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Atlantic Sun Preview: Has North Florida overthrown #DunkCity?

Florida-Gulf Coast is the program everyone recognizes in the Atlantic Sun, but another school from the Sunshine State has taken control of the league.

Calipari Says Briscoe Won’t Trash-Talk (Too Much) at Kentucky

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Isaiah Briscoe was voted the “biggest trash talker” in the country in a USA Today poll last spring. In April, he told me he was ready to take on Carmelo Anthony in one-on-one. The former Roselle (N.J.) Catholic guard will never lack for confidence, but don’t expect Kentucky coach John Calipari to endorse Briscoe’s trash-talking […]

KU’s Cheick Diallo practicing, still waiting on eligibility

Kansas Jayhawks five-star freshman big man Cheick Diallo is now allowed to practice with the team, but is still waiting on clearance from the NCAA Eligibility Center. Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star reported the latest development. A...Show More Summary

Washington forward out with fractured wrist

Chriss is one of the newcomers expected to have an impact this season.

Midnight Madness 2015: Schedule for Top NCAA Basketball Teams

The calendar flipping to October means many things. Most of these are miserable. Cold, rainy weather comes in week-long waves. Bikinis and boardshorts are replaced by parkas and pants. That smooth, tan skin you've enjoyed all summer?...Show More Summary

6-Foot-11 Deng Gak Draws Duke, Florida, Others to Blair Academy

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Deng Gak has only been at Blair (N.J.) Academy for about a week, and yet already the big-time schools are passing through to check the big man out. Duke assistant Jon Scheyer, Florida assistant Darris Nichols, SMU head coach Larry Brown and Northwestern head man Chris Collins have stopped in to see Gak, a 6-foot-11 […]

NC State’s Rowan arrives to help depleted Wolfpack roster

Maverick Rowan arrived just in time to help short-handed North Carolina State.

Five-star F Wenyen Gabriel picks Kentucky over Duke

Class of 2016 five-star forward Wenyen Gabriel, out of Massachusetts’ Wilbraham & Monson Academy, near Springfield, has committed to the Kentucky Wildcats over the Duke Blue Devils. Matt Norlander of CBS Sports reported Gabriel’s decision, and Gabriel also posted an announcement on his personal Twitter page. Rivals Nation to Big Blue Nation

Projecting Kentucky's 2016-17 Rotation After Wenyen Gabriel's Committment

Kentucky continued to build its roster for the 2016-17 season on Thursday as it earned the commitment of forward Wenyen Gabriel, according to Adam Finkelstein of Gabriel joins New Zealand's Tai Wynyard and Sacha Killeya -Jones...Show More Summary

Auriemma: Some UConn fans are so 'stupid it’s unbelievable'

University of Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma isn’t afraid to say something controversial. He is on record saying men’s college basketball is “a joke,†after all. However, his recent appearance on Grantland’s...Show More Summary

Indiana eager to get to work with tough schedule ahead

The new rule in college basketball allowing teams to begin practice two weeks earlier is one that is being embraced by Indiana coach Tom Crean.

West Virginia lands power forward Sagaba Konate

Konate will be the fifth member of his family to play college basketball when he arrives on the WVU campus next year.

Utah unveils $36 million basketball practice facility

Utah unveiled a $36 million basketball practice facility Thursday with dramatic upgrades from what players and coaches were accustomed to inside the university's 46-year-old arena.

Report: Former Alabama signee has qualifying SAT score

Rivals ranked Eubanks among the top 100 prospects in the Class of 2015.

Young Washington roster ready for challenges ahead

Young, overhauled Washington roster ready for challenges that lie ahead        

Predicting the 1st Loss of the 2015-16 Season for Top College Basketball Teams

Wichita State and Kentucky flirted with perfection over the past two years, and they just might be the last two teams to suffer a loss during the 2015-16 men's college basketball season. Though we've had some close calls lately, it has been four decades since the last time a team went undefeated all the way through the NCAA tournament. Show More Summary

Ray Salnave to Monmouth

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

By JOSH NEWMAN NEW YORK — The high level of recruiting success Monmouth University has enjoyed over the last 18 months has helped put the Hawks’ long-term health in a good place. On Thursday, head coach King Rice and his staff added another significant piece to Monmouth’s future. Ray Salnave, a 6-foot-2 guard out of […]

SMU’s Keith Frazier didn’t know secretary did his work

The Southern Methodist Mustangs men’s basketball program was hit with NCAA sanctions earlier this week, primarily due to academic misconduct surrounding guard Keith Frazier in that a team secretary did his coursework for him. However,...Show More Summary

Three-star forward commits to Nebraska

Horne joins Isaiah Roby in Nebraska's 2016 recruiting class to date.

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