2007-08 Season Preview

Posted by rtmsf on October 2nd, 2007

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Now that we’re firmly into October, roughly ten days from Midnight Madness and only about five weeks from the opening tipoff of a regular season game, we’re going to try our hand at providing some preseason content here. Here’s what we envision (but please don’t hold us to it):

1. Conference Primers – a daily rundown of some useful and not-so-useful information on all 31 conferences from worst to first.

2. NCAA Bracket – a semi-weekly update as we go through the conferences as to where we predict each team will be slotted in the 2008 Dance.

3. Preseason Magazine Reviews – as they come out fast and furious over the next month, we’ll grade them as we already have with Athlon and Lindy’s.

4. Blogpoll - we’re teaming up with our new friends over at March to Madness (administrator extraordinaire), NCAA Hoops Today, SEC Hoops: TGTBTU, March Madness All Season, A Sea of Blue and College Hoops Heaven (likely more to come) to provide the first annual college hoops preseason blogpoll.

5. All-Everything Teams. We’ll do a traditional all-american team right before the season begins, but we’re going to try to mix that up with some other nontraditional all-whatever teams here.

6. Anything Else – we’ll continue with our usual fare of linkage and thought-provoking (gulp…) commentary where appropriate. If anyone has an idea of something else they’d like to see, hit us up at rushthecourt@yahoo.com.

 

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4 Responses to “2007-08 Season Preview”

  1. Ty Keenan says:

    Does this mean I have to wait 30 days for a Pac-10 preview?

  2. rtmsf says:

    Ha! Definitely 29 or 30 days, at least. We’re waiting to see what you guys have to say before we make fools of ourselves when it comes to the Pac-10.

  3. Mike White says:

    So can one apply to become a blogpoll voter, like with the football blogpoll?

  4. Gabby says:

    “Blogpoll – we’re teaming up with our new friends over at March to Madness (administrator extraordinaire)”

    And graduate of MSU (Making Shit Up) as I go along! Thanks for the hat tip.

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