• NCAA VP confident March Madness will return in 2021

    The Score "NCAA senior executive vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt is optimistic that next year's March Madness tournament will run as scheduled. "We have great confidence that - while things may be different with this season and with the tournament - we're going to be able to..." July 10

  • Makur Maker chose Howard over blueblood programs, so now comes the big question: Will others soon follow?

    CBS Sports "When five-star 2020 prospect Makur Maker announced his commitment to Howard on July 3, it amounted to a thunderclap in college basketball recruiting.  The news cracked the top of the daily headline cycle in the sports world, going so far as to prompt LeBron James to..." July 10

  • Zion Williamson Accused of Accepting $400K for Marketing Rights While at Duke

    Bleacher Report "Zion Williamson and his stepfather are alleged to have accepted $400,000 from an agency for exclusive marketing rights while Williamson was attending Duke University in October 2018.  According to Daniel Wallach of The Athletic, Prime Sports Marketing and Gina Ford are the..." July 09

  • Georgia State schedules basketball-football doubleheader at Ole Miss

    Gwinnett Daily Post "Georgia State has scheduled a unique weekend in 2026 for its men’s basketball and football programs as both squads will travel to Oxford, Miss., to face Ole Miss during a 24-hour period. The men’s basketball team will face Ole Miss on Friday, Nov. 20, 2026, followed by a..." July 09

  • Will the rest of college athletics follow the Ivy League's lead?

    The Score "Four months ago, the Ivy League was ahead of the curve. On March 10, it canceled its men's and women's basketball conference tournaments because of growing concern about the coronavirus. Two days later, after the Utah Jazz's Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 and the..." July 08

  • Cade Cunningham: Mike Boynton reason he stayed at OK State

    The Oklahoman "Cade Cunningham first felt the wave of emotions and realized he needed to take a step back — at the very least for a day. Those 24 hours were all the No. 1-ranked player in the country needed last month to reaffirm his college choice of Oklahoma State. He just..." July 08

  • How two former Dayton players plan to make up for a lost NCAA tournament

    ESPN "Moments after entering a room at a New York City hotel this past March, Anthony Grant turned around, walked out and tried to collect himself. When the Dayton men's basketball head coach returned, his players knew Grant, who had guided them through an undefeated Atlantic..." July 08

  • Michigan State basketball lands 5-star guard Max Christie for 2021 recruiting class

    Detroit Free Press "Tom Izzo continued his recent recruiting run with another five-star commitment Tuesday. Max Christie announced his pledge to play for Michigan State in 2021. The 6-foot-6 shooting guard from Rolling Meadows High in suburban Chicago is rated the No. 1 shooting guard in..." July 07

  • Tom Izzo's Recruiting Renaissance is Coming Fast and Furious

    The Big Lead "Michigan State fans have long inured themselves to the inevitable pain of losing a recruiting battle at the Eleventh Hour. So much so that they've convinced themselves it doesn't matter. And there's some truth to that, as Tom Izzo has made a Hall of Fame career out of projects and..." July 07

  • Louisville basketball suspends voluntary activities after two positive tests for COVID-19

    Kentucky Sports "The ups and downs of attempting to restart collegiate athletics amid a pandemic found their way to Kentucky again this week. The University of Louisville announced Tuesday it has temporarily suspended all men’s basketball voluntary activities for two weeks after two members of..." July 07

  • Michael Jordan joins Roy Williams, former Tar Heels in condemning systematic racism

    ESPN "Michael Jordan joined coach Roy Williams and other North Carolina basketball luminaries in a video posted Monday condemning systemic racism and police brutality against Black people. "Systematic racism has to stop now," Jordan said in the video. "We must take the..." July 07

  • Iowa State's Rasir Bolton accuses Penn State coach Chambers of racism

    The Score "Iowa State guard Rasir Bolton leveled allegations of racism against his former coach, Penn State bench boss Patrick Chambers. "A 'noose' around my neck is why I left Penn State," Bolton wrote in a tweet on Monday. "Head coach..." July 06

  • Noose comment by Penn State basketball coach points to larger NCAA problem

    The Undefeated "It began as a normal conversation. Rasir Bolton, the freshman starting point guard for Penn State’s basketball team, was working out with the shooting machine on an off day. The gym was mostly empty. Head coach Pat Chambers called Bolton over to talk. It was January 2019, and..." July 06