2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/17h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- Full Schedule
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Other key visits this weekend… • Five-star forward Jarred Vanderbilt (No. 23) heads to TCU for an unofficial visit. The Horned Frogs have moved into a good spot for Vanderbilt since hiring Corey Barker, Vanderbilt's cousin, as an assistant coach. Former New Mexico center Nikola Skecic will also be on campus. • Tennessee welcomes Isaiah Stokes (No. 60) and four-star forward Tyler Polley. • No. 51 Ethan Thompson heads to Oregon State for his official visit. The Beavers' conducted an in-home visit on Sunday, and they have the edge in his recruitment: Thompson's father is an assistant coach and his brother plays for the Beavers. • Xavier Tillman (No. 75) takes his official visit to Michigan State, two weeks after going there on an unofficial visit. Purdue, Florida and Marquette are also in the mix. • Justin Smith (No. 80) cut his list to four this week, and will visit Villanova this weekend. He took a trip to Indiana last weekend, was at Xavier earlier this month, and will visit Stanford later this month. • Anthony Gaines (Butler), Devontae Shuler (South Carolina), Evan Battey (Miami), Jamal Cain (Marquette), Abu Kigab (Illinois), Victor Uyaelunmo (USC), Darryl Morsell (Notre Dame) and C.J. Roberts (Missouri) are some other visits to keep an eye on.
Kentucky's best teams in the Calipari era have thrived on talent and depth. And the 2016-17 group possesses both.
Syracuse bolstered its roster, while Ohio State saw its fall apart. Watching the transfer list can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on who you root for.
It's not a vacation: Teams get to go abroad once every four years, so they better get something out of it. What did each traveling squad learn this summer? We go through the list.
New athletic director Jim Sterk said Thursday that he wants to foster an "inclusive, diverse and successful" environment on the Missouri campus.
Missouri will hire Jim Sterk as its new athletic director. Sterk has been San Diego State's AD since 2010.
Kentucky holds a huge home-court advantage at Rupp Arena. Is it the toughest place to play in the SEC? Cast your vote.
Kentucky led the nation in attendance last season, but is it the toughest place in the SEC to play? Where does Florida's O'Connell Center stand?
The Missouri Tigers' men's basketball program will remain on probation through August 2017 as the NCAA signed off on the school's self-imposed sanctions.
Some college hoops teams will be spending time out of the country this summer on international trips. Here's the full list of teams traveling abroad.
Missouri takes over the SEC Network
The 24-hour Missouri marathon begins at midnight on SEC Network. Among the great Tigers games being replayed on Friday are the 2001 basketball win over Kansas and the 2008 Alamo Bowl victory. Full schedule
The NBA will keep calling John Calipari. But will he ever answer? Don't count on it. He's a fixture in Lexington. Our stability rankings look at who else is solid in the SEC and who isn't so set.
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
CBB bracket according to coaches in field: Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Nov. 17, 18,20): Arizona State-Northern Iowa and Tulane-Oklahoma on one side of bracket; Clemson-Davidson and Xavier-Missouri on the other.
Porter likely Seattle bound
Michael Porter Jr. cut his list back in May, with Washington, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri and Virginia still in contention. But all signs point to Porter ending up at Washington. Post-Peach Jam updates (Insider)
There's no question Kim Anderson walked into a tough situation in Missouri, but he -- and the athletic department -- need to start making strides soon.
Kentucky began last season as the SEC favorite, but Texas A&M stole the spotlight. Can the Aggies repeat as conference champs?
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Former Louisville signee Frankie Hughes tells ESPN he has committed to Missouri.
Missouri Tigers vs Alabama A&M Bulldogs
Mizzou Arena - Sat 11/12