Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Offseason Schedule

First of all, thanks to everyone who read the March Madness All Season website this season. There are about 200,000 of you, so I appreciate all the traffic and feedback I have received this past season.

Feel free to take a look back at some of the biggest projects I've done this past season: 2005-2006 College Basketball Season Preview, 2006 Championship Week Preview, and the 2006 NCAA Tournament Preview.

Moving on...sorry for the lack of posts the past two days, but I've been very busy with a variety of things. In order words, I simply have not had the time.

But don't worry, I'll be back with new articles on Friday and every week thereafter. Friday, I will have my Pre-Preseason Top 25 for next season, and some other teams to watch heading into next year.

Then, throughout the offseason, I'll have various articles discussing different things. For example, I'll analyze the early-entries into the NBA Draft and how they will affect their respective teams. I'll also have a Top Ten College Basketball Cities article, breaking down the top cities where college basketball players came from in the 2005-2006 season. And, of course, I'll have articles on next year's batch of recruits.

It should be a very interesting offseason, with all the coaching changes and personnel turnover. Stay locked into March Madness All Season for all the latest in analysis and news and you will never feel lost in the college basketball world.


  1. It's not enough. I know I need more. Anybody else?

  2. I know you need'll get it soon.

    I needed more from you for the last like, month of the season. And did I get it? No!

  3. Jeff, I really enjoy your site. I wish I found it during college basketball season but nontheless, it will now become a regular read.