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The Sun's Arizin: Previews, previews and more previews!

College basketball comin'!

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Everyone is ramping up their college basketball coverage it seems. Soak it in! College basketball is getting closer and closer every day!

And now, the "news."

CoBL College Preview: Villanova Wildcats Primer | City of Basketball Love
Villanova will once again be the dominant team in the city, and in the Big East.

Ochefu ready for senior year after a summer with "Crazy Frank" | City of Basketball Love
“Crazy Frank” is also known as Frank Matrisciano, a notorious instructor who has worked with some of the best players in the NBA including Blake Griffin and Zach Randolph. Matrisciano pushes players to the max both physically and mentally, and Ochefu feels like he got his body and mind right working with him prior to his senior season at Villanova.

Big East basketball preview: Villanova looks like the team to beat |
Big East basketball preview: Villanova appears poised to capture another conference, with Georgetown and Xavier lurking as tough competition.

Notes from Big East Media Day | ESPN ($)
Big East coaches talk about recruiting the deep talent base on the East Coast, and how the talent influx is going to set up their league for years to come.

What about the Rest of the Big East? | CoxHub
Vin Parise and Adam Finkelstein look at the the Big East and how it could shake out this season.

Top 10 preseason storylines to watch |
From the wide-open battle for No. 1 to the Hall of Fame coaches on hot seats, here are 10 storylines to watch in college basketball this season.

The 25 most intriguing non-league games of the 2015-16 season | Yahoo Sports
Kentucky makes the most appearances with four. Duke, Maryland and Kansas also make multiple appearances. 'Nova has two games in the Top 10... not hard to figure out which ones.

Moving college hoops season won't fix what's broken | Sporting News
Last week, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott advocated for shifting the college basketball season to start a month later, so that it would be contained as a “one-semester sport.”