The NCAA Final Four has given us many amazing moments in its illustrious history. Here are the top 5.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy told me on Monday that the amount of games that Marshall Henderson will miss this season has still yet to be determined.
How could Katin Reinhardt leave after being fourth on UNLV in scoring as a freshman (10.1 PPG), and second in minutes played (29.2)?
Can the Crimson go the NCAA Tournament for the second time in as many seasons? Absolutely. Can they finally win a game at Jadwin Gym? That’s to be determined.
Just how good is Providence? We’ll know after they play Syracuse at the Carrier Dome.
The hottest team in the Big East will travel to the Queen City to take on pound for pound the toughest team in college basketball.
The Badgers may be one marquee win away from clinching an NCAA berth. It says here that they’ll get it on Saturday.
Let me say this: I like Cuonzo Martin’s team in Tennessee. But they won’t make the NCAA Tournament.
This is a major opportunity for UCLA. The Bruins have yet to earn a marquee victory in the non-conference portion of their schedule and the Tigers will enter Pauley Pavilion as the seventh-ranked team in the country.
One of the major keys to San Diego State’s 6-1 start is Utah transfer JJ O’Brien. The 6-7 forward has blended perfectly alongside the Aztecs’ talented perimeter of Xavier Thames, Chase Tapley, and Jamaal Franklin and given Steve Fisher one of the better glue guys in the country.
Temple is now in prime position to challenge for yet another Atlantic 10 title after the Owls officially added Boston University big man Jake O’Brien as a transfer this past week.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns UNLV may very well be a Top 10 team heading into next season while possessing arguably the best front court in all of college basketball — but the Runnin Rebels […]
UNLV is now legitimately among the top seven or eight teams in the country heading into next season after adding Findlay Prep power forward Anthony Bennett.
For a team that desperately needed a capable lead guard, getting Mark Lyons is like found money for Sean Miller and the Wildcats.
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.