Detroit Mercy – Detroit Titans Blog@DetroitTitans
– Drexel – Dragon Ball – Philadelphia Inquirer
– Duke – Ball Durham –  @BigDukeBallsCom
– Duke – Blue Devil Nation – @BlueDevilNation
– Duke – DukeBlog – @Dukeblogger
– Duke – Duke Blue Planet – @Dukeblueplanet
– Duke – DukeHoopBlog – @DukeHoopBlog, @ClykinsBlog
– Duke – Duke Report – @DukeReport
– Duke – Duke Basketball Report
– Duke – Devils in Durham@DevilsinDurham
– Duquesne – Yuku Dukes Sports Blog@StevefromYukuDU
– East Carolina – Bonesville@Bonesville
– Eastern Michigan – Eagle Totem@EagleTotemBlog
– Eastern Washington – Eagle Eye Hoops – @EWUEagleEye
– Eastern Washington – EWU Hoops Blog – @SamBoynton
– Florida – Alligator Army – @AlligatorArmy
– Florida – Gator Country@GatorCountry
– Florida – Hail Florida Hail@HailFloridaHail
– Florida State – Tomahawk Nation – @TomahawkNation
– George Mason – George Mason Basketball Blog – @GMUHoops
– George Washington – Colonial Hoops – @ColonialHoops
– Georgetown – Casual Hoya – @CasualHoya
– Georgetown – Hoya Prospectus
– Georgia – Dawg Sports – @DawgSports
– Georgia – Dawn Of The Dawg@DawnoftheDawg
– Georgia Tech – From The Rumble Seat – @FTRS_LilBroey
– Gonzaga – The Slipper Still Fits – @Slipperstillfit
– Harvard – The Back Page@THCSports
– Hawaii – Warriors Insider – @WarriorInsider
– Hofstra – Defiantly Dutch@DefiantlyDutch
– Idaho – Vandal Nation – @VandalNation
– Illinois – Champagne Room@Champagne_Room
– Illinois – A Lion Eye
– Illinois – Writing Illini@WritingIllini23
– Illinois – Illinois Loyalty – @illinoisloyalty
– Illinois-Chicago – Whoosh.Net
– Indiana – The Crimson Quarry – @CrimsonQuarry
– Indiana – IUSports.com@IUsportscom
– Indiana – The CrimsonCast@CrimsonCast
– Indiana – Inside The Hall – @InsideTheHall
– Indiana – Hoosier State of Mind@HoosierMovement
– Indiana – Hoosier Scoop@DustinDopriak
– Iowa – Black Heart, Gold Pants – @BHGP
– Iowa – Hawkeye Drive – @TheBStiles
– Iowa State  – Clones Confidential@ISUConfidential
– Iowa State – Wide Right and Natty Light – @WideRTNattyLT
– IUPUI – Student On Sports – @Redzoneiupui
– James Madison – JMU Sports Blog – @JMUSportBlog
– James Madison – Courtside – @MarkRSelig
– Kansas – The Phog Blog
– Kansas – Rock Chalk Talk – @RockChalkTalk
– Kansas – Rock Chalk Jay Blog – @KansasSports
– Kansas – The Shiver – @KUtheShiver
– Kansas – Through The Phog – @ThroughThePhog
– Kansas State – Bring on the Cats– @BringOnTheCats
– Kansas State – Jug of Snyder@JugofSnyder
– Kentucky – A Sea of Blue – @AseaOfBlue
– Kentucky – Kentucky Sports Radio – @KYSportsRadio, @DrewFranklinKSR, @ThomasBeisner, @MattJonesCBB
– Kentucky – Wildcat Thunder Blog
– Kentucky – Spam’s Wildcat Page – @SpamHate
– Kentucky – True Blue Kentucky – @MarcMaggard
– Kentucky – Wildcat Blue Nation – @WildcatBlueNatn
– Kentucky – Nation of Blue – @UKNationofBlue 
– La Salle – Explorer Basketball Blog
– Long Island-Brooklyn – Blackbirds Hoops Journal@NelCastBHJ
– Louisiana State – And The Valley Shook – @ValleyShook
– Louisiana State – Death Valley Voice@MoreLSU3
– Louisville – Card Chronicles – @CardChronicle
– Louisville – Big Red Louie@TheBigRedLouie
– Louisville – Bird Swag@BirdSwag
– Louisville – Card Game – @UofLCardGame
– Louisville – The Card Connect@TheCardConnect 
– Loyola-Marymount – LMU Lions Roar – @LMUBasketball
– Maine – The Black Bear Pit
– Marquette – Cracked Sidewalks – @CrackedSidewalks
– Marquette – The Anonymous Eagle – @AnonymousEagle
– Marquette – Paint Touches – @PaintTouches
– Marshall – Marshall Thundering Blog – @MarshallTBlog
– Maryland – Testudo Times – @Testudo Times
– Maryland – Terrapin Station – @TerpStationMD
– Maryland – Turtle Waxing@TurtleWaxing
– Massachusetts – UMass Basketball Blog – @UMassBasketball
– Massachusetts – UMass Nation – @UMassNation
