5-12 Upsets In NCAA Tournament Ranked In Order Of Likelihood

We know there is at least one 5-12 upset every year, so Andy has ranked the upset potential among the four 5-12 matchups, starting with the one he thinks is most likely. (But truth be told, he actually doesn’t love any of these…)

Vanderbilt-Harvard Preview: Analysis, Prediction, Date and TV Tip Time, Point Spread, and Tickets

In this post, we preview another of the 5-12 matchups, this one between surprise SEC champion Vanderbilt and 12th-seeded Ivy League entrant Harvard.

March Madness: 5-12 Upset Picks For 2012 NCAA Tournament

Every year, a 12-seed upsets a 5-seed. That’s why the first rule of NCAA Tournament bracket predicting is: thou shalt predict a 12 seed to beat a 5 seed. In this post I’ll analyze the 5-12 matchups and tell you which ones are good upset picks and which ones are not, and then we’ll crowdsource opinions from everyone.

The Bottoms Line College Basketball Stock Watch: ‘Ron Hunter Rises’ Edition

Andy Bottoms hasn’t paid much attention to college football during the bowl season. Instead, he’s been watching college hoops and putting together this edition of the Bottoms Line Stock Watch, which starts off with someone hoops fans in the Hoosier state will be quite familiar with.

The Bottoms Line College Basketball Stock Watch: Creighton, Harvard UP; Minnesota, Vandy DOWN

Another exciting week of college hoops is in the books, so it’s time to look at this week’s risers and fallers. The Stock Up section is full of mid-majors who have chalked up key wins in the early going, while the Stock Down teams reached that status due to injury or inefficiency.

The Bottoms Line College Basketball Podcast: Pitt and Syracuse to the ACC, Ineligible Freshmen, Harvard’s Emergence, and more

Andy Bottoms and the guys from Ballin’ Is a Habit discuss the move of Pittsburgh and Syracuse to the ACC, the recent rash of ineligible freshmen, Harvard’s emergence on the recruiting trail and a look ahead to their season, and a look at Creighton and thoughts on the rest of the MVC.

The Bottoms Line Non-BCS Watch List: Harvard Crimson

Ivy League teams are typically viewed in college basketball circles as somewhat of a novelty, but the next team on the Non-BCS Watch List has made a remarkable turnaround in recent years and is poised for a breakout season.