Jay Bilas (@jaybilas): Bilas' constant railing against the NCAA can be tiring, and his game analysis has suffered without the buffers of Sean McDonough and Bill Raftery, but the former Dukie is still a must follow who demands your attention.
Eamonn Brennan (@eamonnbrennan): ESPN's chief basketball blogger does a great job of tweeting out links to the World Wide Leader's basketball coverage and is an all-around good guy.
Dan Dakich (@dandakich): Be warned, Dakich is nuts. Just plain nuts. And that makes him a great college basketball follow.
Rob Dauster (@robdauster): The leader of NBC's College Basketball Talk aggregation blog, Dauster makes it his job to keep up with what's going on in hoops.
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Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops): Some are put off by the Sports Illustrated and CBS analyst, but Davis is not shy with his opinions and he has great access.
Mike DeCourcy (@tsnmike): The Sporting News' college basketball guru can go overboard defending the coaches, but Mike doesn't mind going against the grain.
Pat Forde (@yahooforde): Plenty of Kentucky fans think of Ford as Public Enemy No. 1, but there isn't a better reporter or more fearless sports writer working today.
John Gasaway (@johngasaway): Gasaway started out with his Big Ten Wonk blog before being scooped up by ESPN. He's a numbers guy who knows how to weave the metrics into readable assertions. Not always easy to do.
Jeff Goodman (@goodmanespn): He's not John Calipari's favorite reporter and the reason is what makes Goodman good. The guy is fearless when it comes to getting a story and a great tweet.
Doug Gottlieb (@GottliebShow): Love him or hate him, oh, never mind, a sizable portion of the college basketball fan base despises the CBS analyst and radio show host. He doesn't seem to care, which is part of Gottlieb's charm.
Joe Lunardi (@espnlunardi): Not sure what it says about someone who thinks about NCAA Tournament brackets every waking moment, but no one is better at sizing up college basketball's end-game.
Andy Katz (@espnandykatz): ESPN's utility guy when it comes to college hoops, Andy has a cornucopia of hoops connections.
Dana O'Neil (@espndanaoneil): Another in ESPN's deep bench of college basketball reporters, O'Neil is a terrific feature writer who knows her hoops.
Gary Parrish (@garyparrishcbs): CBS' lead college basketball reporter is as plugged in as it comes to college hoops and has a history with John Calipari thanks to covering Cal for the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
Ken Pomeroy (@kenpomeroy): The king of the basketball analytics' nerds, Pomeroy's site of tempo-free stats is the go-to guide for the serious college basketball fan.
Jon Rothstein (@jonrothstein): Another of CBS' college hoops reporters, Rothstein seems to love every team and every player, but he has great access and obviously loves the sport.
Mark Titus (@ClubTrillion): The former Ohio State walk-on gained fame with his blog and now writes for Grantland. A fun read with a unique perspective, Titus pulls no punches.
Dick Vitale (@DickieV): Come on, it's Dickie V. And you know you love that incessant stream of people getting their picture taken with a college basketball legend.
Luke Winn (@lukewinn): It would be a very interesting field trip to climb inside the brain of Sports Illustrated's chief college basketball analytics expert.
Dan Wolken (@danwolken): You don't have to agree with Wolken's myriad opinions, but you have to admire his willingness to constantly stick out his neck.