– Memphis – Inside Memphis Basketball – @UofMTigersHoops
– Miami (FL) – The State of The U – @TheStateoftheU
– Miami (FL) – All Canes Blog@AllCanesBlog
– Miami (FL) – Canes Warning@CanesWarning
– Michigan – UMHoops.com – @UMHoops
– Michigan – MgoBlog.com – @MgoBlog
– Michigan – Maize N’ Brew – @MaizenBrew
– Michigan – Go Blue Wolverine@GBMWolverine
– Michigan State – The Only Colors – @TheOnlyColors
– Michigan State – Spartan Avenue@Spartan_Avenue
– Minnesota – Gopher Hole@GopherHole
– Minnesota – From The Barn – @FromTheBarn
– Minnesota – The Daily Gopher – @TheDailyGopher
– Minnesota – Late Night Hoops@JBbauer612
– Mississippi – Red Cup Rebellion – @RedCupRebellion
– Mississippi – Ole Hotty Toddy
– Mississippi State – For Whom the Cowbell Tolls – @MStateSports
– Missouri – Rock M Nation – @RockMNation
– Montana – Griz Blog
– Mount St. Mary’s – The Mount Fan Blog  – @TheMountFanBlog
– Navy – The Birddog – @NavyBirdDog
– Nebraska – Corn Nation – @CornNation
– Nebraska – Husker Corner@HuskerCorner
– Nebraska – Husker Hoops Central@HuskerHoops
– New Mexico State – Basketball Groves
– New Mexico State – Bleed Crimson – @AgsBleedCrimson
– North Carolina – Tarheel Fan Blog – @tarheelfanblog
– North Carolina – Carolina March – @CarolinaMarch@TarHeelWire
– North Carolina – The Truth About Duke
– North Carolina – Keeping It Heel – @Keeping_It_Heel
– North Carolina – Inside Carolina@InsideCarolina
– North Carolina State – Statefansnation.com – @Statefansnation
– North Carolina State – The Wolfpacker@TheWolfpacker, @RyanTice
– North Carolina State – On The Dunk – @OnTheDunk
– North Carolina State – Backing the Pack – @AkulaWolf@Omega_Wolf
– North Carolina State – Pack Pride – @Austin_Johnson
– North Carolina State – Riddick & Reynolds – @RnR_NCSU
– North Texas – Mean Green Nation@Meangreennation
– Northeastern – WRBB Sports – @WRBBSports
– Northern Illinois – Red and Black Attack – @RABAttack
– Northwestern – Sippin’ on Purple – @SippinOnPurple
– Northwestern – Welsh-Ryan Ramblings
– Northwestern – Fire Bill Carmody – @FireBillCarmody
– Northwestern – Carmody Court
– Notre Dame – Slap The Sign@SlapTheSign
– Notre Dame – One Foot Down – @OneFootDown
– Notre Dame – NDnation.com
– Ohio – Bobcat Attack@BobcatAttack
– Ohio State – Land Grant Holy Land – @LandGrant33
– Ohio State – Eleven Warriors – @11W
– Ohio State – Scarlet And Game@ScarletAndGame
– Oklahoma – Cream and Crimson Machine – @CCMachine
– Oklahoma – Stormin’ In Norman@StorminInNorman
– Oklahoma State – Cowboys Ride for Free – @CowboysRFF
– Oregon – Addicted to Quack – @AddictedtoQuack, @AtqDave
– Oregon – The Duck Stops Here
– Oregon – The Autzen Zoo – @Autzen_Zoo 
– Oregon State – Beaver Byte@OS_Beaver
– Oregon State – Building the Dam – @BuildingTheDam
– Penn State – Black Shoe Diaries – @BSDtweet
– Penn State – Penn State Hoops – @PennStateHoops
– Penn State – Victory Bell Rings@VictoryBellRing
– Pittsburgh – Pitt Blather – @ChasRich27
– Pittsburgh – Cardiac Hill – @PittPantherBlog
– Pittsburgh – Pitt Script – @PittScript
– Pittsburgh – Oakland Zoo Fans@OaklandZoo
– Princeton – Princetonbasketball.com – @PrincetonTigers
– Providence – Friarblog – @FriarBlog
– Providence – Friars Basketball – @friarbasketball
– Purdue – BoiledSports – @BoiledSports
– Purdue – The Raidroad Tie – @TheRailroadTie
– Purdue – Hammer and Rails – @HammerAndRails
– Purdue – The Boiling Points@PUBoilingPoints
– Purdue – The Black Hammer@The_BlackHammer
– Rhode Island – Rhody Rampage@RhodyRampage
– Richmond – Spider Bandwagon – @SpiderBandwagon
– Rutgers – On the Banks – @RUscoop
– Sacred Heart – Pioneer Pride – @Pioneer_Pride
– Saint Joseph’s – Hawk Hill Hardwood
– Saint Louis – Billiken Report@BWeixScout
– Seton Hall – South Orange Juice – @SOrangeJuice
