2015 – 2016 College Basketball Preview

ncaaSimilar to the 2015-2016 NBA season, the college basketball season is upon us – as in right now.  Another season has snuck up on me.  I guess that’s what happens when you are a consultant and have a five-year-old son.

You get kinda side-tracked.

At any rate, since the season officially kicked off a few hours ago, I’m going to do an ultra-condensed, high-level preview where I will list my regular season champions from all of the major basketball conferences.  And I’ll top it off with my Final Four picks.

Ain’t I a nice brother?  So without further ado, let’s go…

Atlantic Coast Conference: UNC (I threw up in my mouth.  Twice…)

Big 12: Kansas (can’t count out the Jayhawks in ANY year under Bill Self)

Big Ten: Maryland (I feel sick over picking this ACC turncoat)

Big East: Villanova (memo to Jay Wright: time to get it done in the NCAA tournament, bro…)

Pac-12: Arizona (keep an eye on Utah tho…)

SEC: Kentucky (Ben Simmons and LSU will be fun to watch)

Mountain West Conference: San Diego State

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, aka the “MEAC”: N.C. Central (Moten is going to leave for a big-time gig sooner rather than later)

Atlantic 10: Dayton

American Athletic Conference: UConn (Cincinnati is lurking)

West Coast Conference: BYU

Final Four picks: UNC, Kentucky, Michigan State, Duke

2015-2016 NCAA Champion: Duke (there is something about Coach K…)

* Note: to those fans of the MAAC, MAC, WAC, America East, SWAC, and the like, no one cares much about what goes on in your conferences, and neither do I.  I only say that with love though…

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