Analytics say that Arizona Wildcats football fans are currently “distraught,” and are the unhappiest fans in the Pac-12, according to ESPN’s Fan Happiness Index. The Wildcats ranked 116th out of 128 programs in the index, which not only makes them last in the Pac-12, but second to last among all Power Five programs, only ahead of the Kansas Jayhawks. The Fan Happiness Index is comprised of six elements: program power, rivalry dominance, coaching stability, recruiting trend, revenue growth and Twitter buzz. The elements are graded on a 0-100 scale. Here’s how Arizona did on each one: Program power: 62 Arizona’s program power scored a 62 out of 100, which combines the strength of records from 2012-2016
CBS Sports college basketball writers Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Reid Forgrave spent much of July on the road in cities across the country, covering the live recruiting periods. The internet has been populated with writers' rankings for 2017-18 since, literally, the morning after North Carolina Tar Heels defeated Gonzaga Bulldogs in the national championship game. You're reading up on college basketball content the desert of the offseason that is mid-August, so we know you care about the sport and are aware of the teams that are considered strongest as we head toward the 2017-18 season. Here are the top five vote-getters -- the teams expected by college coaches to do best this season.