No Shot Clock, Ep. 63: Breaking down the preseason Super 25

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Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen reveal thepreseason Super 25 rankings, starting with the top-ranked squad and continuing all the way down to No. 25. Then we wrap things up by mentioning some of the teams that just missed the cut.

No mailbag this week (too many teams to talk about) but that will return next week. Email questions to mobrien@suntimes.com.

Teams discussed in this episode: Benet, Buffalo Grove, De La Salle, Minooka, Naperville North, Wheaton North, St. Ignatius, St. Viator, St. Charles North, Proviso East, Lincoln-Way East, Willowbrook, DePaul Prep, Kenwood, Libertyville, McHenry, Joliet West, Joliet Central, Uplift, Evanston, Farragut, Hinsdale South, St. Charles East, Oak Park, North Lawndale, Batavia, New Trier, Hillcrest, Bloom, West Aurora, St. Rita, Orr, Bolingbrook, Simeon, Bogan, Larkin, Waukegan, Morgan Park, Young, Curie, Bogan, Fenwick, Romeoville, Geneva, Leo, Lake Zurich, St. Joseph.

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