As College Football season nears its end, College Basketball is just about to start turning up the heat. We look at conference favorites and plenty more.
Duke suspended Grayson Allen indefinitely following his latest tripping incident; now what? That plus, we recap a couple big games and breakdown Kyle Guy.
Unraveling after a great start at Kansas State, the once much-hyped Marcus Foster has re-emerged with Creighton. And he hasn’t disappointed.
When Justin Jackson began his colleigate career, he was ranked ahead of names such as D’Angelo Russell and Karl Anthony-Towns. Is this the year he shines?
Hey, remember Villanova? You know, the team that won it all last year? They’re not going anywhere. Plus we discuss the fallout from the Champions Classic.
Time for another edition of the Champions Classic, where Duke will look to get revenge on KU and MSU will look to avoid consecutive losses to open the year.
It’s finally time; college basketball is upon us. To get ready, we talk about the bigs (like Kansas, UK, etc…) but also make predictions for plenty more.
Over the last few years, Duke’s Coach K has transformed into Kentucky’s Coach Calipari… in a way. Plus, another primer to ready you for the CBB season.
Villanova. North Carolina. It all comes down to this. Who’s your pick?
Fans get bent out of shape when teams cheat, but when it’s their own, do they really care? Judging from rabid reactions across the country, it’s unlikely. Winning cures all, right?
We each can recall a moment when we truly became a sports fan. For this seven-year-old, it was because of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
With two teams already determined, who else will punch their ticket to the Final Four tonight?
Who makes it out of each regional? The Elite Eight starts tonight!
After last night’s action, who moves on after tonight? Our guide to Friday’s Sweet 16 matchups.
Will the collective group that Kansas possesses be enough to overwhelm Maryland’s Melo Trimble? That and more as we look forward to Thursday’s action:
It’s time for the Sweet 16. But first, there’s a handful of things you should know.
The first two days of this tournament were unforgettable. Today, a No. 9 versus a No. 1 might be the best matchup of the day.