Five biggest games left in the college basketball regular season

With football in the rear-view mirror and the NBA about to hit the All-Star break, the nation’s eyes turn to college hoops. Even though the sport is just getting its first attention of the season, the action and storylines are far closer to a conclusion than you might think. It’s a tad jarring to see how few games remain on the college basketball calendar, yet what we lack in quantity, we find in quality. So many of the games left yet to play have taken on greater significance at the top of conference standings or for bubble teams clawing towards a tournament bid. With just more than a month left until Selection Sunday, these five games carry the greatest importance in the college basketball landscape. 5. Dayton at Rhode Island, March 4 Dayton has earned a reputation as a top-10 team and national title contender by starting the season 22-2. The Flyers entered the national conversation by outperforming expectations at the Maui Invitational in November. In hindsight, however, Dayton’s wins that week over Virgi
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