Often inconsistent during the first two years of his career, Georgetown junior point guard Markel Starks took Brooklyn by storm on Monday night.
The Bruins’ tilt with Georgetown in the Legends Classic was highly anticipated to begin with, but now the expectations are going to go right through the roof.
The Notre Dame Irish are moving to No.1 — and aren’t a fluke.
With Alabama losing Saturday, the complexion of the BCS has turned completely upside down.
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.
For a long time Georgetown has been known for their lineage of great big men but John Thompson III is now making the Hoyas synonymous with a new brand — length.
Texas coach Rick Barnes doesn’t have a go-to guy like he did last year with J’Covan Brown but he’s absolutely thrilled with what he’s seen from his team so far this fall.
Led by quarterback Everett Golson and a stingy defense, the Irish should be able to hold off a talented Michigan team and stop the Wolverines’ streak at three.
I know Syracuse likes to market themselves as “New York’s team” and there are a lot of Orange fans in the area—but this one will be U-G-L-Y.
Basketball in New Rochelle just got real interesting. Again. Norvel Pelle’s decision to attend Iona makes the Gaels a national story for the second consecutive season.
With Mark Lyons, Nick Johnson, Solomon Hill, and a healthy Kevin Parrom and Jordin Mayes, Arizona should have a much deeper and explosive perimeter than they did last season.
Here’s a look at the top transfer players heading into the next college basketball season.
Stony Brook’s underdog run in the College World Series ended on Sunday. The Seawolves were eliminated by Florida State, 12-2.
South Carolina is going for three straight national titles and Florida is the No. 1 seed. Yet all the talk at the College World Series is about Stony Brook.
The Seawolves (52-13) are in the College World Series for the first time in school history, and it’s no sudden rags-to-riches story.