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.
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.
C.J. Leslie’s decision to return to NC State next season immediately makes Mark Gottfried’s team a threat for the ACC title.
After failing to make the tourney for the second time in three seasons, the Bruins have reloaded after landing two of the top four prospects in the country.
The entire landscape of the 2012-13 college basketball season will be affected this week by two monumental decisions.
If UConn doesn’t start winning, they’ll officially overtake UCLA this season as college basketball’s biggest disappointment.
There are absolutely no excuses for the Bearcats’ 56-54 loss to Presbyterian. But this team desperately needs to get their full complement of able bodies together if they want to be playing solid basketball at the start of the Big East season.
Jim Valvano used to say all that matters in college basketball is surviving and advancing and that’s exactly what happened for Kevin Willard’s Seton Hall team against St. Francis on Saturday night.
Glue guy – a player who does all the necessary things needed for a team to win at all costs. Let’s take a look at the top five in college basketball.
How refreshing and quite surprising in today’s world that a 19-year-old gifted athlete, in this case, amateur golfer Patrick Cantley ,would want to pursue a college degree, putting potentially millions of dollars aside.
NBA all-timer Bill Walton joined Boomer & Carton on Wednesday to look back on all aspects — from college to the pros — of his Hall of Fame career.