Eric Sorensen continues his season previews today for February 18th checking in on six conferences over the last two days. He checked in on the MEAC, MAC, Mountain West, Missouri Valley, Ohio Valley, and the Northeast conferences. The first conference he checked in on was the MEAC where he puts Bethune Cookman as the favorite for 2008. He also lists North Carolina A&T as a contender and Norfolk State as a darkhorse. The full article is available here. The MAC is featured with Kent State, Eastern Michigan, and Central Michigan as the favorites. He lists Northern Illinois and Miami (OH) as contenders with Akron as the darkhorse. The full article is available here. He picks TCU in the Mountain West conference with San Diego State and BYU as contenders and New Mexico as a darkhorse. The full article is available here. One of the other conferences he checks in with is the Missouri Valley. He puts Wichita State in the favorites role after making it to the Super Regionals in 2007. He lists Creighton and Southern Illinois as the contenders and Bradley as a darkhorse. The full article is available here. The second to last conference he checks in with is the Ohio Valley Conference where he picks Austin Peay as the overwhelming favorite while he puts Jacksonville State, Samford, and Eastern Kentucky as contenders while Tennessee Tech is the darkhorse. The full article is available here. The final preview is of the Northeast Conference. He puts the NCAA Tourney participant Monmouth as the favorite in the conference with Quinnipiac and Central Connecticut State as contenders and Wagner as a darkhorse. The full article is available here.
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