Will a lack of experience affect Kentucky? Maybe in the first month of the season, but it shouldn’t be a real factor in February and March.
Tony Criswell may not be in bold print when people talk about Missouri’s prospects for next season, but the JUCO big man is going to have a key role for the Tigers.
Here’s a look at the top transfer players heading into the next college basketball season.
The Wildcats may have lost to Vanderbilt on Sunday, but they’re still ripe for a major run in the NCAA Tournament.
John Calipari has never lost at Rupp Arena since he’s been the head coach at Kentucky. And that trend will likely continue on Saturday against the Commodores.
Sean Miller told me prior to the season that he hoped his young team would develop to the point where they’d be playing their best basketball toward the end of the year.
The return of Orange center Fab Melo ensures that Madison Square Garden will be a pro-Syracuse crowd, like usual.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns RUTGERS AT GEORGETOWN Just who are the real Scarlet Knights? Unless they come out and steal a road game in DC on Saturday, they’re going to be who they’ve […]
It’s going to take an extremely special team to beat Jim Boeheim’s Orange at the Carrier Dome — and Marquette will be more than desperate to get it done.
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.
TCU and Louisiana Tech enter Wednesday night riding seven game win streaks—however, that is where the comparisons end.
Phil Pressey only made one of eight shots in Missouri’s 81-71 win over Villanova on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden — and it didn’t matter with the way he ran the Tigers offense.
Frank Haith didn’t see this coming. Not in the first month of the first season at a new school.
UNLV’s upset of top ranked North Carolina on Saturday night reminded many why the Runnin’ Rebels are the nation’s sleeping giant when it comes to college hoops.
About 370,000 utility customers in Connecticut remain without power, several days after Tropical Storm Irene blew through the Nutmeg State.