– Siena – Siena Saints Blog – @SienaSaintsBlog
– Siena – 4 Guys In Blazers – @4GuysInBlazers
– South Carolina – Leftover Hot Dog – @LOHDgamecocks
– South Carolina – Garnet And Cocky@GarnetNCocky
– South Florida – Green Gold and Bold@GreenGoldandBold
– South Florida – Voodoo Five – @USFvoodoo5
– Stanford – Rule of Tree – @RuleofTree
– Stanford – The Daily Axe – @DailyAxe
– St. John’s – Johnny Jungle – @JohnnyJungleSTJ – @DaveKrupinski – @DanielJMatin_ 
– St. John’s – Rumble In The Garden – @ECoastBias – @RumbleSBN – @QSTJHoops
– St. John’s – Sweet Sweet Lavin – @SweetSweetLavin, @Kieran_Lynch
– Syracuse – Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician – @NunesMagician
– Syracuse – 900 Irving – @900_Irving
– Syracuse – ‘Cuse Orange – @CuseOrange44
– Syracuse – The ‘Cuse Connection
– Syracuse – The Juice – @thejuiceonline
– Syracuse – Orange Fizz – @OrangeFizz – @Craighoffman
– Syracuse – ‘Cuse Country – @cusecountry
– Syracuse – Inside The Loud House@SaltineWarriors
– Temple – Owls Blog – @OWLSBLOG
– Temple – North Broad Street@NorthBroad
– Tennessee – All For Tennessee@AllforTennessee
– Tennessee – Rocky Top Talk – @RockyTopTalk
– Tennessee – Checkerboard Chatter@CheckerBChatter, @CBC_Eric, @CBC_Drew
– Texas – Burnt Orange Nation – @PB_at_BON
– Texas – Longhorn Road Trip – @LonghornRdTrip
– Texas – Barking Carnival – @BarkingCarnival
– Texas – Hook’em Headlines – @HookEmHeadlines
– Texas A&M – I Am The 12th Man – @Iamthe12thman
– Texas Christian – Frog Face Blog – @FrogFaceBlog
– Texas Tech – Double-T Nation – @DoubleTNation
– Texas Tech – The Tortilla Report – @TortillaReport
– UCLA – Bruins Nation – @BruinNation
– UCLA – Go Joe Bruin@GoJoeBruinUCLA
– UConn – The UConn Blog – @TheUConnblog
– UMBC – UMBC Basketball’s Rally Monkey Blog
– UNC-Greensboro – UNCG Basketball Fan – @Dash_Spartan
– UNC-Greensboro – UNCG Sports Blog@CalvinW53
– UNC-Wilmington – UNCW Basketball
– UNLV – Rebel Yell – @RebelYellSports
– USC – Conquest Chronicles – @ParagonSC
– USC – Reign Of Troy@ReignOfTroy
– Utah – Hoyo’s Revenge@HoyosRevenge
– Utah – Block U – @BlockU
– Utah State – The Sagebrush Spot
– Utah State – USU Basketball Report
– Valparaiso – Crusader Nation@BTA_VU
– Valparaiso – Valpo Fan Zone@ValpoFanZone
– Vanderbilt – Anchor of Gold – @AnchorofGold
– Villanova – VUhoops.com – @VUHoops@Brian_Ewart, @ChrisjjLane
– Villanova – Villanova by the Numbers
– Virginia – The Good Ol Blog
– Virginia – Streaking the Lawn – @theUVAfool
– Virginia – From Old Virginia
– Virginia Commonwealth – VCU Rams Nation – @VCURamNation
– Virginia Tech – Tech Hoops – @TechHoops
– Virginia Tech – Gobbler Country – @GobblerCountry
– Virginia Tech – Fighting Gobbler@STH_Hokie
– Wake Forest – Blogger So Dear – @MartinRickman, @Robert_Reinhard, @BSD_RaJohnston
– Washington – The Husky Haul – @HuskyHaul
– Washington – UW Dawg Pound – @UWDawgPoundSBN
– Washington State – All Coug’d Up@AllCougdup
– Washington State – CougCenter – @CougCenter
– Weber State – Weber Hoops – @WeberHoops
– West Virginia – The Smoking Musket – @SmokingMusket
– West Virginia – Hail WV@Hail_WV
– Western Carolina – Purple and Gold
– Western Michigan – Saddle Up, Fight On
– Wichita State – Shocker Hoops – @ShockerHoops
– Wisconsin – Badger of Honor@BadgerofHonorFS
– Wisconsin – Bucky’s Fifth Quarter – @B5Q
– Wisconsin – Madtown Badgers@MTBadgers, @AndyCoppens
– Wisconsin-Green Bay – Phear The Phoenix@PhearThePhoenix
– Wisconsin-Milwaukee – Panther U – @PantherU
– Wright State – Raider Roundball – @RaiderRoundball
– Wyoming – Cowboy Chronicles – @RPGagliardi
– Wyoming – Cowboy Altitude – @CowboyAltitude
– Wyoming – 7220 Report – @7220report
– Xavier – The Xavier Examiner – @XavierExaminer
– Xavier – Banners on the Parkway – @BannersParkway 

