Multiple reports suggest Rutgers could be joining an expanded Big Ten Conference.
Conference commissioners will meet Monday, hoping to decide whether to have a six- or seven-game format for the new college football playoff.
Looking for a team from a BCS conference ready to make some noise? Check out our list below of six schools — one from each major conference — that’s ready to make a jump during the 2012-13 college basketball season.
It’s easy to see the progress that this program has made in just one year under Turgeon. Maryland is deeper, bigger and savvier than they were at this time last year, and that will only be enhanced if Wells is allowed to play this season.
This is much more than 5-0 right now, this is about winning the conference and the Big East.
Already off to their best start since the magical 2006 season — the year when Rutgers finished 11-2 and won the first bowl game in program history — the Scarlet Knights need this hot start to become credible again.
Notre Dame has become the perennial overachiever in college basketball. Year after year, the Irish are picked low in preseason polls and somehow manage to regularly exceed expectations.
NC State has been anointed as the team to beat in the ACC. But what about Miami?
The ACC and Notre Dame said Wednesday that the school will play five football games annually against the league’s programs, while Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said in a statement that the Irish will also have access to the ACC’s non-BCS bowl tie-ins.
The Wolfpack will have to deal with something they haven’t faced in an awful long time — expectations.
Miami is a major dark horse to compete for an ACC title, and the main reason why is the Hurricanes will finally have a healthy Reggie Johnson.
C.J. Leslie’s decision to return to NC State next season immediately makes Mark Gottfried’s team a threat for the ACC title.
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Just watch Iona’s Scott Machado once and you’ll see the truth.
Some people told me I was crazy when I made that statement prior to Kentucky’s win over Louisville on Saturday but when you watch “MKG” play, it’s tough not to see why he’s more valuable than anyone else in college basketball.