• Iowa State men's basketball adds St. Bonaventure transfer Osun Osunniyi

    Des Moines Register "Iowa State is one piece closer to filling out its 2022-23 men's basketball roster. Osun Osunniyi, a transfer from St. Bonaventure, has committed to the Cyclones, he announced Friday. The 6-foot-10, 220-pounder averaged 11.3 points and 7.5 rebounds per game and..." May 14

  • Ten schools with a lot on the line as key underclassmen decide to return to school or turn pro

    CBS Sports "The way the NBA Draft calendar works, college coaches are often waiting into the summer months to know if key players will be on their roster as key underclassmen decide if they will return to school or stay in the draft. And with a few weeks to go until the NCAA's June 1 deadline for early..." May 13

  • Adam Miller announces return to LSU

    247 Sports "LSU received huge news on Friday when Adam Miller announced that he was returning to LSU for the 2022-23 season. Despite missing the entire 2021-22 season with a knee injury, Miller was one of the more heralded players in the portal because of the talent he clearly has. A..." May 13

  • Five-star PF Julian Phillips commits to Volunteers

    CBS Sports "Tennessee picked up a commitment from the highest available prospect in the Class of 2022 on Thursday when Julian Phillips chose the Volunteers over Auburn, G League Ignite and other collegiate and professional options in a ceremony on CBS Sports HQ. Phillips came in at No. 18 in the final..." May 12

  • Notre Dame Mike Brey has suggestion to critics of change due to NIL and transfer portal: 'shut up and adjust'

    CBS Sports "At 63 and with nearly three decades of head coaching experience, Notre Dame coach Mike Brey fits the mold of a coach who might be fatigued by the avalanche of changes cascading over college basketball. But instead of whining, Brey sent a sharp rebuke on Tuesday to his colleagues who..." May 10

  • Ray Romano set to star in new Jim Valvano biopic

    ESPN "When legendary men's basketball coach and broadcaster Jim Valvano died from cancer in 1993, he had already touched countless lives with the heartfelt rallying cry he delivered during his iconic ESPYS speech -- "Don't Give Up ... Don't Ever Give Up!" -- and his..." May 10