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Fantasy College Basketball CBB Rankings: NCAA Top 10 (04/03/18)

We don't claim to get it right every time. In fact, we're usually our own worst critics. So, while we took it on the chin in the lead-up to the NCAA Tournament for putting down the SEC--a position for which we received some vindication as March Madness played out--we also note that we were wrong... Read More

We all know the favorites. The likes of Villanova, Michigan State, Kansas and Virginia aren't going to sneak up on anybody. But who will surprise us during March Madness? RotoBaller picks five teams to watch during the tournament.   NCAA East Regional West Virginia, (24-10; Seed: 5th) Seems absurd to call WVU, a solid Top 25 team,... Read More

What's up RotoBallers, March Madness is officially here, and RotoBaller l'll be bringing you a full breakdown on the NCAA tournament. Today I'm here to give you a tournament strategy guide -  important things to know before filling out your brackets. There's a good chance that by the time you finish this reading this, your bracket... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each tournament region, including some ootential sleepers and busts. Here we'll be taking a look at the East Region. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in - this should help you make the right tournament bracket decisions. Below I analyze the top... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each tournament region, including some potential sleepers and busts. Here we'll be taking a look at the West Region. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in - this should help you make the right tournament bracket decisions. Below I analyze the top... Read More

Filling out brackets is hardly an exact science. In the early rounds, even the best among us guess. Some of us more than others, in fact. Sometimes, even your intrepid reporter takes a few stabs in the dark, as the first draft of this article proved. However, one thing is for certain: Not all of... Read More

The NCAA Tournament is finally here, and RotoBaller is also here to give you as much information as we can to help you fill out your brackets. Brackets are a big deal, and you, dear reader, could be the first person to ever fill out a perfect one, right? In this piece, I'm going to... Read More

During the month of March, a bunch of usually casual college basketball fans become experts for a few days while they fill out their bracket. You'll hear your friends talking about how DeAndre Ayton makes Arizona a "sleeper" team even though you know he has never watched the man play a game. The worst part... Read More

It's conference tournament time, and because every conference wants to hold its big event in the Big Apple, schedules are all over the map. And, it seems a few of the teams in our rankings--notably a couple of Big Ten stalwarts--failed to update their calendars. As a result, there's been some shakeup in our final... Read More

SEC Conference Tournament Preview

The Southeastern Conference has long been known for its football prowess, but the kids on the hardwood are starting to catch up. In a league accustomed to being steamrolled by the likes of Kentucky and Florida, there were frequent upsets and lots of logjams in the standings, which are led by two unfamiliar names, as... Read More

Our series of conference tournament previews continues with a look inside the Big East Conference Tournament. The once-powerhouse conference known for its crazy games in Madison Square Garden has begun to resurrect itself after a down period, producing some of the best teams in the country this season, which should lead to a very entertaining... Read More

It's fitting that the Pac-12 is made up of schools within the old frontier. This season, more than ever, the conference tournament is the wild, wild west. Nine schools could put a string of wins together to clinch an NCAA Tournament berth. Scanning the tournament bracket, the ninth seed (Arizona State) was once ranked third... Read More

We have less than a week before Selection Sunday, so that means that all of the major conference tournaments will be distracting us from our jobs and our families before the real March Madness begins. The Atlantic 10 tournament is no different, as play will open up Wednesday evening at Capital One Arena in the... Read More

With the NCAA Tournament looming, it's time to look at what teams from the Big 12 should/could make this year's edition and what kind of noise they could make when they get there. The big story of the season in the Big 12 was Trae Young, who took college basketball by storm and shot up... Read More

The most exciting time of the college basketball season has arrived, and conference tournaments are continuing to ramp up this week. The ACC tournament will be played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for the second consecutive year, and No. 2 seed Duke will look to defend its title. Arguably the strongest conference in the... Read More

As we head into March, we know one thing is certain in college basketball: That nothing is certain in college basketball. With the cloud of the ongoing FBI investigation hanging over the sport, even the winners could be losers. Might our No. 1 team--or Nos. 2 through 10, for that matter--come under the law enforcement... Read More

