If there’s a squad that should be rewarded outside the power six conferences with a No. 1 seed, it’s New Mexico.
The Billikens have all the ingredients to beat any team in the country, and are playing their best basketball at the perfect time.
Just how good is Providence? We’ll know after they play Syracuse at the Carrier Dome.
Cuonzo Martin has built a culture of toughness and discipline in the short time he’s been in Knoxville and it’s yet to be determined if Josh Pastner’s team can respond well in what’s sure to be a hostile environment.
Arizona will be good enough at some point this season to beat the best teams in the country — they’re just not ready yet to beat a team like Florida.
I believed in Colorado. I had already seen the Buffaloes about a half-dozen times this season and thought they had what it took to push Kansas in Lawrence on Saturday. Boy was I wrong.
The baby-faced Memphis coach is sometimes more like the self-help section of a Barnes & Noble than he is a drill sergeant ready to wreak havoc with a whistle around his neck.
Like a predator in search of his prey, Briante Weber is nothing short of relentless each time he guards an opposing floor general.
After this season, Memphis will leave the friendly confines of the conference they’ve dominated and join the Big East for the start of the 2013-14 season. Who will replace them as the team to beat in Conference-USA? It could very well be Marshall.
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.
The Madness is on! Find out what to expect — and which names to keep track of — throughout Friday’s action.
Jason Clark may not be Superman but he is one of the better players in the Big East.
We don’t wish attempting to deal with VCU’s pressure on anyone.
It feels like every year Jim Boeheim’s team gets off to a monster roll in November and December. That could all change on Saturday.
Does Baylor really need another lead guard? They don’t have a choice because here he is.