With the big programs set to lose — and gain –some key players, the NCAA landscape could look quite different next season.
Multiple sources say there is more than a legitimate chance of Kentucky landing the top two prospects in the Class of 2012: 6-foot-10 shot blocker Nerlens Noel and lefty wing Shabazz Muhammad.
The Wildcats may have lost to Vanderbilt on Sunday, but they’re still ripe for a major run in the NCAA Tournament.
It was only one game, but it was tough not be encouraged with how the Huskies played on Wednesday night against DePaul.
Veteran guards? Check. Senior big man? Check. Tournament experience? You better believe it. Fran Dunphy’s Temple team looks like the real deal.
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 […]
Just who are the real Scarlet Knights? Rutgers lost its first two Big East games but has rallied to win consecutively against UConn and Pitt.
Who saw this one coming? Kevin Willard has reconstructed the Pirates into a cohesive, unselfish team that is playing the second best basketball in the Big East.
St. John’s might only have seven scholarship players available this season but they’ll be adding one big addition in practice.
Lorenzo Romar’s team has had multiple opportunities to make a statement early in the season but a showdown against the Blue Devils at Madison Square Garden represents an entirely different level of opportunity.
The highly anticipated showdown between arguably the nation’s two most talented rosters should come down to a battle of toughness and outside shooting.
Does Baylor really need another lead guard? They don’t have a choice because here he is.
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.