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Where are the mid-major stars now? Stephen F. Austin’s Thomas Walkup

Recently being named to the Greek preliminary squad for the FIBA World Cup, Walkup played four years for SFA, leading them to three Southland conference titles

Conference moves that we want to happen

In an era where conference realignment in some form is almost guaranteed every offseason, lets add more fuel to the fire for these programs.

Fordham’s veteran leadership has made all the difference

Khalid Moore and Darius Quisenberry playing pivotal roles in Rams success so far.

Wofford and Furman have put the spotlight on the SoCon, but don’t forget about UNCG

Wes Miller’s Spartans are quietly having one of their best seasons in program history. With unpredictability on offense, UNCG has put itself in a position to win the conference for a second straight season.

Freshman Luka Brajkovic is emerging at Davidson

The 6-foot-10 freshman from Austria was also recruited by a handful of Power 5 schools, but Bob McKillop was able to bring him to Davidson.

Campbell is one of the most fun shows in college basketball and Chris Clemons is the star

Chris Clemons started his senior season by dropping 44 points on UNC-Wilmington. Can he and Kevin McGeehan lead the Camels to their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1992?

TBT Preview: Milwaukee alumni hope to play for a cause

The Banner Boys are playing to combat the heroin epidemic.

Markis McDuffie reflects on the legacy of coach Bob Hurley and St. Anthony

St. Anthony will close its doors at the end of the school year.

Loyola’s backcourt: 10 years strong

Clayton Custer and Ben Richardson have been friends and teammates since third grade.

URI walk-on Will Leviton’s story comes full-circle in Sacramento

Rhode Island’s student-manager-turned-walk-on has become the “invisible heart and soul” of the team.

Chima Moneke has traveled a long way for UC Davis

He’s lived on five continents and spent two seasons at a community college, but has finally found a home at UC Davis.

Junior Robinson is confident, and rightfully so

Robinson is listed as the shortest player in Division I basketball. But what he does for his team measures off the charts.

Norse Mythology: Why Northern Kentucky’s win is so special

The Norse have already made history this season. But there is so much more to come.

Northwestern State looks to shake their own Demons

A successful pre-season trip to Canada has head coach Mike McConathy feeling optimistic about his Demons.

Rodney Terry has Fresno State playing blue collar basketball

Fresno State is looking to repeat in the Mountain West Conference

UC San Diego is ready for its Division I moment

The Tritons are knocking on the front door of the mid-major party, but will the Big West open up?

Rick Byrd's persistence pays off at Belmont

After 30 years as Belmont’s head coach, the team itself embodies Rick Byrd’s persona.

Randy Rahe holds his cards close to his chest

Weber State returns an impressive roster of talent for the 2016-17 season.

The Best Rivalry Out West: Gonzaga - St. Mary’s

The West Coast brawl most of us are missing out on

Freshmen to Watch in the Horizon League

Which freshmen are set to make an immediate impact for their schools in 2016-17?

Santa Claus: A scouting report from the North Pole

Could the big man in the red suit be the greatest undiscovered basketball player yet? We found an old scouting report that says yes.

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Have No Doubts About Zags in NCAA Tournament

It has been a fun little game to poke holes in Gonzaga given its performance in the NCAA Tournament. But if you look at the numbers, this could be the season that ends all the doubts about Mark Few and the Bulldogs in March.

I Need Another High

When David Simon created The Wire, he had no idea that it could also be used to explain college basketball upsets. Sit back, relax, and let us guide you through the ultimate of highs.

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How Tommy Amaker transformed Harvard

After decades of irrelevance, Harvard basketball is a winning program thanks to Tommy Amaker, who is changing the school both on and off the court.

Canyon Barry: The CAA's Next Big Star

While Canyon Barry has garnered national media attention for shooting free throws underhanded like his legendary father, his potential to be one of the best all-around players in the CAA has The College of Charleston Cougars primed for success.

From American U, With Love

What happens when a former student, used to covering one of the biggest programs in the country returns to his freshman year home? He finds a love for college basketball, living in Bender Arena.

CAA Q+A: Towson's Pat Skerry

After a win over Northeastern, Towson (19-9, 10-3) head coach Pat Skerry talked with Mid-Major Madness about his team that has now defeated every conference foe in the Colonial.

CAA Q+A: Northeastern's Scott Eatherton

After redshirting 2012-13 following his transfer to Northeastern, Huskies forward Scott Eatherton has played like one of the best mid-major big men in the country.

Mo Watson Jr.: The Best PG You Haven't Seen

Boston University isn't the biggest draw in Boston. So if you haven't been paying attention, you may have missed one of the most explosive point guards in the country. Mo Watson Jr. is leading the Terriers to the top of the Patriot League.

CAA Q+A: Jerrelle Benimon on Towson's Hot Start

With the Towson Tigers off to their best start in program history, Mid Major Madness caught up with Pat Skerry's best player and CAA Player of the Year front-runner, Jerrelle Benimon, to discuss Towson's great November.

Good Touch, Bad Touch

A run of incidents in the past year - some high profile, others only talked about in smaller circles - have led some to wonder whether the issue of sexual predation in college athletics is one of epidemic or histrionic.