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Posted at 11:29 AM ET, 01/24/2011

Is there too much parity in college basketball?

By Eric Prisbell

Some links to check out Monday:

Bracketology 101 says it is harder than ever before to predict the tournament field because of all the parity. I agree.

Patrick Stevens examines the schedule strength in the CAA.

A few days old, but SI.com looks at the new sounds of March Madness.

Jason King takes a look at Maryland's Jordan Williams and the rest of the ACC.

Gary Parrish on national player of the year candidate Jared Sullinger.

Kansas sophomore Thomas Robinson, a D.C. native, received a call from his 9-year-old sister on Friday informing him that his mother was dead. More on Robinson's ordeal.

By Eric Prisbell  | January 24, 2011; 11:29 AM ET
 
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