Clouds of controversy has surrounded the Rutgers basketball program in April.
According to CBSSports.com, former UCLA head coach Ben Howland is “intrigued” by the open Rutgers post and third-party discussions have taken place.
Ousted UCLA basketball coach Ben Howland, who was fired two days after the Bruins were eliminated from this year’s NCAA tournament, held a press conference Monday afternoon.
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Was it really less than a year ago that an article came out crushing Ben Howland and the UCLA program? Boy how times have changed.
Friday night at Pauley Pavilion was one of the better moments we’ve seen in recent memory in Westwood as UCLA stormed back from a late nine-point deficit.
Temple is at their best with Khalif Wyatt at the point.
The Orange? We think that they’re the best team in the country. Yes, better than Indiana and better than Duke. Crazy? Not if you watch sophomore point guard Michael Carter-Williams. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
I was driving on the 405 yesterday in Los Angeles when I received a call that Iowa State transfer Tavon Sledge was cleared to play this season for Iona, and I immediately came to this realization — the Gaels are more talented than they were last season.
This is definitely the weakest tournament we’ve seen in recent history. 7 teams have at least 13 losses. We’ve never before had more than 3 teams with 13 losses in the dance.
Barry Rohrssen was relieved of his duties at Manhattan College Wednesday, less than a week after the team capped a 6-25 season with an overtime loss to Siena in the opening round of the MAAC tournament.
Led by a surprising turnaround at UConn that even coach Jim Calhoun didn’t see coming, some of college basketball’s elite programs are, well, elite again.