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Ken Pomeroy author archives.


December 7, 2009

Best Second-Round Pick Ever?: DeJuan Blair

by Ken Pomeroy

This holiday season we're giving you a free peek inside the College Basketball Prospectus 2009-10. Today Ken ponders just how dumb the NBA had to be to let DeJuan Blair fall to the second round. (Answer: Even dumber than you think.)

April 3, 2009

Transition Game: North Carolina and Pace

by Ken Pomeroy

A careful look at their games shows that North Carolina is at least as likely to win a slow game as they are a fast one.

March 24, 2009

Bracket Breakdown: The Super 16

by Ken Pomeroy

A first weekend devoid of upsets and filled with chalk is one big upset in itself. Now, on to the strongest Sweet 16 ever.

March 18, 2009

The Essential Bracket Previews: West and South

by Ken Pomeroy

It's a much more level playing field at the top this season. No team has greater than a 50% chance of making the Final Four, and we could very well see a five-seed or lower reach Detroit.

November 18, 2008

College Basketball Prospectus 2008-09: Oregon

by Ken Pomeroy

How will Oregon fare now that Malik Hairston and Maarty Leunen have moved on? Here's how we answer that question in our new book.

November 7, 2008

College Basketball Prospectus 2008-09: Boston College

by Ken Pomeroy

We think College Basketball Prospectus 2008-2009 has the finest team previews you'll find anywhere. Ripped from the pages of the book: How far can Tyrese Rice take a young and improving Boston College team?

April 6, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: The National Semifinals

by Ken Pomeroy

Two games, two more double-digit margins as Memphis and Kansas advance to the title game.

April 4, 2008

Back and Forth: The Final Four

by John Gasaway and Ken Pomeroy

Post-apocalypse, the guys survey the new world and see two close games: one high-scoring, one not.

April 3, 2008

Looking Back: The Best and Worst of Pomeroy

by Ken Pomeroy

A season's worth of analysis can yield some gems and some stinkers.

March 31, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: Elite Eight, Day Two

by Ken Pomeroy

With the final two one seeds advancing to San Antonio, the Doomsday Scenario is upon us.

March 29, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: Sweet 16, Day Two

by Ken Pomeroy

With 57 teams having been sent home, half of the remaining field is comprised of #1 seeds.

March 26, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: The Sweet 16

by Ken Pomeroy

Log5 analysis shows good things for UCLA and Kansas, less so for Tennessee...but not because of those free-throw woes for the Vols.

March 24, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: NCAA Tournament, Day Four

by Ken Pomeroy

The four Cinderellas in Tampa whittled their way down to two, while two more one seeds pushed us closer to something even more unlikely than Western Kentucky vs. San Diego.

March 23, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: NCAA Tournament, Day Three

by Ken Pomeroy

Two Pac-10 teams survive scares to advance to the Sweet 16.

March 22, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: NCAAs, Day Two

by Ken Pomeroy

A historic day filled with upsets, great shooting and some very happy coaches of power teams.

Back and Forth: All-American Edition

by John Gasaway and Ken Pomeroy

Ken and John proudly announce the first-ever Pomaway All-American Team: five outstanding players, two of whom are already resting comfortably at home.

March 19, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: South and West

by Ken Pomeroy

There's not as much parity in these brackets, as both UCLA and Memphis have better than a 40 percent chance to reach San Antonio.

March 18, 2008

Bracket Breakdown: East and Midwest

by Ken Pomeroy

Applying the log5 system used for the conference championships to the NCAA bracket produces some interesting results.

March 12, 2008

Conference Tournament Previews: SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, ACC

by Ken Pomeroy

The last of the tournaments kick off Thursday afternoon.

March 11, 2008

Conference Tournament Previews: Conference USA, Mountain West, Atlantic 10, Big East, Pac-10

by Ken Pomeroy

The next batch of conference tournaments kicks off Wednesday.

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