American Athletic Conference coaches have picked Cincinnati to win the league title this season. Full Story
Coaches pick Cincinnati to win American Athletic Conference
American Athletic Conference coaches have picked Cincinnati to win the league title this season.
UNC: Pinson out indefinitely with broken bone in right foot
North Carolina junior swingman Theo Pinson is out indefinitely with a broken bone in his right foot.
Louisville shooting for tournament bid after postseason ban
Louisville is eager to play in the postseason again after sitting out last spring, and the Cardinals hope to make it a long stay once they get there.
Defending champion Oregon picked to repeat as Pac-12 winner
Coaches in the deep-as-ever Pac-12 Conference are determined to continue some serious momentum in men's basketball that was built up during a special March.
Police: South Carolina guard Felder kicked officers
Police say South Carolina freshman guard Rakym Felder kicked and hit officers trying to arrest him after he landed a surprise punch on a bystander in Columbia's bar district.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has a sudden wealth of depth
Last season, the Syracuse Orange had to sweat out Selection Sunday, then shocked the college basketball world by advancing to the Final Four.
Florida freshman Bassett to miss season with stress fracture
Florida freshman Dontay Bassett will miss the season because of a stress fracture in his right foot.
Izzo isn't sure what to expect from new-look Michigan State
Tom Izzo insists he has no idea what to expect from his team this season.
Arizona adds to 2017 class with Lee's commitment
Power forward Ira Lee has committed to Arizona, rounding out what may be the best recruiting class in Sean Miller's seven seasons in the desert.
NCAA accuses Louisville, Pitino of violations in escort case
The NCAA accused Louisville of four serious violations and criticized coach Rick Pitino for failing to monitor a former basketball staffer who hired escorts and strippers for sex parties with recruits and players.
Full autopsy: Oklahoma State player had an enlarged heart
The Oklahoma State University basketball player who died in July following an outdoor team workout suffered from an enlarged heart and died of natural causes, the state medical examiner's office said Friday.