NOTE: If you find a mistake or a dead link, or if you know of a site that we may have missed, contact Troy Machir on Twitter @TroyMachir, or leave a comment below. 

O.G. Anunoby’s knee injury is season-ending

BLOOMINGTON, IN - DECEMBER 28:  OG Anunoby #3 of the Indiana Hoosiers attempts a shot in the first half against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Assembly Hall on December 28, 2016 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
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Yesterday, Indiana released a statement updating the status of O.G. Anunoby, their star forward and a potential lottery pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.

He was out indefinitely with a knee injury.

On Friday, Indiana’s worst fears were confirmed.

“It has been determined that O.G. Anunoby will undergo surgery on his right knee and will miss the remainder of the season,” head coach Tom Crean said in a statement. “He is expected to make a complete recovery. For a young man, O.G. has a very strong faith and a courageous spirit. We are going to do everything as a basketball family to help him recover and rehabilitate from this unfortunate situation.”

The diagnosis isn’t surprising. Anunoby suffered a non-contact knee injury when he came to a jump-stop, the kind of play that always seems to result in a torn ACL. The loss is a major one for an Indiana team that is already struggling to defend. Anunoby is one of the best and most versatile defenders in college basketball, and it’s a hole the 13-6 Hoosiers, who are already 3-3 in the Big Ten, may not be able to fill.

Weekend Preview: The four biggest story lines to follow

LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 25:  Head coach Greg McDermott of the Creighton Bluejays talks with Maurice Watson Jr. #10 during the team's game against the Massachusetts Minutemen during the championship game of the Men Who Speak Up Main Event basketball tournament at MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Creighton won 97-76.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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FIVE STORY LINES TO FOLLOW

1. What will Creighton do at the point guard spot?: Suddenly, the most important story line in the Big East has become the future of this Creighton basketball team, and we’ll get our first glimpse of it against Marquette in Omaha on Saturday.

