2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 97-72
- 11/15W 106-44
- 11/18W 83-50
- 11/22W 99-50
- 11/24W 64-49
- 11/27W 65-61
- 11/28W 61-56
- 12/2L 78-76
- 12/6W 87-66
- 12/1212L 65-55
- 12/15W 75-59
- 12/19W 69-63
- 12/2211L 81-79
- 12/29L 77-70
- 1/2W 76-57
- 1/715L 59-57
- 1/10W 54-51
- 1/13W 70-59
- 1/16L 67-65
- 1/21W 76-72
- 1/24W 97-75
- 1/28W 58-57
- 2/4W 88-57
- 2/6L 63-59
- 2/9W 69-51
- 2/13W 75-60
- 2/18L 70-68
- 2/20W 65-60
- 2/27W 65-56
- 3/3L 69-56
- 3/624W 61-54
- 3/11L 104-97
- 3/188L 78-76
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It's clear that football drives Big 12 expansion, but basketball cannot be ignored. Which schools should the conference be looking at if it wants to raise its profile on the court?
Bearcats alum gets a Big 12 vanity plate, hopes for the best in expansion and that school presidents won't make his choice look bad.
Everyone knows where NBA stars went to school, but what about non-basketball alumni? From Burt Reynolds to Bing Crosby, we looked at a noteworthy person from each top-25 team's school.
For some players, this season can be make-or-break. In the case of Oregon's Dillon Brooks, it's a little of both. We look at the guys with the most at stake on each top 25 team.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby will conduct video conferences with at least 18 schools that have contacted the league about being considered as expansion candidates.
Wichita State's coach lost his cool during an exhibition game in Canada, which evoked memories from some of college hoops' most epic outbursts.
The Huskies had a top-10 recruiting class in 2016, and top-30 prospect Alterique Gilbert joining a backcourt that already features Jalen Adams is bad news for American Conference opponents.
What do Virginia coach Tony Bennett and Jack Nicholson's character from "A Few Good Men" have in common? It turns out every college basketball team has a motion picture that defines it.
UConn has won a lot of games at Gampel Pavilion, but SMU's recent success has turned Moody Coliseum into a tough place to play. How do all of the American's venues stack up against each other?
Which venue in the American is the most difficult place to steal a win? Cast your vote.
Every top-25 college basketball team has a player whose skills could translate to the football field. UConn's Rodney Purvis, for example, could be a powerful running back.
Some schools show excitement, some play it casual, and some are simply hoping to be taken seriuously.
TBT back in action with quarterfinals
The Basketball Tournament continues today with plenty of familiar faces from Colorado, Utah, Marquette, Bradley, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. Games are on ESPN2 and ESPNU.
Watch: The Basketball Tournament
The first of four spots in the semifinals will be decided between The Untouchables (Brad Wanamaker and many Pittsburgh alumni) and City of Gods (DerMarr Johnson and college players from the D.C. area). Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN
Watch: No. 5 Team FOE vs. No. 1 seed: City of Gods
Team FOE has strong ties to Kansas with booster Thomas Robinson, GM Markieff Morris and coach Marcus Morris. Tyshawn Taylor runs the backcourt. The KU alums face former Cincinnati stars James White and DerMarr Johnson. Live on ESPN3
The Big 12 is on the hunt for new members. There are legitimate contenders, such as BYU and Cincinnati, and there are hopefuls, wild cards and even a potential Power 5 defector.
With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
Big 12 set to get bigger
The Big 12 Conference announced on Tuesday that it will begin the process of reviewing expansion candidates. Multiple American Athletic Conference schools, along with BYU and Colorado State, have expressed interest in joining the conference so far. Expansion details
Former stars Marshall Henderson and Mike Bibby join alums from Syracuse, Kansas, Indiana, Marquette, Gonzaga, Florida, Cincinnati and more in the Super 16 field of The Basketball Tournament.
DerMarr Johnson can still find the rim
The former Bearcats star, drafted sixth overall by the Atlanta Hawks in 2000, scored 29 points as the City of Gods team, named for a Baltimore clothing store, advanced in The Basketball Tournament on Saturday morning with a 99-85 win over the Dubois Dream. The winning team in the Aug. 2 final receives $2 million. Tourney bracket
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