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The start of the new year also kicks off the beginning of the conference play for most college basketball teams. The conference schedules in the MEAC and SWAC will see historically black universities jockey for position ahead their respective conference tournaments to determine an automatic bid to the Big Dance in March.

Here are some players to keep an eye on this season:

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