The Bluejays lost Mo Watson Jr., their starting point guard and an all-american this season, to a torn ACL on Monday. Watson was leading the nation in assists this season. He was the engine that made Creighton’s high-powered offense run. He was to the Bluejays what Lonzo Ball is to UCLA.

Greg McDermott is one of the more underrated coaches in college basketball, but this is going to be a massive overhaul for him. Their offensive attack was built around Watson’s abilities – the way he can push the ball in transition, the way he can get into the lane, the way he can find their myriad of 45 percent three-point shooters – and there isn’t another guy on the roster that can do those things.

There is still plenty of talent on that Creighton roster, but they’ll be playing the rest of the season without the head of their snake.

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2. Indiana vs. Michigan State is critical, just not in the way we thought it would be: The Hoosiers and the Spartans were supposed to be two of the best teams in the Big Ten this season, but that’s not the way that the year has played out. The two teams have a combined 13 losses, while Indiana is a buzzer-beater from James Blackmon Jr. away from being 2-4 in the Big Ten.

The Spartans look like they have started to right the ship. They are just a game out of first place in the Big Ten standings, their freshmen are starting to play like they’re more than just freshmen and Miles Bridges is back from the ankle injury that cost him a few weeks. Indiana, on the other hand, is at a crossroads in their season. O.G. Anunoby appears to be out for a significant amount of time with a knee injury, and he is the one guy on that roster that can operate as a defensive stopper and something of a glue-guy. Last year, when Blackmon went down with a knee injury, Indiana’s season could have unraveled. Instead, Yogi Ferrell carried them to a Big Ten regular season title.

So while the Spartans will be playing a game they cannot afford to lose if they want to be Big Ten champs, Indiana is going to be trying to prove that 2016-17 isn’t going to be a total loss.

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3. Miami at No. 18 Duke, Sat. 8:15 p.m. (ESPN): Duke is going to be the biggest story line in the sport for the foreseeable future. Part of it is because they are Duke. They are always a massive story. But the more pressing issue is that this team has turned into the most fascinating team I can remember in college basketball. On paper, they are more talented than the 2015 Kentucky, the one that went 38-1. On the floor, they’re a mess. Harry Giles III is still a shell of himself, understandably so. Marques Bolden has been so bad that Chase Jeter and Javin DeLaurier have usurped his spot in the rotation. Jayson Tatum hasn’t adjusted to the college level the way we expected him to, and the only person in the program that seems to realize Luke Kennard is the best player on the team is Luke Kennard.

The leader on the bench, Coach K, is out recovering from back surgery. The leader on the floor, Amile Jefferson, is out with a foot injury.

And then there is Grayson Allen, who … well … you know. He keeps tripping people, and even when he doesn’t, we have successfully lumped him into some controversy on the floor for three straight games. Oh, and he’s the Preseason Player of the Year that just so happens to be playing out of position because the Blue Devils don’t have a point guard.

In 2015, when Duke had an identity crisis in January, they were shredded at home by Miami, losing by 16 points and having their season effectively ended by the public at large. They figured it out that year and won a national title. They’re at a similar crossroads this weekend. Is this when they start to turn things around?

4. First place battles in the ACC, Pac-12 and the SEC: There are a trio of headline-grabbing games this weekend featuring league leaders. No. 12 Louisville travels to No. 10 Florida State, who is tied for first in the ACC, a game ahead of the Cardinals. No. 14 Arizona, who it tied with Oregon for the top spot in the Pac-12 standings, treks to Pauley Pavilion to pay a visit to No. 3 UCLA, who is a game out of first. And finally, No. 5 Kentucky hosts No. 24 South Carolina, the last two undefeated teams in the SEC.

Three terrific games. Three terrific breakdowns right here.

Weekend Preview: First place in the Pac-12, SEC on the line

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Betting lines won’t be released until later tonight, so our predictions will be based on KenPom’s projected spread. It usually ends up being pretty close to Vegas’ lines.

SATURDAY’S SHOWDOWNS

No. 14 Arizona at No. 3 UCLA, Sat. 4:00 p.m. (CBS): First place in the Pac-12 is on the line on Saturday when Arizona makes the trek to Pauley Pavilion to square off with UCLA. The Bruins, who many believe are actually the best team in college basketball, currently sit a game behind both Arizona and Oregon – who may or may not have just lost Dillon Brooks to another foot injury – in the Pac-12 race, and this will be their chance to close the gap on at least one of those two.

