- KU suspends Bragg with battery charge pending
- C Sima announces transfer from St. John's
- UT Arlington gets program's first-ever Top 25 win
- ISU's Scott mirrors twin as FT sinks No. 16 Butler
While the freshmen have the hype, a Villanova senior has the pedigree -- and the game -- to make his case as the nation's best college player.
Kansas has suspended sophomore Carlton Bragg Jr. after he was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery.
St. John's sophomore center Yankuba Sima is transferring from the men's basketball team.
Kevin Hervey scored 15 points and UT Arlington beat a Top 25 team for the first time in program history, shocking previously unblemished No. 12 Saint Mary's 65-51 on Thursday night.
Two weeks after his twin brother Bryson led Fort Wayne to an upset of then-No. 3 Indiana, Brenton Scott did the same for Indiana State against No. 16 Butler, hitting the game-winning free throw.
Billy Gillispie said he is retiring, citing health concerns as he steps aside as coach at a Texas junior college. Gillispie served as head coach at UTEP, Texas A&M, Kentucky and Texas Tech.
Washington State coach Ernie Kent started Wednesday's game on his opposition's bench after winning an all-access pass to an Idaho game in a charity auction during the offseason.
Trevon Duval, the No. 1-ranked guard in the 2017 class, made quite a statement on Saturday with a dramatic dunk.
By now, most know the freshmen at Duke and Kentucky, and even the ones at Michigan State (Miles Bridges) and Washington (Markelle Fultz). But Arizona has one who is quietly turning heads.
Lonzo Ball' vision, athleticism and the general sense of not-quite-rightness to his game make him a unique player in college basketball this season and certainly one of the most entertaining.
Gonzaga's Zach Collins and Texas A&M's Robert Williams lead a long list of ESPN 100 freshmen who are opening eyes in the first month of the season.
Big Blue Nation didn't like losing at home to UCLA. It's probably fair to say it won't like falling from a No. 1 seed -- or being matched up against a team that already knocked off a major power this season.
There was some grumbling a week ago about the defending champs vaulting Kentucky as the overall No. 1 seed. Go ahead, try making that argument now.
Some teams who started the season with high hopes have fallen flat. But what, exactly, has gone wrong? A look at the analytics reveals some interesting answers.
Washington's freshman guard is every bit as good as advertised and a potential No. 1 pick. But the Huskies' ugly loss to Gonzaga does not bode well.
It's not easy balancing school and basketball-and then there's real life
Marcus Foster burst onto the scene as a freshman at Kansas State. After falling out with coach Bruce Weber, Foster went back to the basics, working on his game and his attitude.
What was the scariest part in Duke's convincing win over Florida? The Blue Devils are blowing away the competition with their best player on the bench -- and he could make his debut soon.
For all of Duke's young star power, it has been Luke Kennard and Amile Jefferson who have the Blue Devils at 9-1 after Tuesday's win over Florida.
Unbeaten Baylor is the season's biggest surprise, but a look at the Bears' roster reveals little elite high school talent. So how did Scott Drew do it?
Duke had its shot. Indiana had its shot. Step right up, Villanova. The first month of the season has been marked by volatility. Any chances things settle down?
Duke is getting healthy. The Blue Devils were must-see when they were nursing injuries. They aren't the only ones. Others (hello, Texas and Maryland) you watch to see what'll go wrong next.
Drake coach Ray Giacoletti resigned Tuesday after three-plus seasons, saying it was time for a "new voice" to lead the Bulldogs out of a skid that has them 1-7 this season.
Kentucky is playing fast, Kansas is going small and Wisconsin is turning the ball over? How can this be? Changes in philosophy are working for some highly ranked teams.
UConn got off the early-season mat with a quality win over Syracuse at Madison Square Garden Monday night. But strength-of-record metrics are still likely to leave them wanting for an NCAA bid.
If you need more proof that basketball is a worldwide game, just look at Bradley's roster. With five overseas players representing four countries on three continents, the Braves are truly global.
