Way too early top 25 from ESPN

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  1. acoustimac

    acoustimac Well-Known Member

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  2. Buster28

    Buster28 Well-Known Member

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    ISU is starting off with higher expectations already. I don't think that's a bad thing, but they tend to play better without the target on the back. With a top ten recruiting class and returning the vast majority of scoring and rebounding, to *not* be in the conversation would be surprising.

    The top 10:
    1) South Carolina
    2) Stanford
    3) Mississippi State
    4) UCONN
    5) Baylor
    6) Louisville
    7) Arizona
    8) NC State
    9) UCLA
    10) Maryland
    ...
    16) Iowa State

    There are a bunch of Big 10 schools between 10 and 25, along with a couple more Pac 12. Missouri State is still getting attention at #24. Nothing else of particular regional interest (other than no Iowa).
     
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  3. Royalclone

    Royalclone Well-Known Member

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    Same ranking as the football team.
     
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  4. StClone

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    Mississippi State is going to be good again. They must attract the best talent, along with great coaching, in the Deep South. Not a fan but that is the way it is.
     

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