More than half of college basketball's 32 Division I conferences have pending membership changes. We're tracking them all.
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These schools have double the chances of making a run in March Madness 2022.
NC State, which jumps to No. 2, and Louisville have bounced back from season-opening losses to look like Final Four contenders again.
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Competitive nonconference schedules have made for a topsy-turvy top 10. Arizona, Louisville, South Florida and Tennessee made the biggest jumps this week.
In some conferences, there is a clear favorite. Other league races will go down to the wire. Our panel picks each conference front-runner.
The Big 12's planned addition of four programs will alter the landscape (again) in men's and women's college basketball.
BYU has instituted a policy that states that athletes seeking to profit off of their name, image and likeness still must follow the university's honor code when procuring deals.
The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
The four teams competing at GEICO Nationals this weekend boast some of the top women's college basketball prospects in the country.
Baylor, Oregon State and Wright State made jumps as we rank the women's NCAA tournament teams that remain heading into the second round.
Paisley Harding scored 28 points to lead 11th-seeded BYU past No. 6 seed Rutgers in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jenn Wirth in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Championship Week could be used for makeup games to help offset disparate résumés and to better balance the NCAA tournament selection process.
Buffalo, Central Michigan and Ohio are expected to battle for Mid-American supremacy, while Gonzaga should set the bar for all mid-majors.
Katie Campbell and Jill Townsend both made 3 of 4 3-point attempts and combined for 33 points on 12-of-17 shooting as No. 12 Gonzaga won its 20th straight game, pulling away from BYU 59-44 on Saturday.
Katie Campbell had 11 points and Kayleigh Truong had 10 off the bench and No. 17 Gonzaga ran its winning streak to 11 with a 55-43 win over BYU on Thursday night.
Destiny Slocum scored 18 points and No. 4 Oregon State shook off a slow start and beat BYU 65-34 on Thursday, the final day of the Maui Jim Maui Classic.
Alanna Smith had 23 points and 14 rebounds, helping second-seeded Stanford overcome a slow start and advance to the Sweet 16 for a 12th straight year by holding off No. 7 seed BYU 72-63 in a physical second-round NCAA Tournament matchup Monday night.
Brenna Chase had 19 points, seven assists and three blocked shots, and seventh-seeded BYU used an impressive third quarter to run away from No. 10 seed Auburn 73-64 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Brenna Chase scored 25 points, Shaylee Gonzales added 20 and Brigham Young beat No. 12 Gonzaga 82-68 on Tuesday to win its third West Coast Conference tournament title.
Shaylee Gonzales scored 19 points, Sara Hamson blocked two shots in the last minute and BYU ended No. 13 Gonzaga's seven-game winning streak with a 66-64 victory on Saturday.