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CBB MID MAJOR RANKINGS
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Posted by Drew Martin
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1. SAINT MARYS

One of the best offenses in the country (No. 3 on KenPom in adjusted offensive efficiency), Saint Marys should be a major threat to Gonzaga in the WCC. The Gaels suffered some early slip-ups against Washington State and Georgia on neutral courts. Other than that, theyve been perfect. A veteran core that is filled with upperclassmen leads Saint Marys as big man Jock Landale is once again an All-American candidate. Calvin Hermanson, Emmett Naar and Jordan Ford are also performing admirably to start the season. Do yourself a favor and stay up late to watch these guys play. Saint Marys can be really fun to watch.

2. MIDDLE TENNESSEE

If weve learned anything the past few years its that you dont want to face these guys in March. Winners of an NCAA tournament game the past two seasons, it wouldnt be surprising if Middle Tennessee made it back to the dance and won again. Playing a ridiculously tough schedule for a mid-major program, the Blue Raiders already own wins over Vanderbilt and Ole Miss while taking top-25 teams like USC and Miami to the brink on neutral courts. Senior wing Nick King is one of the best players in the nation regardless of conference. Seniors Giddy Potts and Brandon Walters have proven they can play with anyone. Conference USA wont be easy but Middle Tennessee has a chance to maintain a special run for the program again this season.

3. NEW MEXICO STATE

First-year head coach Chris Jans deserves a ton of credit for maintaining the success for the Aggies as the WAC favorites look like a potentially terrifying team to play in March. Already with neutral court wins over Illinois and Miami, New Mexico State also swept in-state rival New Mexico while pushing USC in a single-digit loss. Senior guard Zach Lofton is a potent scorer who isnt afraid of the spotlight and double-double threat Jemerrio Jones has proven that he can hang with power conference teams.

http://collegebasketball.nbcsports.com/2018/01/02/nbc-sports -midseason-mid-major-power-rankings/

 
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