Note From the Editor: College Basketball Coverage

The NCAA college basketball season is upon us. I know it’s hard to believe. As the season nears, Prime Time Sports Talk is getting ready to begin its coverage. We hope you will stay locked here for all

What you need you need to know: Our coverage will focus solely on the local NCAA men’s Division I squads in Massachusetts. Those are: Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, Holy Cross, Northeastern, UMass and UMass Lowell.

Why stay local? We feel the Bay State is sometimes overlooked when it comes to men’s hoops. Here, team’s may not get the press coverage of a Duke or North Carolina, but maybe they should. The Crimson have one of the most talented rosters out there, the River Hawks are on the upswing, the Minutemen have a new head coach for the first time since 2008, the Eagles seemed like they will be competitive, the Terriers are seemingly always toward the top of their division, the Crusaders have a bevy of talent and the Huskies are no slouch either.

What our coverage will entail.. Each Monday, with the exception of the opening week, Prime Time will release its Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball Power Rankings. What you can expect from this is pretty much in the name. An article ranking all of the seven local squads. We will not only rank them, but we’ll tell you WHY each team sits where it does.

In addition, every Tuesday, we will announce our Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball 3 Stars of the Week. These will be picked based on perfomances from the past week. 

On top of that, we will have recaps from every game all season.

We hope you stay locked to Prime Time Sports Talk for all your coverage! 



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