• Four-Star Guard R.J. Davis Commits to North Carolina

    247 Sports "Four-star combo guard R.J. Davis verbally committed to North Carolina on Monday morning. “I’m heading to UNC and it felt like it was the right situation for me and my goals that I want to achieve,” Davis told 247Sports. “They are a great school..." October 21

  • Vanderbilt basketball coach Jerry Stackhouse using vast experience to rebuild the Commodores

    Clutch Points "New Vanderbilt basketball coach Jerry Stackhouse wasn’t going to take just any job. The former North Carolina star played in the NBA for many years and then transitioned into the world of coaching. It was a seamless transition, as he led Raptors 905 to an NBA D-League (now..." October 20

  • 5-star point guard Devin Askew commits to Kentucky over Arizona, others

    Arizona Desert Swarm "Five-star point guard Devin Askew committed to the Kentucky Wildcats over the Arizona Wildcats, Louisville Cardinals, and Memphis Tigers on Thursday on ESPN. The 6-foot-2 Mater Dei product is the No. 2 point guard in the 2021 class and No. 10..." October 18

  • Answering six important 2020 NBA Draft questions entering the college basketball season

    CBS Sports "College basketball's biggest stars from last season -- Zion Williamson, Carsen Edwards and Ja Morant, among many others -- have taken their talents to the NBA and forfeited their respective college eligibility. But like a human Whac-A-Mole, this season's..." October 18

  • Five-star forward Isaiah Todd commits to Michigan

    Detroit News "Michigan coach Juwan Howard has been swinging for the fences on the recruiting trail. After missing out on several top prospects to Duke, Kentucky and North Carolina, Howard finally connected. Isaiah Todd, a five-star forward from Raleigh, North Carolina, announced his..." October 18

  • Sen. Mitt Romney warns NCAA about compensating athletes: 'We’re coming for you'

    Sporting News "More and more members of Congress are backing a possible legislation that would allow NCAA student-athletes to be compensated. U.S. Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.), whose district lies is sandwiched between multiple Division I universities, including to Duke, North Carolina, N.C. State and..." October 17

  • Big Ten Season Preview: Power Rankings, Preseason Awards and Michigan State’s title run?

    NBC Sports "The Big Ten had another strong season last year as Michigan State made the Final Four and the league went an outstanding 7-1 in the first round. With the Spartans falling short of the national title, however, the Big Ten is still seeking its first championship in men’s..." October 17

  • Minnesota's Eric Curry loses another season to knee injury

    CBS Minnesota " University of Minnesota men’s basketball head coach Richard Pitino says redshirt junior forward Eric Curry has suffered a season-ending injury. According to Pitino, Curry suffered the season-ending knee injury in practice last week. The Memphis, Tennessee native has a..." October 17

  • Louisville basketball freshman Quinn Slazinski hospitalized with appendicitis

    Courier-Post "Louisville basketball freshman Quinn Slazinski was noticeably absent from the team's tipoff luncheon Wednesday, but he had a good reason for not being there. Slazinski is currently hospitalized with appendicitis and may need to undergo surgery, according to coach Chris..." October 17

  • John Calipari: More NBA draft rounds would be all about G-League

    ESPN "BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Kentucky coach John Calipari came out strongly against the idea that the NBA would consider expanding beyond its current draft format of two rounds. Speaking at the SEC Tipoff event on Wednesday, Calipari argued that additional rounds wouldn't be for..." October 16

  • Auburn's HC Bruce Pearl isn't worried about NCAA's notice of allegations

    The Score "Auburn coach Bruce Pearl says he's not worried about the prospect of a notice of allegations from the NCAA. Pearl said Wednesday at SEC media day that he is ''very confident in the process.'' Auburn is expecting to receive a notice of allegations at some point..." October 16