Arizona is an interesting team. On paper, this team has some serious question. As talented as Lauri Markkanen, Rawle Alkins and Kobi Simmons are, and as good as that 17-2 record looks, the Wildcats still really haven’t done anything this season that would make you believe they are the No. 14 team in the country. Their best win is either Michigan State, who is not the Michigan State we thought they were going to be entering the season, or USC on the road.

UCLA, on the other hand, has an offense that is capable of putting up more than 100 points on anyone. They made 19 threes at Colorado. They made 16 threes against Arizona State on Thursday night, knocking down 10-of-13 in the first half. They’ve had two different players go for more than 30 points in Pac-12 play, and neither of them are Lonzo Ball or T.J. Leaf, UCLA’s two lottery picks. UCLA’s issue is that they don’t defend. As dangerous as this team is, they’re currently sitting at 11th in KenPom because they rank 92nd in defensive efficiency, and while I have my doubts about the Wildcats, they do have three guys that can light it up offensively.

  • PREDICTION: UCLA (-4) is where I would want my money, and I think that this game will hit over (+/- 162), too.

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No. 24 South Carolina at No. 5 Kentucky, Sat. 6:00 p.m. (ESPN): The Pac-12 isn’t the only conference where first-place is on the line. South Carolina and Kentucky are the only two undefeated teams left in the league after the Gamecocks beat No. 19 Florida on Wednesday night, and we will get a chance to see the pair of them square off Saturday evening. I think that South Carolina is the second-best team in the SEC, and I think that they do have the pieces to give the Wildcats a fight. It’s worth noting that with Sindarius Thornwell available, South Carolina is undefeated on the season.

Frank Martin’s clubs are never going to get out-toughed, and that is particularly true with this group, whose roster of big, physical veterans have used a pressuring, half-court man defense to sit atop KenPom’s adjusted defensive efficiency metric. It will be strength on strength for South Carolina, as Kentucky has the nation’s No. 2 offense.

The key? Keep the Wildcats out of transition. Given the lack of perimeter shooting on Kentucky’s roster, if South Carolina can find a way to avoid live-ball turnovers and prevent Kentucky from getting easy buckets on the break – for what it’s worth, no one has really been able to do this – they should be able to keep this game interesting.

The x-factor? Foul trouble. The style that both of these teams like to play does not exactly align with the way college basketball is being officiated this season.

  • PREDICTION: I think Kentucky wins this, but I think the nation’s best defensive team will be able to avoid getting run off the floor, so I’ll take South Carolina (+13).

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No. 12 Louisville at No. 10 Florida State, Sat. 2:00 p.m. (ESPN): Florida State is part of a three-way tie for first place in the ACC with Notre Dame and North Carolina after the Seminoles knocked off the Fighting Irish on Wednesday evening. The way Leonard Hamilton’s club got that done was to pressure the Irish in the half court and force them to make mistakes offensively. Notre Dame had to shoot 15-for-21 from three to keep that thing respectable.

Louisville is going to face similar issues offensively as well. Already a team with question marks on that end of the floor, they are going to be playing this game without the services of Quentin Snider, who is dealing with a hip flexor injury. Donovan Mitchell looked good against Clemson on Thursday night, but Clemson and Florida State are two different beasts.

It’s worth noting, however that the ‘Noles have point guard issues as well. Xavier Rathan-Mayes isn’t exactly Chris Paul, and Louisville currently has the nation’s second-best defense.

  • PREDICTION: I don’t think Louisville wins this game on the road without their point guard, so I’m on Florida State (-1). But the best I really like is under (+/- 147). Two tough defenses, two teams without point guards.
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FIVE MORE GAMES TO WATCH

