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Mamadou Ndiaye will remain in NBA Draft, forgo senior season

Mamadou Ndiaye, a 7-foot-6 junior at UC Irvine, has officially decided to forgo his final season of college eligibility and enter the NBA Draft. Ndiaye, who is one of only two 7-foot-6 college players in the country, declared for the draft last month but has not hired an agent. Show More Summary

Edwards withdraws from NBA draft, will play again for Purdue

Purdue junior forward Vincent Edwards will return next season        

Michael Porter Jr. down to 5, cuts Duke, UK, Kansas

Michael Porter Jr. down to five, cuts Duke, Kentucky, Kansas        

Kentucky-Kansas headlines the 2017 SEC/Big 12 Challenge

The Big 12 and the SEC announced the matchups for the 2017 SEC/Big 12 Challenge on Tuesday, and the highlight is, of course, Kansas and Kentucky. The two schools, who played an instant classic in Phog Allen Fieldhouse last season, will square off in Lexington this season. If that wasn’t enough, Kentucky and Kansas are […]

College Basketball Players Who Could Star in College Football

As college basketball fans, we're saddled with a ridiculously long offseason that spans more time than the season itself. And it's during this dead period between April and November that we're so desperate for information and activity...Show More Summary

SEC/Big 12 Challenge Matchups (Maybe)

These are not official, but CBS Sports is reporting that sources have told them the matchups for the SEC/Big 12 Challenge are in place. If these sources are accurate Alabama is, once again, not taking part in the Challenge. This would...Show More Summary

Why Duke won’t win the National Championship in ’16-’17

The Blue Devils got even more good news this offseason as the #16 ranked player in the ESPN Top 100, Marques Bolden, committed to Duke earlier this week. That puts their recruiting class up to six players, including three top 10 prospects. Show More Summary

Five-star 2017 forward Porter Jr. releases top five schools

Ranked 2nd in the class, Michael Porter Jr. has family connections at two of the five schools.

Kentucky Basketball: Wildcats' Biggest Reasons for Optimism in 2016-17

The Kentucky Wildcats had a relatively disappointing 2015-16 season, but just like every other year under John Calipari, there is plenty of reason for optimism going forward. The past seven years in Lexington have featured four Final Four berths, a national championship and at least 20 wins every season. Show More Summary

Duke-Mich St, UNC-Indiana highlight ACC/Big Ten Challenge

A pair of rematches, one from the 2015 Final Four (Duke-Michigan State) and the other from the 2016 Sweet 16 (Indiana-North Carolina) are the headlining matchups of the 2016 ACC/Big Ten Challenge.  CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein tweeted out all 14 pairings this evening.  Michigan St at Duke headlines the 2016 ACC/Big 10 Challenge. Show More Summary

Texas A&M lands Spanish forward Eric Vila

Vila has played for FC Barcelona and Spain's U16 and U18 teams over the last two years.

Basketball: Miami to host Rutgers in ACC/Big Ten challenge

Miami’s opponent for a marquee non-conference home game is — to be real, here — fairly underwhelming. According to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein, the Hurricanes will host Rutgers in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Rutgers? UM coach Jim Larranaga. Show More Summary

Michigan to host Virginia Tech in Big Ten-ACC Challenge

According to a report by Jon Rothstein, Michigan will host Virginia Tech in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge. Michigan will host Virginia Tech in next season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge, sources told @CBSSports. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein)Show More Summary

Florida, Oklahoma to meet in SEC-Big 12 Challenge

Florida reportedly will play at Oklahoma next season in the SEC-Big 12 Challenge, according to a source close to’s Jon Rothstein. The game will pit former Gator and current Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger against the team he coached to a Final Four in 1994. Show More Summary

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