1. College Basketball's Showstoppers: The Most Exciting Players to Watch in 2018

    Keeping track of all 351 college basketball teams in Division I can be an exhausting task, and the entire audience doesn't care about every little storyline. Many fans simply want to be entertained...

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  2. Drexel Pulls off Biggest Comeback in D-I History vs. Delaware; Trailed by 34

    The Delaware Blue Hens entered the NCAA record books for all the wrong reasons Thursday night when they blew a 34-point first-half lead and fell to the Drexel Dragons, 85-83, at the Daskalakis Athletic Center in Philadelphia...

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  3. Lawsuit Alleges Arizona Football Players Gang-Raped Female Students, Staff

    An amendment to a lawsuit filed against the University of Arizona reportedly says the school " promoted the success of the football program at the expense of the safety of female students on campus...

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  4. Michael Porter Jr. Return a Huge Risk with No Clear Reward for NBA Future

    It has been a long five months for college basketball. The FBI's investigation into a pay-for-play scandal involving shoe companies has been hovering overhead like a tornado cloud...

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  5. Allonzo Trier Declared Ineligible by NCAA; Arizona Appealing Decision

    Arizona star Allonzo Trier has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA for a failed drug test, though the school is appealing the decision...

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  6. Michael Porter Jr. Medically Cleared for Basketball Activities After Back Injury

    Missouri Tigers freshman forward Michael Porter Jr . has reportedly been cleared for all basketball activities after he underwent back surgery in November, according to CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein ...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 17 hours ago 1 reads 0 comments

  7. Marshall DT Larry Aaron III Dies of Gunshot Wound from New Year's Day Shooting

    Larry Aaron III, a sophomore defensive tackle at Marshall University, died Thursday at the age of 19.   Per Grant Traylor of the  Herald Dispatch , Aaron died because of complications with his treatment after he was shot on Jan...

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  8. Charles Barkley on Bruce Pearl: Auburn 'Would Be Idiots' to Part with HC

    Basketball Hall of Famer and Auburn alum Charles Barkley expressed his support for Auburn men's basketball head coach Bruce Pearl on Thursday...

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  9. NCAA Tournament 2018: Stock Watch for Bubble Teams at Week 16

    With Selection Sunday set for March 11, bubble teams like Houston, UCLA and Baylor are playing their way comfortably into the projected NCAA tournament field...

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  10. Breaking Down the Most Exciting Conference Title Races in College Basketball

    March Madness is right around the corner, but first, there's a lot to be decided in various conference title races around the country...

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  11. Oklahoma State Uses Balanced Offense to Pull Upset Win vs. No. 6 Texas Tech

    The Big 12 continues to showcase its depth, as Oklahoma State pulled off the 79-71 upset over No. 6 Texas Tech Wednesday night...

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  12. Rick Pitino Says Louisville Should Fight NCAA Title Vacation Ruling

    Former Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino believes the school should fight the NCAA's decision that forced the school to vacate its 2013 national championship...

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  13. Andrew Jones Talks Leukemia Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Be Back Soon'

    Texas Longhorns sophomore guard Andrew Jones , who is undergoing treatment for leukemia, expressed confidence Tuesday that he will soon be well enough to play...

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  14. Nebraska Men's Basketball Team Bench Goes Wild with Sideline Celebrations

    A couple of years ago, the Monmouth Hawks held the crown as the best men's college basketball bench across the nation in terms of creative courtside celebrations. Now, Nebraska's sideline antics have gained some recognition...

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  15. Dan Mullen, NCAA Named in Lawsuit Stemming from Ole Miss Investigation

    The NCAA and University of Florida head football coach Dan Mullen , who previously served in the same role at Mississippi State, were named in a lawsuit filed Tuesday by Rebel Rags, ...

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  16. NCAA Needs to Rethink College Basketball Punishments After Louisville Scandal

    The NCAA took out its eraser Tuesday in bringing closure to the striptease scandal in Louisville. The organization's Infractions Appeals Committee upheld a ruling that vacated ...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  17. David Padgett: NCAA Should Have Waited to Announce Louisville Punishment

    Interim Louisville coach David Padgett said he wished the NCAA had waited until after this basketball season to issue its ruling that stripped the program of the 2013 national title and handed down multiple other punishments...

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  18. Kevin Ware on Louisville's NCAA Punishment: I 'Still Got This Fat Ass Ring'

    After the NCAA announced Tuesday that the Louisville Cardinals men's basketball team would be forced to vacate its 2013 national championship, former Louisville guard Kevin Ware commented on Twitter...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  19. Louisville Basketball to Vacate Wins Including 2013 Title After NCAA Violations

    Louisville must pay a fine, and the men's basketball team will be forced to vacate all of its wins from the 2011-15 academic years in which ineligible student-athletes played in games...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  20. Trae Young on Oklahoma's 6-Game Losing Streak: 'We'll Get Better'

    Oklahoma Sooners superstar guard Trae Young remained positive after his team lost its sixth consecutive game Monday...

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  21. Dynamic Duos Ready to Light Up the 2018 NCAA Tournament

    The NCAA tournament is where the stars come out, and the more a team has, the better its chances are to make a deep run. Sure, there are going to be some tremendous individual performances by some of college basketball's top scorers...

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  22. 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Latest Projection of the Field of 68

    With less than two weeks remaining in the 2017-18 men's college basketball regular season, the Virginia Cavaliers are still the projected No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA tournament...

    Kerry Miller Written by Kerry Miller about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  23. College Basketball Teams That Most Need to Get Healthy for 2018 NCAA Tournament

    No matter how hard you prepare or stock the cabinet, injuries will always play a role in sports. Well, injuries and referees. As we head into conference tourney season, several Big Dance-caliber teams are floundering because of injuries to key players..

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  24. Kansas' Frontcourt Concerns in the Rearview Mirror in Pursuit of a No. 1 Seed

    The No. 8 Kansas Jayhawks shot the lights out in Phog Allen Fieldhouse on Monday night, draining 16 three-pointers in a 104-74 blowout of the Oklahoma Sooners...

    Kerry Miller Written by Kerry Miller about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  25. Michigan Basketball Honors Plane Crash Survivor Austin Hatch on Senior Day

    The Michigan Wolverines honored Austin Hatch, who survived a plane crash in 2011 that left him in a monthslong coma, before Sunday's basketball game against Ohio State. Daniel Murphy of ESPN...

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