  • Syracuse at No. 15 Notre Dame, Sat. 12:00 p.m. (ESPN): The Irish are coming off of their first loss of the season, falling at Florida State despite the fact that they shot 15-for-21 from three. Given the way that Notre Dame can shoot the ball and pass the ball, this may not be the best matchup for the Orange zone. PREDICTION: Syracuse (+10)
  • Georgia Tech at No. 16 Virginia, Sat. 2:00 p.m. (ACC Network): If you haven’t noticed yet, Josh Pastner actually have Georgia Tech playing some good basketball. The Yellow Jackets have wins over North Carolina, Clemson and N.C. State. Their only losses? At Duke, at Louisville and at Virginia Tech. PREDICTION: Virginia (-16)
  • No. 17 Wisconsin at Minnesota, Sat. 4:30 p.m. (BTN): The Golden Gophers got off to a good start to the season, but in the last week they’ve lost at Michigan State and at Penn State. Richard Pitino’s club, if they are going to be a tournament team, needs to land a couple more wins over the top teams from the Big Ten. This is the perfect opportunity. PREDICTION: Wisconsin (-2)
  • No. 7 West Virginia at Kansas State, Sat. 6:00 p.m. (ESPN2): The Wildcats have been on the wrong end of three tough losses already this season. If they are going to have a real chance to get to the NCAA tournament this is the kind of game they need to win. PREDICTION: Kansas State (+3)
  • No. 6 Baylor at TCU, Sat. 8:00 p.m. (ESPNU): TCU is sitting pretty with a 14-4 record, but the Horned Frogs really have beaten anyone yet this season. Two wins over Washington, UNLV, Iowa State, Oklahoma. If this program is going to be good instead of, “Hey, TCU isn’t a guaranteed win anymore,” they need to do things like beat the best teams in the conference at home. That would be Baylor. PREDICTION: Baylor (-2)

Karnowski leads No. 4 Gonzaga past Santa Clara 88-57

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Coming off a big win in a showdown with rival Saint Mary’s, No. 4 Gonzaga could have been in for a bit of a letdown.

Seeing another frenzied crowd hoping for an upset was more than enough to keep the Bulldogs on their game.

Przemek Karnowski scored 19 points on just seven shots from the field and Gonzaga remained the only undefeated team in Division I with an 88-57 victory over Santa Clara on Thursday night.

“I’ve been here for five years and basically wherever you go it’s the biggest game of the season, in the conference at least,” Karnowski said. “We have to be prepared for that. Their crowd was really into it. We came out focused and I liked our intensity.”

Karnowski made six shots against the undersized Broncos and added seven more points from the free throw line to help the Bulldogs (18-0, 6-0 West Coast Conference) extend the best start in school history with another lopsided win.

Zach Collins had 16 points and Nigel Williams-Goss added 11 points and 10 rebounds in Gonzaga’s 11th straight double-digit win.

“Every game they come out ready to go,” coach Mark Few said. “They come out with energy, effort, and attention to detail has been really good. They’re a mature group.”

Jared Brownridge scored 23 points to lead the Broncos (10-10, 4-3) but got little help from his teammates as Santa Clara dropped its 13th straight to Gonzaga and 37th in the past 39 meetings.

“We just were stagnant on the offensive end – it had everything to do with us,” Brownridge said. “They’re a great team, there’s no argument about it. Tonight’s game had to do with us.”

Gonzaga scored 13 straight points midway through the first half to open a 20-point lead and never looked back as Santa Clara struggled to get open shots and couldn’t keep the Bulldogs out of the paint.

Brownridge keyed a 15-5 run early in the second half that cut a 21-point lead to 11 but the Bulldogs quickly built the lead back to 20 and coasted to the win.

BIG PICTURE

Gonzaga: After easily passing their first true test in conference play with a 23-point win over then-No. 21 Saint Mary’s on Saturday, the Bulldogs avoided a letdown by building the big early lead. There don’t figure to be many tough tests the rest of the regular season outside of a return trip to Saint Mary’s next month so the main task for Gonzaga will be to maintain their intensity before for the tournaments in March.

Santa Clara: The Broncos came into the game having won four of five but it was a different level of competition this game. They missed 14 of their first 18 shots – with six air balls – and never had a chance at the upset. They struggled to get any consistent offense outside of Brownridge and were overmatched inside in coach Herb Sendek’s first game against the class of the WCC.

DEFENDING BROWNRIDGE

Brownridge moved into seventh place on the WCC all-time scoring list with 2,079 points, jumping ahead of Loyola Marymount’s Forrest McKenzie. He made six 3-pointers but Few was happy with the overall defensive effort.

“Brownridge is an unbelievable player and he’s unbelievably gifted coming off those pin-downs and finding his shots,” Few said. “I thought we did a nice job, mixed up the coverages and made it hard, not just on him, but everyone else.”

