Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
- 12/5LEWISW 76-48
- 12/9W 88-51
- 12/13W 77-66
- 12/1512L 77-63
- 12/18L 75-73
- 12/22SFILW 92-55
- 12/27W 90-60
- 12/28W 86-55
- 1/2W 57-49
- 1/10L 76-71
- 1/11W 58-48
- 1/16W 72-57
- 1/17W 88-46
- 1/20W 75-39
- 1/24W 69-56
- 1/25W 65-58
- 1/31W 72-46
- 2/1W 70-50
- 2/6W 68-55
- 2/7W 69-58
- 2/13W 81-54
- 2/14L 51-50
- 2/17W 54-52
- 2/26W 60-52
- 2/27W 65-58
- 3/5W 73-49
- 3/6W 65-49
- 3/7W 75-65
- 3/199W 71-60
- 3/211W 71-58
- 3/2712L 65-58
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Cameron Krutwig, who helped Loyola Chicago to appearances in the Final Four and the Sweet 16 in his four seasons, said he'll skip his final year of eligibility and turn pro.
- Krutwig leaving Loyola Chicago, turning pro
- Valentine: 'An absolute honor' to helm Loyola
- Loyola Chicago's Moser hired as Oklahoma coach
- Sources: Loyola tabs assistant to replace Moser
Loyola Chicago promoted assistant Drew Valentine to head coach on Monday, hoping he can build on the success the Ramblers experienced under Porter Moser.
Loyola Chicago's Porter Moser, one of the hottest mid-major coaches in the country, has been hired as the men's basketball coach at Oklahoma.
Loyola Chicago is expected to promote assistant coach Drew Valentine to replace Porter Moser, who is heading to Oklahoma, sources told ESPN.
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
Following Loyola Chicago's loss to Oregon State in the Sweet 16, coach Porter Moser said he hasn't given any thought to the recent speculation linking him to other head-coaching jobs.
No. 12 Oregon State continued to outperform expectations Saturday, overcoming some early struggles to beat Loyola Chicago 65-58 to advance to the Elite Eight.
— Ethan Thompson scored 20 points, including a pair of clinching foul shots with 35 seconds left, and No. 12 seed Oregon State kept its dream March going with a 65-58 victory over eighth-seeded Loyola Chicago in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on...
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, Loyola's 101-year-old team chaplain who uses a wheelchair, says a second miracle run by the Ramblers to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament this year would have her "jumping around, literally" for joy.
Can anyone trip up the top seeds? Coaches we consulted say the answer to that question is a resounding yes.
Indiana, Utah and Marquette are among the big jobs still available. Loyola's Porter Moser remains the hottest name to watch.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.
More top seeds look to defend their honor today in the 2021 NCAA tournament. Can Monday live up to the upset carnival that was Sunday's first half of the round of 32?
We're only in the round of 32, and March Madness feels extra mad. Sunday's action started with No. 1 Illinois going down to Loyola Chicago and saw No. 15 Oral Roberts advance.
Lucas Williamson and the Ramblers' seniors are back in the Sweet 16, but they say they're just getting started.
The first No. 1 seed is off the board. ESPN's college basketball writers broke down what went wrong for Illinois -- and right for Loyola Chicago.
Loyola Chicago ousted top-seeded Illinois from the NCAA tournament after an inspirational pregame speech from Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.