• Georgetown’s Galen Alexander, Myron Gardner both to transfer

    NBC Sports - College Basketball Talk "Georgetown forward Galen Alexander announced on Friday that he is transferring out of the university, citing a lack of support from the school and the basketball program in the wake of some troubling allegations that were levied at him and a pair of teammates. His teammate, freshman..." December 14

  • USC receives notice of allegations reportedly related to federal probe

    The Score "USC received a notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding a former men's basketball coach, the school announced in a statement Friday. The NCAA was investigating USC, among several other Division I programs, due to alleged rules violations that surfaced during two..." December 14

  • Husker basketball guard Jervay Green suspended indefinitely

    Lincoln Journal Star "Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg announced Friday afternoon that junior guard Jervay Green has been suspended indefinitely for violation of team rules. Green started Nebraska's first nine games of the season, averaging 10.3 points and 4.9 rebounds per contest. The..." December 13

  • NCAA seeks federal assistance from Congress on name, image and likeness rules

    CBS Sports "The collegiate model is apparently in for another roller coaster ride. The NCAA seems willing to turn its controversial name, image and likeness problem over to the federal government. NCAA president Mark Emmert told reporters Wednesday that he had met with representatives of the U.S...." December 13

  • Illinois' Kofi Cockburn accidentally clobbers official while celebrating bucket

    ESPN "Lewis Garrison, a college basketball official, left a matchup between Illinois and No. 5 Michigan on Wednesday night after he was accidentally hit by Kofi Cockburn as the freshman center celebrated a key play in the Illini's 71-62 victory in..." December 12

  • Will 3-point woes hold back Kentucky?

    The Score "The number of quality programs in the SEC has increased dramatically in the last couple of seasons, which has unsurprisingly coincided with many schools making strong head coaching hires. From 2009 to 2017, no more than five SEC teams made the NCAA Tournament in a single season. In..." December 12

  • College basketball player suspended for sucker punching opponent in head during game

    CBS Sports "St. Leo University (Fla.) senior guard Isaiah Hill has been suspended for the rest of the calendar year after a video of him punching a Nova Southeastern University opponent during a game hit social media. Nova Southeastern's junior Nick Smith was on the other end of the very obvious, and..." December 12

  • NBA lottery prospect RJ Hampton out 4 weeks with hip injury

    Clutch Points "RJ Hampton, formerly one of the premier players in the 2020 college basketball recruiting class who spurned college to play overseas, has reportedly sustained a hip injury and will miss at least the next four weeks of action. Hampton was a five-star recruit coming out of high school..." December 11

  • Best of the decade: Top 10 men's college basketball players

    USA Today "From the beginning of the decade, when Anthony Davis powered Kentucky to a national title, to the end, when Duke's Zion Williamson provided a spectacular highlight reel, college basketball has entertained fans with a wide array of game-changing..." December 11

  • Which of the five remaining undefeated college basketball teams will lose last?

    CBS Sports "College basketball's fraternity of undefeateds is shrinking.  There were 31 such squads as of Nov. 28. By Dec. 1, that number got chopped to 20. This past Saturday still had 16 lucky clubs yet to take an L. But after Tuesday night, wherein three more bagels got knocked out of..." December 11

  • J.J. Culver, brother of Timberwolves' rookie Jarrett Culver, scores 100 points for NAIA Wayland Baptist

    CBS Sports "J.J. Culver of NAIA school Wayland Baptist, the older brother of former Texas Tech star and current Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Jarrett Culver, scored a whopping 100 points in a 124-60 win Tuesday over SW Adventist, becoming just the second NAIA player ever to score hundred points in a game...." December 11

  • Butler is shooting for excellence, not perfection — but right now, Bulldogs have both

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAB "At this point, it is hard to be inconspicuous. The Butler Bulldogs have played nine games since they began their season on Nov. 6 and won them all. Five of those victories have been against high-major opponents. Two of them allowed the Bulldogs to claim the Hall of Fame Classic title. There are..." December 10

  • NC State disputes NCAA allegation of $40,000 Dennis Smith Jr. payment

    ESPN "NC State officials are disputing the NCAA's allegation that former Adidas consultant T.J. Gassnola gave $40,000 to a former Wolfpack assistant coach, who was supposed to help facilitate getting the money to star player Dennis Smith Jr.'s family in October 2015 to ensure he enrolled..." December 09

  • WKU star Charles Bassey will miss season with injury

    CBS Sports "Western Kentucky, the preseason favorite to win Conference USA, sustained a serious blow on Monday when the program's fears of a potential season-ending injury for center Charles Bassey became official. Following a CT scan, X-ray and MRI, tests revealed Bassey will require..." December 09

  • NC State forward Jericole Hellems released from hospital

    247 Sports "NC State sophomore forward Jericole Hellems exited Saturday's game at Wake Forest on a stretcher following a fall to the floor at Joel Coliseum. ***UPDATE ON DEC. 8*** NC State released the following statement on Hellems' condition: "Jericole has..." December 09

  • Seton Hall's Sandro Mamukelashvili breaks wrist in loss at Iowa State

    ESPN "No. 16 Seton Hall lost much more than a game in Ames, as starter Sandro Mamukelashvili broke his right wrist in the first half of a 76-66 loss at Iowa State on Sunday night. Mamukelashvili, a 6-foot-11 forward and a facilitator who averaged 12.3 points..." December 09