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Tarleton MBB Ranked #326!
Haven't played a single D1 game and ranked ahead of these programs, including Dixie St, Chi St. and the perennial Colonial powerhouse Maine Black Bears.

Hey we'll take it, gotta start somewhere! 04-rock

https://www.cbssports.com/college-basket...21-season/

327. Southeastern Louisiana: The freshman class has some potential. Check back in two years and if transfers aren't an issue, this is perhaps a top-four team in the Southland.

328. Binghamton: No team was worse at failing to force teams into turnovers a season ago. The Bearcats will probably slip in the America East because their best player, Sam Sessoms, left for Penn State.

329. USC Upstate: Dave Dickerson's hoping Khavon Moore, who barely registered at Clemson, can be the kind of down-transfer who can step into the Big South and be good enough to put the Spartans in the middle of the Big South pack.

330. Houston Baptist: A shoutout to Ron Cottrell, who we highlighted this offseason. He's one of a handful of currently active coaches who are -- by far -- the greatest coaches in the history of their schools. Win No. 500 is coming this season.

331. UC San Diego: Another new team to Division I. The Tritons join the Big West and give the state of California a D-I record 26 basketball programs.

332. Alabama State: Star power in Montgomery. NBA champion Mo Williams is now the coach and he is full-on dedicated to reinvigorating HBCUs, centered on an Alabama State regeneration.

333. Dixie State: The Trailblazers are making their transition from Division II into the WAC, which will be a nine-team league this season.

334. Holy Cross: This is largely a guess based on a 4-29 season, as the Crusaders find their footing in a second season under Brett Nelson.

335. Incarnate Word: Not highly rated here, but I could be proven wrong if Southland Freshman of the Year Keaston Willis becomes one of the five best players in the conference.

336. Idaho: Six D-I wins last season. In cases like this, it's impossible to tell if an elongated offseason with COVID protocols will help a team like Idaho or keep them from making strides.

337. Western Illinois: Rob Jeter, who previously was a head coach at Milwaukee, starts his first season at the toughest job in the Summit League.

338. North Carolina A&T: The Aggies still have Kameron Langley (8.0 apg to lead NCAA Division I), who is one of the greatest point guards in the history of the MEAC. This program leaves the MEAC for the Big South in 2021.

339. St. Francis Brooklyn: A nod to Ron Ganulin, who is one of the very few current assistants who graduated college in the 1960s. He coached this program up until 2005. Prior to that was an assistant on the championship-winning 1990 UNLV team. The man has seen it all.

340. Longwood: A lot of seniors gone, but junior lead guard Juan Munoz will carry the Lancers' load. Highly dependent on 3-point accuracy.

341. Morgan State: Kevin Broadus' team needs to rein in its fouling issues (22.5 per game) and it will change the course of the season for the Bears.

342. Florida A&M: The Rattlers can be prideful over this: wing MJ Randolph is one of the sturdiest, most reliable all-around players in the MEAC.

343. SIU Edwardsville: Just too tough a job, too much turnover and not enough time to work together in a pandemic-affected offseason. Brian Barone needs two more years to put the pieces in place.

344. Southeast Missouri State: With Brad Korn as the new coach, I'm going to slot SEMO in the OVC basement. The disparity between the top and bottom of the league is stark.

345. South Carolina State: The mystery team of the MEAC thanks to 10 new players. Guard Themus Fulks might be the top freshman in the league.

346. The Citadel: The bad: this team didn't win a game in the SoCon and finished 3-24 vs. D-I competition. The good (?): four starters return.

347. Alabama A&M: The SWAC's bottom third is hard to forecast, so Alabama A&M's range falls anywhere between 330 and 350.

348. Alcorn State: Montez Robinson was not renewed, making way for Landon Bussie to step in for his first head-coaching job.

349. Maine: Black Bears won nine games last season, undeniably an improvement, but key pieces have been lost and Maine's scheduling realities will be tough in the COVID-19 era.