The Big 12 is powerful at the top (Kansas, Baylor) and could conceivably get all 10 teams into the NCAA tournament while the ACC's weakest teams hurt its depth.
John Calipari continues to pursue top-10 prospects, plus other unanswered recruiting questions in the 2017 class.
The late John Saunders had a strong bond to Jim Valvano and the V Foundation for Cancer Research. Dickie V will be thinking about Saunders at the Jimmy V Classic this week.
UCLA went into Rupp Arena and knocked off No. 1 Kentucky. So, yes, that got Dickie V's attention as he handed out his weekly awards.
UCLA proved Saturday that its 8-0 start was no fluke by getting balanced scoring and using physical play to knock off No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena.
Lonzo Ball wasn't at his best Saturday against No. 1 Kentucky, but No. 11 UCLA was still able to find a way to beat an elite team.
West Virginia turns the tables on defensive-minded Virginia, handing the Cavaliers their first nonconference home loss since 2013.
?Mike Brey back at his old DeMatha stomping grounds to watch future Notre Dame wing D.J. Harvey.?
Michigan was 12-of-16 on 3-pointers in the first half, and UCLA (10-of-14) was almost as good.
?Five-star Alabama signee Collin Sexton finished with 29 points on 12-of-19 shooting. Think Aaron Thompson (Pitt signee) got the better of him in the second half, getting physical with him and really guarding. Thompson will make an immediate impact at Pitt due to his IQ and defensive ability. Sexton is going to put on a show at Alabama from day one, combining with John Petty in a high-level backcourt duo.
Michigan and UCLA are a combined 19-of-26 from 3 in the first 17 minutes at Pauley Pavilion. (Bonus analysis: That is very good.)
Stanford volleyball climbs back from 0-2 down to beat Wisconsin and make final four. Two more tickets to Columbus!
Ohio State big man Trevor Thompson has 17 & 17 with a couple minutes left against UConn. Abusing the Huskies frontline.
Five-star wing Hamidou Diallo finished with 29 points and nine rebounds -- and it was perhaps the most complete game we've seen from him. If his jumper keeps progressing, the signs of a potential first-round pick this spring are obvious. NBA scouts and executives continue to go to Putnam Science Academy (Connecticut) to watch him in case he skips college for the NBA. Kentucky, Syracuse, Connecticut, Arizona, Kansas and Indiana made his final six.
Head-to-head battle between the most explosive 2017 scorer (Collin Sexton, Alabama) and one of the best on-ball 2017 defenders (Aaron Thompson, Pittsburgh).
Duke's Grayson Allen scored a career-high 34 points against UNLV on Saturday, and he was efficient in doing so. Allen shot 75 percent from the field and surpassed his previous career high of 33 points with 6:30 to go in the Blue Devils' win over UNLV.
The first meeting since 1991 between Duke and UNLV ended in a 94-45 Blue Devils win. It threatened the largest loss in UNLV history, a 57-point defeat to Houston on Jan. 20, 1971.
Butler rebounds from loss to Indiana State -- with a big home win over Cincinnati. Chris Holtmann has Bulldogs in good position.
No one boxes out Duke's Frank Jackson, and he makes UNLV pay by slamming down the putback dunk.
That's a nice win for Wichita State against Oklahoma in OKC. Gotta give Gregg Marshall credit -- winning despite losing Baker & VanVleet.
Handful of NBA scouts expected here for Hamidou Diallo. Syracuse also showed up for Diallo and Eric Ayala. Orange recently offered Ayala.
Daishon Smith might only be listed at 6-foot-1, but he shows the hops and puts an Oklahoma defender on a poster with a vicious dunk for Wichita State.
UNLV committed 12 turnovers in the first 14 minutes after entering with an average of 13.0 turnovers for an entire game.
Not a ton of recruiting news about No. 1 guard Trevon Duval. He's still down to five schools (Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Seton Hall, Baylor), plans to take all his visits in 2017. As far as the overseas option, Duval said "definitely college."