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'Tis the season of ... upsets? There have been plenty. 13 of the D3hoops.com Men's Preseason Top 25 have lost and even the women have seen some shockers (Eastern Connecticut over Amherst!) with 12 of their 25 having lost. So, I guess there are many teams thankful this time of year?

Sunday on Hoopsville, Dave recaps a wacky few weeks of basketball and previews what could be very topsy-turvy first in-season Top 25s. Dave also welcomes one of the teams which pulled off one of the larger upsets in the last week, Loras, who defeated No. 3 Augustana.

Division III also hears from the new men's basketball committee chair for the first time this season. Gallaudet Associate Athletic Director for Communications Sam Atkinson joins Dave in studio live to talk about the new-look national committee, how the work has evolved not only over the years but also the last few months, and take questions from viewers.

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Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Chris Martin, Loras men's coach
- Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Assoc. Athletic Director of Communications & Men's National Committee Chair
- Bob Quillman, Central Region expert

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