LIVING AT THE LINE

Santa Clara committed six fouls in the first 4:13 of the second half and Gonzaga lived at the free throw line from there. The Bulldogs shot 18 for 23 from the line in the second half as they repeatedly fed Karnowski and Collins inside.

“They were in the double bonus early in the second half so we tried to take advantage of that and tried to go inside and pin fouls on them,” Karnowski said.

POLL IMPLICATIONS

A lopsided win over an overmatched opponent should do little to change the ranking for the Bulldogs in the AP poll .

UP NEXT

Gonzaga: Hosts Portland on Saturday.

Santa Clara: Hosts Loyola Marymount on Saturday.

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No. 3 UCLA routs Arizona State 102-80 behind 3-point barrage

UCLA guard Bryce Alford (20) goes to the basket between Arizona State's Ramon Vila (33) and Kodi Justice during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Los Angeles, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. UCLA won 102-80. (AP Photo/Michael Owen Baker)
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LOS ANGELES (AP) Like any shooter in a slump, Isaac Hamilton just kept putting the ball up, figuring it would eventually go in.

Did it ever.

The senior guard scored 33 points – three off his career best – and hit a career-high nine 3-pointers to help No. 3 UCLA rout Arizona State 102-80 on Thursday night.

The Bruins improved to 11-0 at home.

The performance left Hamilton speechless. He cut his tongue in the game and needed stitches afterward, leaving him unavailable to talk to media.

“He’s back,” guard Lonzo Ball said. “I like playing with him like that.”

The Bruins (19-1, 6-1 Pac-12) made 16 3-pointers and shot 60 percent from the field.

Last year if Hamilton wasn’t hitting, the Bruins found it hard to recover on their way to a losing season.

Now, the team is loaded with offensive threats who can pick up the slack for him.

“He gained a lot of confidence in that and he got it rolling,” UCLA coach Steve Alford said. “The guys did a good job of finding him. That’s what makes us hard to guard. We can make shots a variety of different ways.”

The Bruins led by 25 points in the first half and were up by 16 early in the second before the Sun Devils (9-10, 2-4) got within single digits in the matchup of the league’s top two scoring and 3-point shooting teams.

“We started slow but fought back,” said Torian Graham, who led Arizona State with 26 points. “We overcame adversity and I think we showed we can play with anybody. After we cut it to seven, we didn’t get stops and they got a lot of open looks. They’re very good in transition and that was the difference.”

TJ Leaf added 19 points and nine rebounds, and Ball had 10 points and 12 assists for the Bruins.

“It’s always good to see Isaac shoot well,” said Aaron Holiday, who added 13 points. “That’s a big part of his game and I’m glad he finally got it going.”

Tra Holder tied his career-high with 22 points for Arizona State, which has lost seven straight road games to UCLA. The Sun Devils hit 11 3-pointers, including six by Graham.

Graham scored 10 of Arizona State’s first 22 points in the second half to close to 68-61.

The Bruins’ offense kicked in and they ran off 14 straight points to go up 82-61. Holiday scored eight points, including two 3-pointers, in the spurt.

“It was cool to come back on them, but I didn’t get the result I wanted,” Holder said. “We gave up too many easy baskets. They are a fast team and they score before you know it. The game should not have ended like it did. We cut it to seven, but then they went to a zone and we got all discombobulated.”

The Sun Devils dropped their third straight and fourth in five games.

BIG PICTURE

Arizona St.: The Sun Devils play at Southern California before returning home to face the Washington schools. After that, they have a road game against No. 11 Oregon and will face the Bruins once more in February.

UCLA: The Bruins again built a big lead only to see it dwindle to single digits, a habit that has dogged them at times this season. “We got to start picking things up and stop having those 10 minutes where we don’t do too much,” Ball said.

TIDBITS

Arizona St.: Holder joined the 1,000-point club with 1,005 in his first three years.

UCLA: The Bruins had 30 assists for the first time since Feb. 23, 1995, when they had 32 in a win over California. … They have six players averaging double-figure scoring. … UCLA’s 19-1 start is its best since going 21-1 to begin the 1991-92 season.

UP NEXT

Arizona St.: Visits Southern California on Sunday to end a stretch of playing five of its first seven Pac-12 games on the road.

UCLA: Hosts No. 14 Arizona on Saturday in game featuring the Bruins’ No. 1 offense in the Pac-12 against the Wildcats’ No. 1 defense.

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