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Harris scores 35, Nicholls tops Spring Hill 88-64

DeAndre Harris scored a career-high 35 points on 11-of-20 shooting and Nicholls ran away early from Division II Spring Hill for an 88-64 win on Wednesday night to close out its nonconference seas

1522dESPN.com staff

Big Ten fall recruiting capsules

With another season about to start and fewer than six months until signing day, Big Ten recruiting writers Brad Bournival and Tom VanHaaren give an update on how each conference team is faring on the recruiting trail.

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1524dTom VanHaaren

State of Illinois pivotal in Big Ten success

Ohio is the prime state in the Midwest when it comes to producing football prospects, with 346 ranked three-stars or higher from 2010 to 2013. The state produces great prospects year in and year out, but it isn’t the only place top talent is bred in the region.

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1524dJason King

Top 10 Tuesday: Under-the-radar storylines

Brad Stevens left Butler for the Boston Celtics, P.J. Hairston’s future is in jeopardy at North Carolina and the ACC is bigger and better than ever thanks to the addition of Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame.

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1524dTom VanHaaren and Brad Bournival

The List: Most important Big Ten recruits

The Big Ten needs to add impact players across the board, so this 2014 recruiting class is going to be a crucial one. While Michigan and Ohio State lead the way in the class rankings, each team has important commitments in their own right.

1529dESPN.com staff

Times/networks for Big Ten/ACC Challenge

The times and networks have been finalized for the 15th annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, which will take place Dec. 3-4 on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU.All 12 Big Ten teams and 12 of the 15 ACC schools will participate in the 2013 Challenge, including the three newest ACC members (Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Syracuse).

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Big Ten Basketball Power Rankings

Summer Shootaround: Big TenCatching up on news and notes from the Big Ten offseason while looking ahead to 2013-14 with predictions and analysis. ReadGreenberg: 2013-14 Big Ten Power RankingsSeth Greenberg provides his power rankings for the Big Ten, a conference that could produce eight NCAA tournament teams.

1539dTom VanHaaren & Brad Bournival

Weekend Wrap: Big Ten

Teams are headed into camp, but that doesn't mean recruiting will stop. While it wasn't an overly exciting weekend for Big Ten recruiting, there was a commitment, offers that went out and visits that took place.

1543dPaul Biancardi

No. 9 recruit Looney to decide among six

ESPN 100 forward Kevon Looney (Milwaukee/Hamilton) confirmed to ESPN.com on Thursday that he has narrowed his choices to six schools.Looney will decide among Duke, Florida, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Tennessee and UCLA and plans to take all five of his NCAA-allotted official visits, with Wisconsin being an unofficial trip.

1572dLuke Lapinski

Gasser's status

When Josh Gasser first arrived on the Wisconsin campus as a three-star recruit in the class of 2010, he was a point guard. Then he slid over to play more wing with Jordan Taylor already in place.

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1572dJeff Goodman

Best programs at developing talent

Jeff Goodman breaks down the top programs for developing talent, led by the Marquette Golden Eagles. He also provides an update on Duke transfer Rodney Hood.

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1588dJason King

Path to the Draft: Top 10 from the Big Ten

The Big Ten ranks last among the six power conferences in active NBA players (25) and first-round NBA draft picks (28) since 2000 -- the last year a Big Ten team won an NCAA title.

1598dAndy Katz

3-point shot: Self raving about Selden

1. Kansas coach Bill Self said every newcomer but Andrew Wiggins is on campus and in summer school. He said Wiggins' summer plans are still unresolved.

1602dBrad Bournival

Finding the Future: Columbus NFTC

Editor’s note: Finding the Future is a RecruitingNation feature that will appear throughout camps and combine season, ranking prospects strictly on their on-field performance at the particular event.

1605dNic Reiner

2014 Looney narrows list

Five-star 2014 PF Kevon Looney (Milwaukee, Wis./Milwaukee Hamilton) has narrowed down his list of possible destinations to eight schools: Tennessee, Duke, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Maryland, Georgetown, and Wisconsin.

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1608dMyron Medcalf

Top 10 Tuesday: Impactful sophomores

In five months, the 2013-14 college basketball season will begin.It’s always tough to make projections in the weeks following any season. But the dust has settled.

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1612dAustin Ward

Rankings week: Top players on schedule

With spring in the books for more than a month, the long march through the offseason and back to football is only beginning. But BuckeyeNation is going to keep doing its part to speed up the journey -- or at least make it more interesting.

1616dAustin Ward

Rankings week: Evaluating the schedule

With spring in the books for more than a month, the long march through the offseason and back to football is only beginning. But BuckeyeNation is going to keep doing its part to speed up the journey -- or at least make it more interesting.

1626dKipp Adams

UGA evaluates in-state safety Albright

ACWORTH, GA – The evaluation period is intended for assistant coaches to hit the road to check out potential future additions for their program. While sometimes the stops can be more about being seen than actual evaluation, that was not the case for safety Cameron Albright (Acworth, Ga.

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1627dDave Telep

Elite 2014 PF is in high demand

Spend enough time on the high school basketball circuit and you’ll find there are certain players you gravitate toward because you know exactly what you’re getting when you go watch them.

1672dESPN.com staff

Home Court: Sunday wrap

A week ago, I believed I had it all figured out.Moments after the Selection Sunday pairings were announced, I began to compile my annual "10 bold predictions" column.

1675dESPN Stats & Information

By The Numbers: Poor shooting rampant

On Thursday, the 32 teams competing in the NCAA men's basketball tournament combined to shoot 41.1 percent from the field. The Elias Sports Bureau tells us that's the second-worst field goal percentage by all teams combined on a single day in the round of 64.

1679dEamonn Brennan

Ten tantalizing potential bracket matchups

It is officially the time of year when my friends and family ask me for bracket advice. And why not? They know someone who follows this stuff year-round, and could possibly give them an advantage in the office pool, and I am happy to provide whatever information and advice I can.

1681dMyron Medcalf

Rapid Reaction: Wisconsin 68, Indiana 56

CHICAGO -- Quick thoughts from Wisconsin’s 68-56 victory in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament Saturday. It was Wisconsin’s 12th consecutive win over Indiana.

2017-18 NCAA Basketball Standings

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Columbia Internatl----0-0
Crowley's Ridge College----0-0
Edward Waters----0-0
Fisher College----0-0
Florida National----0-0
Hiwassee College----0-0
Johnson Univ (TN)----0-0
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Lyon College----0-0
Morris Brown----0-0
Northeastern Illinoi----0-0
St. Katherine----0-0
SW Christian Univ----0-0
Trinity Baptist----0-0
UC San Diego----0-0
Warner Southern----0-0

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