Best college home courts - Duke #2, Maryland #15, rest of ACC unranked
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MoDuke v2 is gone Jan 20, 2013
carolina is mighty glad they didn't have to play in Hinkle. If they had then the heels would have been down by north of 50 before the Bulldogs let off the gas.
uncsuckz Jan 20, 2013
How about Butler's home court, Hinkle Fieldhouse? Pretty delirious...at least Gonzaga would agree.
Toddler10-21 Jan 20, 2013
Any team that comes to Cameron Indoor Stadium you are already down by 10! The hardest job in College Basketball is being a ref in Cameron. Especially when Duke is behind. The ref's also change there whistles at the ten minute mark of each half because they are worn out.
Tar Heels Victory-Show No Mercer Jan 16, 2013
I guess you have landed. You sure are posting a lot! LOL!
FAN72 Jan 16, 2013
And how was best defined again? Size?-doesn't matter for Duke. Fan enthusiasm?-I certainly would not have listed Kentucky's Rupp Arena as number 10! I could go on, but I think most posters get my point.
Unc r Hypocrits Jan 16, 2013
The Carrier Dome? I don't get that one. Isn't that a football stadium?
Coach Doherty Jan 16, 2013
Once again ESPN is garbage! Quote another source that has some credibility.
903 mens national championships Jan 16, 2013
The 10 best home courts in college basketball:
1. Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas
2. Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke
3. Assembly Hall, Indiana
4. McCarthey Athletic Center, Gonzaga
5. The Pit, New Mexico
6. Breslin Center, Michigan State
7. Koch Arena, Wichita State 8. Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh 9. Carrier Dome, Syracuse 10. Rupp Arena, Kentucky
Five other good ones: Kohl Center, Wisconsin; Joyce Center, Notre Dame; Viejas Arena, San Diego State; McKale Center, Arizona; Comcast Center, Maryland
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