• Facing more allegations, Gregg Marshall's run as an elite college basketball coach appears to be over

    USA Today "If you were Gregg Marshall, hunkered down in the metaphorical castle he’s built at Wichita State while the entire narrative of his career collapses around him, you would almost certainly be asking: Why now? Why are former players at not just one but two schools publicly accusing..." October 20

  • Villanova's Jay Wright: The next year in college basketball will be 'volatile'

    The Score "Between the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and new player profit rules likely being in place for 2021-22, Villanova head coach Jay Wright knows change is on the horizon in college basketball. "Think about next basketball season," Wright told Jon Rothstein on..." October 20

  • Spider Nick Sherod will miss another season with second serious knee injury

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "Last Wednesday, Nick Sherod was among the University of Richmond players involved in a spirited workout at the school’s recently opened Queally Athletics Center. It was the first official practice of the new year. A day later, he drove to the basket and twisted his right..." October 20

  • Shareef O'Neal Reveals Second Kobe Bryant Tribute Tattoo

    TMZ "Shareef O'Neal -- Shaq's son -- just revealed his second Kobe Bryant tribute tattoo ... showing off the ankle ink in a social media post Sunday. The LSU basketball player had already gotten a calf tattoo to honor the NBA legend ... but O'Neal clearly..." October 19

  • Harvard won't compete in 2020-21, Ivy League season in jeopardy

    The Score "Harvard's men's basketball team won't compete in the upcoming 2020-21 college hoops campaign, and another Ivy League school is on the fence, sources told Forbes' Adam Zagoria. The eight-school league's season is reportedly in jeopardy, but it will..." October 18

  • Kansas forward Silvo De Sousa opts out of 2020-21 season

    Sportsnaut "Kansas senior forward Silvio De Sousa opted out of the 2020-21 college basketball season on Friday to focus on “some personal issues.” De Sousa is best known for his role in a brawl during the closing seconds of a game against Kansas State on Jan. 21. His actions in the..." October 17

  • Kansas' Silvio De Sousa opts out of 2020-21 season

    The Score "Kansas forward Silvio De Sousa announced Friday on Twitter that he is opting out of the 2020-21 campaign. "I have made the difficult decision to opt out of this season to focus all of my energies on some personal issues," the 22-year-old..." October 16

  • West Virginia Considered a Dark Horse for the Final Four

    Voice Of Motown "Although the West Virginia Mountaineers are loaded with talent this season and have a legendary head coach, they have been severely overlooked in preseason polls and by experts and prognosticators…until now. CBS Sports Basketball Analyst Jon Rothstein revealed his..." October 16

  • As Practice Officially Begins, Nate Oats Reveals Positive COVID-19 Test From Earlier in Summer

    SI " Official practice began for the University of Alabama men's basketball team began on Thursday and during his first press conference, coach Nate Oats revealed that he had contracted COVID-19 months ago. "I got COVID back in July so I don't have to worry about it too..." October 16

  • NCAA Tournament games among college events scheduled for Boston region from 2023-2026

    Boston "The NCAA announced Wednesday that the Boston region will host 13 NCAA championship events from 2023 to 2026, including the 2024 Division I men’s basketball East regionals at TD Garden, which is also scheduled to host the 2022 Frozen Four. In 2025 and 2026, Gillette Stadium will..." October 15