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Scouting Reports

Nov. 21, 2005
Nov. 21, 2005

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Nov. 21, 2005

SI Players: Life On and Off The Field
Catching Up With
Air and Space
College Football
Pro Football
Soccer
  • After finishing in the lower third of the regular-season standings, the Galaxy was an unlikely MLS title contender. More improbable still was the hero who would deliver Los Angeles its second Cup in four years

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 2005--06
COLLEGE BASKETBALL 2005 - 06
College Basketball 2005-06
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TOP 20

This is an article from the Nov. 21, 2005 issue

1. DUKE

2. TEXAS

3. CONNECTICUT

4. MICHIGAN STATE

5. OKLAHOMA

6. ARIZONA

7. GONZAGA

8. BOSTON COLLEGE

9. MEMPHIS

10. VILLANOVA

11. LOUISVILLE

12. WEST VIRGINIA

13. KENTUCKY

14. STANFORD

15. UCLA

16. WAKE FOREST

17. NORTHERN IOWA

18. IOWA

19. ILLINOIS

20. WASHINGTON

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PHOTOPhotograph by John Biever  WITHIN REACH Paul Davis (left) and Michigan State have their sights set on a return to the Final Four. Kentucky, with Randolph Morris, is aiming for its first national title since 1998.