350. Arkansas Pine Bluff: Flamboyantly angry. That's how I describe Pine Bluff's lion logo which, if you look closely, actually has the school's acronym in its mane.

351. Presbyterian: Big South basement-dweller, though Quinton Ferrell's done a solid recruiting job and can get the Blue Hose into the top half in two years with no attrition issues.

352. UMES: A five-win team last season, terrible on offense, and the pandemic probably hasn't helped matters for Maryland-Eastern Shore to move up in the MEAC.

353. Central Connecticut State: Should be near the bottom of the NEC again. CCSU hasn't been above .500 in a decade. Needs more bigs to move up.

354. Delaware State: The speediest team (74.7 possessions per game) in the fastest conference (MEAC). Meep-meep!

355. Mississippi Valley State: The fastest team on offense averaged 78.9 possessions; the average team was at 68.3.

356. Chicago State: Chicago State was the worst in college hoops last year. Amid a pandemic, it's proper to presume that won't change, because the final team ...

357. Bethune-Cookman: ... is not playing this season. The Wildcats have never won a MEAC Tournament and never will. B-C is not playing a 2020-21 season and leaves for the SWAC next July.
11-07-2020 11:27 AM
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RE: Tarleton MBB Ranked #326!
(11-07-2020 11:27 AM)Itinerant Texan Wrote:  Haven't played a single D1 game and ranked ahead of these programs, including Dixie St, Chi St. and the perennial Colonial powerhouse Maine Black Bears.

Hey we'll take it, gotta start somewhere! 04-rock

https://www.cbssports.com/college-basket...21-season/

327. Southeastern Louisiana: The freshman class has some potential. Check back in two years and if transfers aren't an issue, this is perhaps a top-four team in the Southland.

328. Binghamton: No team was worse at failing to force teams into turnovers a season ago. The Bearcats will probably slip in the America East because their best player, Sam Sessoms, left for Penn State.

329. USC Upstate: Dave Dickerson's hoping Khavon Moore, who barely registered at Clemson, can be the kind of down-transfer who can step into the Big South and be good enough to put the Spartans in the middle of the Big South pack.

330. Houston Baptist: A shoutout to Ron Cottrell, who we highlighted this offseason. He's one of a handful of currently active coaches who are -- by far -- the greatest coaches in the history of their schools. Win No. 500 is coming this season.

331. UC San Diego: Another new team to Division I. The Tritons join the Big West and give the state of California a D-I record 26 basketball programs.

332. Alabama State: Star power in Montgomery. NBA champion Mo Williams is now the coach and he is full-on dedicated to reinvigorating HBCUs, centered on an Alabama State regeneration.

333. Dixie State: The Trailblazers are making their transition from Division II into the WAC, which will be a nine-team league this season.

334. Holy Cross: This is largely a guess based on a 4-29 season, as the Crusaders find their footing in a second season under Brett Nelson.

335. Incarnate Word: Not highly rated here, but I could be proven wrong if Southland Freshman of the Year Keaston Willis becomes one of the five best players in the conference.

336. Idaho: Six D-I wins last season. In cases like this, it's impossible to tell if an elongated offseason with COVID protocols will help a team like Idaho or keep them from making strides.

337. Western Illinois: Rob Jeter, who previously was a head coach at Milwaukee, starts his first season at the toughest job in the Summit League.

338. North Carolina A&T: The Aggies still have Kameron Langley (8.0 apg to lead NCAA Division I), who is one of the greatest point guards in the history of the MEAC. This program leaves the MEAC for the Big South in 2021.

339. St. Francis Brooklyn: A nod to Ron Ganulin, who is one of the very few current assistants who graduated college in the 1960s. He coached this program up until 2005. Prior to that was an assistant on the championship-winning 1990 UNLV team. The man has seen it all.

340. Longwood: A lot of seniors gone, but junior lead guard Juan Munoz will carry the Lancers' load. Highly dependent on 3-point accuracy.