Big Ten Conference Tournament Preview

The most exciting time of the college basketball season has arrived, and postseason play starts this week with the Big Ten tournament. The tourney starts a week early this year, meaning regular season basketball will still be going in many other conferences. Action is set to kick off in Madison Square Garden on Wednesday at... Read More

It's almost here. No, I'm not talking about the Summer Olympics. I'm talking March Madness! Here at RotoBaller we're going to have you covered with insight and analysis from the huge conference tournaments happening in the next two weeks, all the way through to the Final Four in Phoenix. Make sure to follow along with... Read More

In desperate need of inspiration, we're listening to some records as we write our rankings this week. For all you millennials, a record is like Spotify, except you pay for it. Rimshot. Speaking of bad jokes, the knee-jerk reactions from the conventional pollsters in recent weeks are almost laughable. For once, we're proud of our... Read More

Old habits die hard. Actually, we don't like to make changes to our rankings for change's sake. So while the conventional pollsters were quick to drop certain teams--and boost others--based on the result of a single game, we're don't generally have such knee-jerk reactions. Because, when we've had them, we've ended up looking bad for... Read More

  We get bored easily. It's one of our many flaws. It leads to a lot of channel-surfing, and a lot of unfinished business. And so, we were a bit concerned as we put together our Top 10 for this week. There are not a lot of changes, at least at the top, and that... Read More

We've all heard the quotes from players, coaches and media types alike. You know, the ones that begin, "Good teams..." "Good teams win close games." "Good teams win when they aren't playing well." "Good teams capitalize on mistakes." Well, it goes without saying that the programs in our top 10 are "good teams." So here... Read More

Here's a little "inside baseball"--er, inside basketball?--for you. We're struggling to come with a "lead"--journalist speak for intro--to this week's Top 10. What? You don't read these paragraphs we slave over every week? Good. Here are the Rotoballer college hoops rankings as of January 24, 2018 (won-loss records in parentheses).   NCAA College Basketball (CBB)... Read More

We doubt Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. cared much about college basketball--not that that tarnishes his legacy with us in any way. But as the nation observed his life and legacy this week, we saw a number of games that provided evidence of the sport's appeal for the rest of us--and that led to some... Read More

Most people like to say, "We told you so," when others make an error in judgement. But we're not most people. Why? Because we put our thoughts out there every week, and most of the time we're wrong. Or some of the time anyway. Where will we err this week? Here are the Rotoballer college... Read More

Normally, we would welcome the change a New Year brings--and we were particularly looking forward to ringing in 2018. Let's just say 2017 could have ended better for a few of us here at Rotoballer College Sports HQ. And so, we found ourselves thinking, "It's time for some things to end and others to begin."... Read More

First, it was exams. Then, it was the winter break. Now, we're sure the Trump administration will do something to disrupt the college basketball schedule--and thus our schedule. Actually, that was just a lame attempt to up our Google search traffic. Our rankings aren't lame, however. At least we hope not. Here are the Rotoballer... Read More

There's an old saying, "A day late and a dollar short." Consider us both. Yes, we usually do our rankings on Tuesdays but, as another saying goes, "Life got in the way." So here we are. Thinking: It's never too late to share our thoughts on the current college basketball landscape. Or: "Better late than never."... Read More

As a fan, we love upsets. Who doesn't want to see David beat Goliath? Or the glass slipper fit Cinderella? Sports writers, that's who. Upsets mean more work for us. Last-minute comebacks lead to 11th-hour rewrites. Your friendly neighborhood sports reporter is the only one leaving the building unhappy following an "instant-classic" win. We know:... Read More

We can hear Mick's words in our heads as we write this, "When the days get shorter and the nights get long..." No, the Stones' tune "She's So Cold" isn't about December--not exactly--but the line does carry a certain weight now that, well, the days are getting shorter and the nights longer, not only for... Read More

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