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Let's Watch Bruce Pearl Lip-Sync a Taylor Swift Song in a Wig

Some things are best left unexplained. Take this footage of Bruce Pearl lip-syncing a Taylor Swift song, for example.'s Brandon Marcello spotted footage of the Auburn men's basketball coach donning a wig and fake-singing Swift's...Show More Summary

Does Signing 5-Star SF Brandon Ingram Make Duke a Threat to Repeat?

With each person who has joined the Duke Blue Devils' 2015 recruiting class, the chances of the Blue Devils not only surviving the loss of four starters but also being able to match last season's success have improved. With Brandon Ingram coming into the mix, those hopes become expectations. Ingram, the No. Show More Summary

Brandon Ingram to Duke: Blue Devils Land 5-Star SF Prospect

There's a party kicking off on the campus of Duke, as the program just managed to land superstar forward Brandon Ingram. Stephen Wiseman of The Durham Herald Sun reported the news on Monday and passed along a quote from Ingram: ESPN's...Show More Summary

Pass/Fail Grades for Top College Basketball Players' 2015 NBA Draft Declarations

The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NBA draft has come and gone, and as always, a handful of players made decisions that left coaches and analysts scratching their heads. “There are guys coming out this year that I can’t believe,” Michigan State’s Tom Izzo said. Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Adjustments Wildcats Must Make in 2015-16

Stop me if you've heard this before, but there will be plenty of new adjustments for the 2015-16 version of Kentucky basketball compared to the most recent Final Four team. That's what happens when seven of your top 10 players declare...Show More Summary

The Biggest Question for Top College Basketball Teams in the 2015 Offseason

The college basketball offseason is almost entirely big questions, but there's one undeniably massive unknown hanging over every team that could open the season ranked in the top 20. Now, without a doubt, the biggest question this offseason is about the five 5-star freshmen who still haven't committed. Show More Summary

Eric Paschall, Fordham's Leading Scorer, Transferring to Villanova

Eric Paschall, Fordham's leading scorer in 2014-15 and the reigning Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year, announced Thursday via Twitter that he's transferring to Villanova. I have officially committed to Villanova University!!!!! # NovaNation...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Biggest Things to Look Forward to in 2015-16

North Carolina won't play again for more than six months, but it's never too early to start thinking ahead during college basketball's long offseason. It's what the time off is meant for — to plan and project. Coming off a 26-12 campaign...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Biggest Adjustments Orange Must Make in 2015-16

The Syracuse basketball team is going to look much different than it did last season. The Orange lost four players, and four new freshmen will take their place and join the returning players to round out the 2015-16 version of the team. As...Show More Summary

Stanley Johnson Declares for 2015 NBA Draft: Latest Details and Reaction

As if the sting of watching yet another Elite Eight exit at the hands of the Wisconsin Badgers wasn't enough, Arizona Wildcats fans now have to deal with Stanley Johnson's departure. The freshman forward announced Thursday that he'll...Show More Summary

Alex Poythress Will Return to Kentucky for Senior Season: Details, Reaction

Kentucky forward Alex Poythress will return to the Wildcats for the 2015-16 season after missing the majority of the 2014-15 campaign with injury. Ben Roberts of the Lexington Herald-Leader noted Thursday that a Kentucky spokesman confirmed...Show More Summary

Which Team Has the Best Running Back Corps in the Country?

Running backs are an essential part of what makes an offense go, and these teams have the best crop of ball-carriers heading into the 2015 season. Watch as Bleacher Report College Football Analysts Michael Felder, Barrett Sallee andShow More Summary

Players Ken Pomeroy Is Going to Love in the 2015-16 College Basketball Season

This slideshow goes out to a former National Weather Service employee in Utah. You may have heard of him. Ken Pomeroy’s algorithms have become a way of life, calculation and understanding in college basketball. He has a good sense of timing, too. Show More Summary

Malik Newman Denies Reported Mississippi State Commitment

Combo guard Malik Newman and his father have denied previous reports that he has committed to Mississippi State. Ben Garrett of initially reported the commitment was official: Courtney Cronin of The Clarion-Ledger provided comments from Newman, who denied the report: "No, I haven't committed," Newman told The Clarion-Ledger. Show More Summary

Brandon Sampson to LSU: Tigers Land 4-Star SG Prospect

Brandon Sampson, one of the most intriguing guards in the 2015 class, has decided to play college basketball at LSU. It shouldn't take long for him to start making an impact in the Tigers backcourt. Sampson announced his decision on Monday, via Jeff Borzello of Show More Summary

Fred Hoiberg Undergoes Heart Surgery: Latest Details on Iowa State Head Coach

Iowa State head basketball coach Fred Hoiberg had open-heart surgery on April 17 to replace a damaged valve. It's the second heart procedure for the 42-year-old former NBA swingman. Continue for updates. Hoiberg Recovering After Open-Heart...Show More Summary

Izzo on Failings of College Basketball and NBA: 'We've Got to Do a Better Job'

It was a rough year for men's college basketball. Off-court drama at blue-blood programs such as Syracuse, North Carolina and Kansas commanded headlines for months. National attendance fell for the seventh straight season, and according...Show More Summary

Duke's Quinn Cook Convinces Women He's J. Cole, Serenades Them with a Song

Being a member of the reigning national champion Duke Blue Devils apparently isn't enough for Quinn Cook. As it turns out, he likes to pretend to be hip-hop artist J. Cole. Former Duke star Nolan Smith recently posted an entertaining video that revealed Cook likes to pretend to be somebody else. Show More Summary

Odds for Each Major College Basketball Conference Champ to Repeat in 2015-16

Though not the ultimate goal of most programs, winning a college basketball regular-season conference title is pretty high up on the list. To be able to say, after a long, arduous schedule traveling all over the league and playing everyone...Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball Recruiting: Early Wish List for Class of 2016

Whether you're on the coaching staff or a fan of Kentucky basketball, there is no offseason. With the summer session of AAU basketball and camps in full swing, there's no doubt that the biggest buzz word in college basketball is recruiting. Kentucky...Show More Summary

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