Below are 6 well-respected people who write about college basketball analytics.
This list isn't exhaustive. If you have someone worth following with interesting insights about advanced stats, please send me a suggestion and I'll add it to this list.
The inspiration for this site. Read and subscribe to KenPom.com. Follow @kenpomeroy too.
Dean Oliver wrote Basketball on Paper, founded several advanced statistics, and has worked in the front office for multiple NBA teams.
He's worth a follow @deano_lytics.
John Gasaway covers college basketball for ESPN Insider. He writes about on his own site too, and can be followed @johngasaway.
Bart Torvik runs his own analysis at barttovik.com. You can find him on Twitter, and he shares several useful tools to compare teams all the way to 2008.
Erik Haslam owns and runs the analytics site haslametrics.com. He tweets about college hoops @haslametrics.
Luke Winn is a senior writer at Sports Illustrated. He gives out analytics based awards, and is a good follow @lukewinn.
Adrian Atkinson is a data scientist and in his free time, he analyzes college hoops. Specifically, he covers North Carolina basketball at his blog, The Secondary Break. He's contributed to tons of places, including ESPN, and you can follow him on Twitter @FreeportKid.
Jon Pence runs two outstanding sites, scacchoops.com and ncaagamesim.com. Follow him @scacchoops.
Jordan Sperber is the video coordinator at New Mexico State, runs thehoopvision.com, and distributes a coaching analytics newsletter. Follow him @hoopvision68.