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Jayson Tatum Injury: Updates on Duke Star's Foot and Recovery

The Duke Blue Devils are No. 1 in the initial USA Today Coaches Poll, but they experienced a significant loss on Tuesday when forward Jayson Tatum suffered a foot injury. An NBA scout said it appeared to be a "a stress reaction in his foot," per Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress. More to follow. Read more College Basketball news on

Pac-12 Burning Questions: Who Will Play Point Guard for Arizona?

Even after graduating the team’s two leading scorers, Arizona has everything it needs on paper to dethrone Oregon and reassert itself as the best team in the Pac-12. The Wildcats have a redshirt senior who is likely one of the best on-ball defenders in the conference. Show More Summary

Experts: Real chance of Louisville losing title

If U of L used players in 2012-13 who got sex, prostitutes, vacating NCAA title is virtually automatic, NCAA experts say        

One Burning Question: How Will Chris Beard Use Texas Tech’s Newfound Depth?

It was an adventurous offseason in Lubbock. After taking Texas Tech to its first NCAA Tournament since 2007, head coach Tubby Smith left for the Memphis job that was vacated by Josh Pastner. Two days later, the Red Raiders hired former Little Rock head coach Chris Beard away from UNLV where Beard had committed to coach just a couple of weeks prior. Show More Summary

Elite hoops recruits fight urge to commit on visits

they try to fight the emotions of being on campus and having 'great' experience        

Miami beats out Kansas and Florida for 2017 center

Jim Larranaga and Miami just won a big recruiting battle. Deng Gak, a 6-foot-11 center in the Class of 2017, committed to the Hurricanes on Tuesday over the likes of Kansas and Florida. “First off I’d like to thank my family for supporting me throughout this long process,” Gak wrote on Twitter, “and all the […]

After busy summer, a healthy Krzyzewski ready to lead Duke

Mike Krzyzewski is embracing the grind of another year at Duke after an offseason that was exceptionally busy - even by his standards.

ACC Burning Questions: Florida State

This team preview is part of the RTC ACC microsite’s preseason coverage. Burning Question: Will the stable of talent Leonard Hamilton has assembled in Tallahassee finally manifest into an NCAA bid? The preseason hype swirling around the Florida State basketball program has seemingly become a summer rite of passage. Show More Summary

NCAA rejects UNC’s arguments in Notice of Allegations response

The saga of the NCAA vs. North Carolina took another step forward on Tuesday. In August, when North Carolina responded to the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations, the school did their best to try and get off of a technicality. We went in-depth on the matter here, but in short, UNC found documents that they believed […]

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.

Coach K on Harry Giles: We’re ‘going to do this slow’

Duke freshman Harry Giles underwent surgery last month on his left knee, a knee that he injured after is freshman year in high school. On Monday, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski spoke with Fox Sports’ Evan Daniels on his new podcast and gave an update on the status of Giles’ knee. “Harry is still recovering […]

Even Without Isaiah Whitehead, Seton Hall is Here to Stay

Things took a turn for Seton Hall in the offseason when Isaiah Whitehead, the team’s leader and go-to scorer, opted to remain in the NBA Draft. Over the course of his two-year stint as a Pirate, the 6’4? guard transformed from a ball-dominant, somewhat careless passer into one of the nation’s best combo guards. Show More Summary

Will Kentucky's reloaded roster of freshmen form a title team?

John Calipari called his freshman class "maybe the best ever that I’ve had."        

Duke the easy No. 1 in preseason poll

“Duke has the perfect balance of one-and-done guys and All-Americans,” Jay Wright said.        

Michigan State’s Freshmen Will be This Season’s Catalysts

As another exciting Big Ten season approaches, Tom Izzo, the league’s most accomplished and celebrated figure, finds his program in the familiar position as the favorite. What’s different this year is that the longtime Michigan State...Show More Summary

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