341. Morgan State: Kevin Broadus' team needs to rein in its fouling issues (22.5 per game) and it will change the course of the season for the Bears.

342. Florida A&M: The Rattlers can be prideful over this: wing MJ Randolph is one of the sturdiest, most reliable all-around players in the MEAC.

343. SIU Edwardsville: Just too tough a job, too much turnover and not enough time to work together in a pandemic-affected offseason. Brian Barone needs two more years to put the pieces in place.

344. Southeast Missouri State: With Brad Korn as the new coach, I'm going to slot SEMO in the OVC basement. The disparity between the top and bottom of the league is stark.

345. South Carolina State: The mystery team of the MEAC thanks to 10 new players. Guard Themus Fulks might be the top freshman in the league.

346. The Citadel: The bad: this team didn't win a game in the SoCon and finished 3-24 vs. D-I competition. The good (?): four starters return.

347. Alabama A&M: The SWAC's bottom third is hard to forecast, so Alabama A&M's range falls anywhere between 330 and 350.

348. Alcorn State: Montez Robinson was not renewed, making way for Landon Bussie to step in for his first head-coaching job.

349. Maine: Black Bears won nine games last season, undeniably an improvement, but key pieces have been lost and Maine's scheduling realities will be tough in the COVID-19 era.

350. Arkansas Pine Bluff: Flamboyantly angry. That's how I describe Pine Bluff's lion logo which, if you look closely, actually has the school's acronym in its mane.

351. Presbyterian: Big South basement-dweller, though Quinton Ferrell's done a solid recruiting job and can get the Blue Hose into the top half in two years with no attrition issues.

352. UMES: A five-win team last season, terrible on offense, and the pandemic probably hasn't helped matters for Maryland-Eastern Shore to move up in the MEAC.

353. Central Connecticut State: Should be near the bottom of the NEC again. CCSU hasn't been above .500 in a decade. Needs more bigs to move up.

354. Delaware State: The speediest team (74.7 possessions per game) in the fastest conference (MEAC). Meep-meep!

355. Mississippi Valley State: The fastest team on offense averaged 78.9 possessions; the average team was at 68.3.

356. Chicago State: Chicago State was the worst in college hoops last year. Amid a pandemic, it's proper to presume that won't change, because the final team ...

357. Bethune-Cookman: ... is not playing this season. The Wildcats have never won a MEAC Tournament and never will. B-C is not playing a 2020-21 season and leaves for the SWAC next July.

Maine isn’t in the Colonial, FYI.
11-07-2020 12:57 PM
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RE: Tarleton MBB Ranked #326!
(11-07-2020 12:57 PM)Todor Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:27 AM)Itinerant Texan Wrote:  Haven't played a single D1 game and ranked ahead of these programs, including Dixie St, Chi St. and the perennial Colonial powerhouse Maine Black Bears.

Hey we'll take it, gotta start somewhere! 04-rock

https://www.cbssports.com/college-basket...21-season/

327. Southeastern Louisiana: The freshman class has some potential. Check back in two years and if transfers aren't an issue, this is perhaps a top-four team in the Southland.

328. Binghamton: No team was worse at failing to force teams into turnovers a season ago. The Bearcats will probably slip in the America East because their best player, Sam Sessoms, left for Penn State.

329. USC Upstate: Dave Dickerson's hoping Khavon Moore, who barely registered at Clemson, can be the kind of down-transfer who can step into the Big South and be good enough to put the Spartans in the middle of the Big South pack.

330. Houston Baptist: A shoutout to Ron Cottrell, who we highlighted this offseason. He's one of a handful of currently active coaches who are -- by far -- the greatest coaches in the history of their schools. Win No. 500 is coming this season.

331. UC San Diego: Another new team to Division I. The Tritons join the Big West and give the state of California a D-I record 26 basketball programs.

332. Alabama State: Star power in Montgomery. NBA champion Mo Williams is now the coach and he is full-on dedicated to reinvigorating HBCUs, centered on an Alabama State regeneration.

