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Former five-star Juzang transferring from Kentucky (CBB News)

Former five-star forward Johnny Juzang announced he was leaving Kentucky via the transfer portal. He averaged almost three points in his lone season in Lexington.

Texas Athletic Direct Chris Del Conte announced that men’s basketball coach Shaka Smart will remain as Texas Head Coach, stating “Shaka’s our coach.”

AP co-SEC Player of the Year Mason Jones announced he would be entering the 2020 NBA Draft. While the Arkansas guard did not sign with an agent it seems evident he will not be back in Fayetteville next season.

Sacred Heart grad transfer Forward EJ Anosike announced he was committing to play his final year of elgibility at Tennessee. The 6-6 forward averaged sixteen points and twelve rebounds in his final season at Sacred Heart.

Canada’s top high school basketball prospect Josh Primo announced his commitment to Alabama on Friday. Primo is a six-five guard with a six-nine wingspan.

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ESPN’s 2020 College Basketball Class Rankings at the COVID-19 induced hiatus (Kentucky continues to dominate)

Here are ESPN’s 2020 College Basketball Class Rankings during a second recruiting dead period due to the coronavirus pandemic:

6.BJ Boston (#1SF) Chatsworth,CA (Sierra Canyon)
8.Terrence Clark (#3SF) Wolfebro,NH (Brewster)
25.Devin Askew (#7PG) Santa Ana,CA (Mater Dei)
30.Isaiah Jackson (#5PF) Pontiac,MI (Waterford Mott)

15.Jalen Johnson (#4SF) Glendale,WI (Nicolet)
18.Jeremy Roach (#4PG) Leesburg,VA (Paul VI)
23.DJ Steward (#6SG) Chicago,IL (Whitney Young)
24.Jaemyn Brakefield (#4PF) Jackson,MS (Huntington Prep)

3.North Carolina
11.Day’Ron Sharpe (#2C) Winterville,NC (Montverde)
14.Walker Kessler (#4C) Fairburn,GA (Woodward)
17.Caleb Love (#3PG) Saint Louis,MO (Christian Brothers)
39.RJ Davis (#8PG) White Plains,NY (Archbishop Stepinac)

13.Isaiah Todd (#3PF) Richmond,VA (Word of God Christian)
36.Hunter Dickinson (#7C) Hyattsville,MD (DeMatha)
71.Zeb Jackson (#14SG) Toledo,OH (Montverde)
76.Terrance Williams (#14PF) Washington,DC (Gonzaga College)

16.Jaden Springer (#3SG) Charlotte,NC (IMG)
26.Keon Johnson (#5SF) Bell Buckle,TN (The Webb)
73.Corey Walker (#12PF) Jacksonville,FL (Hargrave Military)
NR.Malachi Wideman (#29SG) Sarasota,FL (Riverview)

38.Moses Moodey (#10SG) Little Rock,AR (Montverde)
82.KK Robinson (#20PG) Little Rock,AR (Oak Hill)
83.Davonte Davis (#18SG) Jacksoville,AR (Jacksonville)
88.Jaylin Williams (#13C) Fort Smith,AR (Northside)

5.Jalen Suggs (#2PG) Minneapolis,MN (Minneheha)
54.Dominick Harris (#11SG) Murrieta,CA (Rancho Christian)
59.Julian Strawther (#17SF) Henderson,NV (Liberty)

8.Oklahoma State
3.Cade Cunnigham (#1PG) Arlington,TX (Montverde)
52.Rondel Walker (#11PG) Oklahoma City,OK (Putnam City West)
NR.Montreal Pena (#41PF) Arlington,TX (James Martin)

9.NC State
44.Josh Hall (#11SF) Hickory,NC (Moravian Prep)
62.Cam Hayes (#14PG) Greensboro,NC (Greensboro Day)
NR.Shakeel Moore (#24PG) Greensboro,NC (Moravian Prep)
NR.Ebenezer Dowuna (#22C) Newman,GA (Heritage)

10.Texas Tech
21.Nimari Burnett (#4SG) Chicago,IL (Prolific Prep)
31.Micah Peavy (#6SF) Houston,TX (Duncanville)
NR.Chibuzo Agbo (#32PF) San Diego,CA (Saint Augustine)


Ranking landing spots for QB Cam Newton

4.Buffalo Bills
Buffalo might already have Josh Allen as a longterm starter but the Bills would be fine overpaying for a QB2 that could potentially take over as their starter. Plus, Newton worked alongside Sean McDermott and GM Brandon Beane.

3.Las Vegas Raiders
Everyone knows Cam Newton can step up and take the starting spot in Las Vegas over two tenured QBs, Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota. But I don’t know if it’s the best fit for Cam.

2.Los Angeles Chargers
Tyrod Taylor is not a guy that’s going to stay longterm as a starting QB. But why not get a former NFL MVP if you’re Los Angeles?

1.New England Patriots
If Bill Belichick is upset with New England’s QB room (young QBs Jarrett Stidham and a potential drafted QB plus veteran QB Brian Hoyer), he can choose to go after Newton who seems to be a good fit for the Patriots.

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Seeding a sixty-four team college football tournament for the 2019-2020 season

Today, I’m going to be announcing the seedings and pairings for what a sixty-four team tournament would’ve looked like in college football during the 2019-2020 season.

