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November 13, 2010

College Basketball Prospectus 2010-11 now in paperback

Filed under: cbp2010,Uncategorized — dpease @ 6:39 pm

Good news–College Basketball Prospectus 2010-11 is now available for purchase in paperback, as well as PDF. The book weighs in at a stout 358 pages this year–that’s nearing twice the page count of last year’s edition–but at $19.95 list price, it’s only $3.00 more than last year. You can click here to buy a copy of the book from Createspace, or if you prefer to purchase from, the book will be available there soon.

November 9, 2010

Update your College Basketball Prospectus PDF

Filed under: cbp2010,Uncategorized — John Gasaway @ 12:55 pm

Earlier versions of the CBP 2010-11 previewed 344 D-I teams–we somehow failed to include a writeup for the Citadel. To get that 345th preview update your PDF today. If you’ve already purchased the PDF the update is of course free: simply visit “manage my profile” at Baseball Prospectus (or click here).

Kudos and an autographed copy of the 359-page glossy-cover College Basketball Prospectus 2010-11 (due out in a few days) to alert reader Andrew M

November 5, 2010

College Basketball Prospectus PDF update

Filed under: cbp2010,Uncategorized — dpease @ 1:05 pm

We’ve just pushed the first update of the College Basketball Prospectus 2010-11 PDF, with a few very small updates. If you’ve purchased the PDF, as always, you’ll get all future updates for free. To download the updated PDF, visit your “manage my profile” page at Baseball Prospectus (or click here).

November 4, 2010

It’s out! College Basketball Prospectus 2010-11

Filed under: cbp2010,Uncategorized — John Gasaway @ 2:26 pm

The essential 359-page guide to the college hoops season is now available as a PDF for just $9.94. Why, that’s just pennies per tempo-free preview! The paperback version will be available from very soon and of course from Amazon soon after that.

We covered all 345 D-I teams. The PDF will look super nifty on your iPad. The guy who did the Foreword’s kind of well known.

Want to know what I think? You should buy this book.

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