333. Dixie State: The Trailblazers are making their transition from Division II into the WAC, which will be a nine-team league this season.

334. Holy Cross: This is largely a guess based on a 4-29 season, as the Crusaders find their footing in a second season under Brett Nelson.

335. Incarnate Word: Not highly rated here, but I could be proven wrong if Southland Freshman of the Year Keaston Willis becomes one of the five best players in the conference.

336. Idaho: Six D-I wins last season. In cases like this, it's impossible to tell if an elongated offseason with COVID protocols will help a team like Idaho or keep them from making strides.

337. Western Illinois: Rob Jeter, who previously was a head coach at Milwaukee, starts his first season at the toughest job in the Summit League.

338. North Carolina A&T: The Aggies still have Kameron Langley (8.0 apg to lead NCAA Division I), who is one of the greatest point guards in the history of the MEAC. This program leaves the MEAC for the Big South in 2021.

339. St. Francis Brooklyn: A nod to Ron Ganulin, who is one of the very few current assistants who graduated college in the 1960s. He coached this program up until 2005. Prior to that was an assistant on the championship-winning 1990 UNLV team. The man has seen it all.

340. Longwood: A lot of seniors gone, but junior lead guard Juan Munoz will carry the Lancers' load. Highly dependent on 3-point accuracy.

341. Morgan State: Kevin Broadus' team needs to rein in its fouling issues (22.5 per game) and it will change the course of the season for the Bears.

342. Florida A&M: The Rattlers can be prideful over this: wing MJ Randolph is one of the sturdiest, most reliable all-around players in the MEAC.

343. SIU Edwardsville: Just too tough a job, too much turnover and not enough time to work together in a pandemic-affected offseason. Brian Barone needs two more years to put the pieces in place.

344. Southeast Missouri State: With Brad Korn as the new coach, I'm going to slot SEMO in the OVC basement. The disparity between the top and bottom of the league is stark.

345. South Carolina State: The mystery team of the MEAC thanks to 10 new players. Guard Themus Fulks might be the top freshman in the league.

346. The Citadel: The bad: this team didn't win a game in the SoCon and finished 3-24 vs. D-I competition. The good (?): four starters return.

347. Alabama A&M: The SWAC's bottom third is hard to forecast, so Alabama A&M's range falls anywhere between 330 and 350.

348. Alcorn State: Montez Robinson was not renewed, making way for Landon Bussie to step in for his first head-coaching job.

349. Maine: Black Bears won nine games last season, undeniably an improvement, but key pieces have been lost and Maine's scheduling realities will be tough in the COVID-19 era.

350. Arkansas Pine Bluff: Flamboyantly angry. That's how I describe Pine Bluff's lion logo which, if you look closely, actually has the school's acronym in its mane.

351. Presbyterian: Big South basement-dweller, though Quinton Ferrell's done a solid recruiting job and can get the Blue Hose into the top half in two years with no attrition issues.

352. UMES: A five-win team last season, terrible on offense, and the pandemic probably hasn't helped matters for Maryland-Eastern Shore to move up in the MEAC.

353. Central Connecticut State: Should be near the bottom of the NEC again. CCSU hasn't been above .500 in a decade. Needs more bigs to move up.

354. Delaware State: The speediest team (74.7 possessions per game) in the fastest conference (MEAC). Meep-meep!

355. Mississippi Valley State: The fastest team on offense averaged 78.9 possessions; the average team was at 68.3.

356. Chicago State: Chicago State was the worst in college hoops last year. Amid a pandemic, it's proper to presume that won't change, because the final team ...

357. Bethune-Cookman: ... is not playing this season. The Wildcats have never won a MEAC Tournament and never will. B-C is not playing a 2020-21 season and leaves for the SWAC next July.

Maine isn’t in the Colonial, FYI.

Yes, I stand corrected. Maine is Colonial football, AEC basketball.
11-07-2020 01:11 PM
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