College basketball analyst Vin Parise joined WLNY's Steve Overmyer to talk about Mike Anderson taking on the head coach job with St. John's Red Storm basketball program.

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College Basketball Analyst Vin Parise Talks New Era At St. John'sCollege basketball analyst Vin Parise joined WLNY's Steve Overmyer to talk about Mike Anderson taking on the head coach job with St. John's Red Storm basketball program.
St. John's Names New Head CoachCBS2's Otis Livingston has the latest on the hiring of Mike Anderson as St. John's new head basketball coach.
St. John's Head Coach Chris Mullins Reportedly Will LeaveCBS Sports is reporting that St. John's and head men's basketball coach Chris Mullin could part ways by the end of the week. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Steve Overmyer Breaks Down What To Expect In 2019 NCAA TournamentCBS2's Steve Overmyer talks about what upsets are likely and his pick for who to expect in the final championship match in this year's NCAA Tournament.
Join CBS2 In The NCAA Bracket ChallengeJoin your favorite CBS2 personalities in this year's NCAA bracket challenge.
Join CBS2 In The NCAA Bracket ChallengeJoin your favorite CBS2 personalities in this year's NCAA bracket challenge.
Fairleigh Dickinson University Takes Court For NCAA TournamentFairleigh Dickinson will play fellow 16-seed Prairie View A&M Tuesday night at 6:40 p.m. ET at the University of Dayton Arena. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
NCAA Tournament Bracketology: A Look At The Local SeedsSt. John's, Seton Hall, Iona and Fairleigh Dickinson made it to the Big Dance, and CBS New York's Chris Scaglione joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro to talk top tournament tips for your picks.
NCAA Tourney Wagers In N.J. Expected To Surpass Super BowlExperts believe wagering on the NCAA Tournament in New Jersey could generate more money than the betting on the Super Bowl. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports

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Big Wagers Expected In New Jersey During NCAA TournamentNow that sports betting is legal in New Jersey, gamblers are likely to wager big bucks during the NCAA Tournament, which begins this week. TV 10/55's Lisa Rozner reports
Rutgers To Start Selling Alcohol At Sporting EventsCollegiate sports is a big, expensive business. So Rutgers University is experimenting with new ways to pay for athletic scholarships. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim Strikes, Kills ManSyracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim struck and killed a man walking on an interstate late Wednesday night as he tried to avoid hitting the man’s disabled vehicle. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
West Point Apologizes For Air Force PrankThe U.S. Military Academy apologized for a prank that resulted in the Air Force Academy mascot, Aurora the falcon, being injured. The bird was stolen by cadets before the Air Force-Army football game at West Point on Saturday. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Rutgers Football Player Izaia Bullock Charged In Murder PlotMiddlesex County prosecutors said Tuesday that 22-year-old Izaia Bullock of Piscataway was charged with two counts of attempted murder and conspiracy. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Rutgers Football Player Charged In Murder PlotA Rutgers University football player has been kicked off the team after being charging in a murder conspiracy.
NCAA Facing Lawsuits Over Football Head InjuriesThe NCAA is facing four wrongful death lawsuits over football head injuries. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Rutgers Football Players Facing ChargesThe first of eight Rutgers University football players facing charges in an alleged credit card scheme will face a judge Thursday. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
Rutgers Football Players Facing ChargesEight current and former players from Rutgers University stand accused of running a credit card scheme. One is expected to face a judge today. CBS2’s Jenna Deangelis has the latest.
Army Football Team Receives CIC Trophy At White HousePresident Trump presented the Army football team the Commander-in-Chief Trophy during a ceremony on Tuesday at the White House. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports
Sister Jean Offers Pearls Of Wisdom On Basketball And LifeSister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, the popular 98-year-old chaplain of the Cinderella team Loyola-Chicago, is enoying her fame but not letting it go her head amid the NCAA Tournament. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
Is Your Bracket Busted?The NCAA Tournament has been filled with upset after upset, but for some they can deal with their bracket getting busted as long as their favorite school keeps winning. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports
Rough Day For Iona At NCAA TournamentIona bowed out on the first day of the NCAA Tournament, losing to national powerhouse Duke. CBS2's Steve Overmyer visited a local watering hole near Iona's New Rochelle campus.
Have No Fear, Bracket Help Is HereThe NCAA tournament officially begins Tuesday. It's also time to start filling out those brackets. But if you're nervous about that office pool, don't sweat it. CBS2's Otis Livingston has you covered.
Iona Heading Back To Big DanceMarch Madness is upon us. But that's nothing new to a college campus up New Rochelle. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports
More Than 25 Minutes Spent On March Madness At WorkSome employers are worried about the tournament taking over the workplace.
Red Storm RisingSt. John's basketball is in last place but spent the last week on top of the college basketball world. CBS2's Otis Livingston has the story as March Madness arrives early.
UCLA Basketball Players Caught Shoplifting In China ApologizeThis as new details emerge about the crime that caused them to be detained half a world away. CBS2's Danielle Nottingham reports.
College Basketball ScandalBoomer Esiason and Gregg Giannotti discuss the federal corruption scandal that is rocking the world of college basketball.
NCAA Basketball Coaches Among 10 Charged With Fraud And CorruptionInvestigators said the coaches have "enormous influence" over their players and how they select their agents and other advisers when they leave college and enter the NBA. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.

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