Basic Rules:
1.The four teams that made the playoff are the top seeds (LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, and Oklahoma).
2.Like in the basketball tournament, the top two seed cannot play with the top one seed.
3.Also, I tried my best to not put any of the top four seeded teams together that were in the same conference, but some were inevitable.
4.I used locations that would’ve been used for the 2020 NCAA Basketball Tournament.

South Region (Houston)

St. Louis

8.Arizona State



6.Central Florida

14.Ole Miss

10.Kansas State


West Region (Los Angeles)



12.Virginia Tech

13.Michigan State

6.Air Force
11.Oklahoma State


7.Texas A&M
10.North Dakota State


Midwest Region (Indianapolis)

1.Ohio State



13.South Carolina

St. Louis
6.Air Force

3.Notre Dame

10.Louisiana Tech

15.Wake Forest

East Region (New York)

16.West Virginia

8.San Diego State

5.Appalachian State
12.North Carolina

13.Oregon State

11.Mississippi State

3.Penn State

7.Florida Atlantic


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Former Ivy League Player of the Year Towns chooses to transfer to Ohio State (CBB News)

Harvard standout forward Seth Towns announced he was grad transferring to Ohio State over a list that included Duke among many others. Towns announced his decision on SportsCenter a couple nights ago.

Duke Guard Tre Jones is headed to the NBA Draft according to multiple sources. Jones was the ACC Player of the Year, as he averaged sixteen points and almost seven assists. He is a projected first round pick. Veteran Duke Guard Alex O’Connell could be leaving Duke via the transfer portal but nothing is official yet.

Georgia Guard Anthony Edwards announced he is headed to the 2020 draft as well. Edwards is considered at the very least a top three pick and likely will fall within the top two selections according to most mock drafts. He averaged nineteen points, five rebounds, and three assists during his lone season at Georgia. He signed its Octagon Basketball, which also represents NBA superstars Stephen Curry and Giannis Antetokounmpo among many other NBA players.

Here’s the 2020 College Basketball AP All American Team:
G:Payton Pritchard,Oregon
G:Myles Powell,Seton Hall
G:Markus Howard,Marquette
F:Obi Toppin,Dayton
F:Luka Garza,Iowa

Blog Update

2020 cbhsports Spring Break Schedule

Here is my 2020 Spring Break post schedule for cbhsports:

Monday March 23-Friday March 27
Posts at 2 PM CT

Saturday March 28 and Sunday March 29
Posts at 11 AM CT

Monday March 30
Post at 2 PM CT

Also, check out my new logo in the featured image above.


Tom Brady is leaving Patriots (NFL Free Agency News)

QB Tom Brady announced on social media that he won’t be returning to Foxboro next season. Brady spent twenty seasons as a New England Patriots. Brady is likely looking at going to the LA Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, and more for his future.

Texans Wide Receiver De’Andre Hopkins has been traded to the Arizona Cardinals for a deal centering Running Back David Johnson.

Dallas Cowboys have re-signed Amari Cooper on a five-year contract worth $100 million.

The Carolina Panthers have decided to let QB Cam Newton seek a trade.

QB Teddy Bridgewater, Panthers are nearing a deal with the Carolina Panthers on a three-year deal around sixty million dollars.


Cowboys use exclusive franchise tag on QB Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys have placed the exclusive franchise tag on QB Dak Prescott the team announced Monday. That said, Dallas wants to ink a long term deal with Dak at some point. With the exclusive tag, Dak can’t talk with other teams. Prescott is the sixth quarterback ever to receive the exclusive franchise tag, most recently it being Kirk Cousins with the Washington Redskins back in 2017. The exclusive tag is worth $33 million according the the franchise.

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We have to wait until March 14,2021…

It was confirmed that both the 2020 men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament Brackets will not be released this “Selection Sunday” March 15,2020. The NCAA said that while the men’s committee started working on a bracket, the women’s committee had not started working to complete a tournament bracket out. They also stated that the bracket would not be up to its full standard due to the cancellations of all of the major conference tournaments. We will have to wait until Sunday March 14,2021 to have our next Selection Sunday. And before that we will get the fifth edition of the “bracket preview” on CBS, five Sundays before the sixty-eight are selected with the top sixteen teams announced in the committees eyes on February 7,2021.

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cbhsports 2020-2021 College Football Schedule Predictions 4:Oklahoma to open 2020 season with fourth new quarterback in as many seasons

Week Opponent Predicted Record (W/L)
1 Missouri State Win 1-0 (0-0) Big 12
2 Tennessee Win 2-0 (0-0) Big 12
3 Bye None 2-0 (0-0) Big 12
4 at.Army Win 3-0 (0-0) Big 12
5 Baylor Win 4-0 (1-0) Big 12
6 vs.Texas (Dallas,TX) Win 5-0 (2-0) Big 12
7 at.Iowa State Loss 5-1 (2-1) Big 12
8 Oklahoma State Win 6-1 (3-1) Big 12
9 at.TCU Loss 6-2 (3-2) Big 12
10 at.West Virginia Win 7-2 (4-2) Big 12
11 Kansas State Win 8-2 (5-2) Big 12
12 Kansas Win 9-2 (7-2) Big 12
13 at.Texas Tech Win 10-2 (8-2) Big 12