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Week in Review

  1. College Hoops Week in Review: Montrezl Harrell shines in a slow weekend

    Nov 17, 2014, 12:32 PM EST

    Montrezl Harrell (Getty Images)

    Harrell was the star of the biggest game of the weekend.

  2. College Hoops Week in Review: McBuckets and Nebrasketball

    Feb 17, 2014, 11:13 AM EST

    Indiana v Nebraska

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Doug McDermott, Creighton How good was McDermott this week? Here are the numbers for you: He averaged 32.5 points and 6.0 boards in wins over Butler and No. 6 Villanova. McDermott had 39 points in that win over the Wildcats, scoring 22 in the first half and passing Larry Bird on the…

  3. College Hoops Week in Review: Melvin Ejim and SMU burst onto national radar

    Feb 10, 2014, 2:01 PM EST

    Melvin Ejim, Hudson Price

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Melvin Ejim, Iowa State Melvin Ejim put on one of the single most impressive individual performances that you’ll see on Saturday afternoon. He scored 48 points on 20-for-24 shooting from the floor and added 18 rebounds in Iowa State’s 84-69 win over TCU. That just doesn’t happen. People just don’t put…

  4. College Basketball Week in Review: C.J. Fair, Northwestern, highlight great week

    Feb 3, 2014, 8:30 AM EST

    Duke v Syracuse

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: C.J. Fair, Syracuse C.J. Fair played his best game of the season in the biggest game of the year. The 6-foot-8 senior went for 28 points and five boards as Syracuse knocked off Duke in overtime at the Carrier Dome, a win that gave them a three-game lead in the ACC over…

  5. College Basketball Week in Review: Bryce Cotton’s a star, Texas and Michigan surge

    Jan 27, 2014, 12:21 PM EST

    Bryce Cotton

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Bryce Cotton, Providence Bryce Cotton has been a really good player for the Friars for a long time, but since Providence has spent the entirety of his tenure on campus mired in national irrelevance, he hasn’t gotten near the amount of attention that he deserves. This week that changed. Cotton averaged 21.5…

  6. College Basketball Week in Review: Joel Embiid, Nik Stauskas shine

    Jan 20, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

    Oklahoma State v Kansas

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Joel Embiid, Kansas Joel Embiid is doing his best to mimic the growth of Anthony Davis back in 2012. Davis was a no-name on the AAU circuit heading into the summer after his junior season, but he shot up the rankings, becoming the top player in the class. And as he…

  7. College Hoops Week in Review: Doug McDermott and Iowa make statements

    Jan 13, 2014, 1:10 PM EST

    AP Photo

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Doug McDermott, Creighton McDermott showed the nation why he is very deserving of being the favorite for the National Player of the Year award as of today. He went for 19 points and four assists with a banged up shoulder in a win at DePaul on Wednesday and followed that up…

  8. College Hoops Week in Review: Justin Jackson leads Cincinnati, San Diego State Road Warriors

    Jan 6, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

    Nebraska v Cincinnati

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Justin Jackson, Cincinnati The Bearcats could not have asked for a better stop to league play in the inaugural season of the American. After knocking off SMU in Cincinnati on New Year’s Day, Mick Cronin’s club went down to Memphis where they laid the wood on the Tigers, whipping then-No. 18…

  9. College Hoops Week in Review: Eric Atkins, Kentucky come through in big moments

    Dec 30, 2013, 10:00 AM EST

    Andrew Harrison

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Eric Atkins, Notre Dame For Notre Dame, the last week as been about as rough as a week can be on a college basketball team. Let’s start with the obvious: leading scorer Jerian Grant, a redshirt senior that had been in the program for four years, left school for the second semester…

  10. College Hoops Week in Review: Hello Princeton, and some Brandon Ashley love

    Dec 16, 2013, 10:28 AM EST

    Photo credit: Getty Images

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Ashley, Arizona Aaron Gordon is the guy that gets all the hype for Arizona. Nick Johnson is their leading scorer and their best perimeter defender. T.J. McConnell is the tie the binds everyone together. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson does things like this. It seems like every Wildcat on Sean Miller’s roster get…