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March Madness 2015: Highlighting Tournament's Most Dangerous Bubble Teams

March Madness flaunts a large dance floor, but there's still not enough room for everyone to boogie. As the college basketball season winds down, several bubble teams desperately make their pitches for a tournament nod. BracketologyShow More Summary

College Basketball Games This Week with Major 2015 NCAA Tournament Implications

We're not just heading into the final week of the 2014-15 college basketball season. We're also entering a week full of last chances and do-or-die situations. Though conference tournaments between now and March 15 will also play a major...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Breaking Down Blue Devils' Chances for a No. 1 Seed

Top seed or not top seed. That is the question for Duke. With a 26-3 record, a No. 5 RPI (according to CBS Sports' Jerry Palm) and nine wins over top 50 teams, the Blue Devils certainly have the kind of resume that would warrant a No. Show More Summary

Preseason College Basketball Predictions That Look Foolish Now

Predictions are all well and good, but rarely are they correct. Looking back, some are laughably off base. Can you believe there was a time when Harvard was considered a Top 25 team? Nebraska was supposed to be a team that could move...Show More Summary

Washington State Sets Strange 4-Man Ball Screen vs. UCLA

This is a new one. During Washington State's Pac-12 matchup vs. UCLA on Sunday, Cougars head coach Ernie Kent called for an unorthodox four-man ball screen to spring guard Ike Iroegbu. What's great about this play is that it didn't even...Show More Summary

Christian Welp, UW's All-Time Leading Scorer, Dies at Age 51

University of Washington basketball legend Christian Welp has passed away at the age of 51 after reportedly suffering a heart attack. Eldridge Recasner, a fellow Husky legend and former teammate of Welp's for one season, announced the...Show More Summary

Michigan State vs. Wisconsin: Score, Twitter Reaction from 2015 Regular Season

Frank Kaminsky made sure his last home game at Wisconsin was a memorable one as he led his team to a 68-61 win over Michigan State. The victory moved the Badgers to 14-2 in the Big Ten, clinching at least a share of the conference regular-season title. Show More Summary

UConn's Rodney Purvis Throws Down Powerful Slam on 6'11" SMU C Yanick Moreira

When a team is looking to pull off an upset, plays like this one by UConn's Rodney Purvis provide a nice spark. Early in the second half of Sunday's game against No. 21 SMU, Purvis blew by one Mustangs defender and exploded to the rim. Show More Summary

Spike Albrecht Injury: Update on Michigan Star's Hip and Recovery

Michigan Wolverines guard Spike Albrecht has revealed that he has been fighting through a hip injury all season. In a Sunday report from's Brendan F. Quinn, Albrecht suggested that he'll need a medical procedure in the offseason to address the issue. "Most likely, but I'm not sure," said Albrecht. Show More Summary

NCAA Tournament 2015: Predicting No. 1 Seeds for March Madness Bracket

The madness of March is just around the corner. With the 2015 NCAA tournament's Selection Sunday looming on March 15, it's time to look ahead at the projected No. 1 seeds. One obvious squad is the Kentucky Wildcats, unquestionably the best team in the country. Show More Summary

Michigan State vs. Wisconsin: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

Michigan State and Wisconsin will both be looking to get back on track when the two teams meet on Sunday afternoon in Madison. The Spartans (19-9, 10-5) and Badgers (25-3, 13-2) are both coming off losses and would like to establish positive momentum with the postseason just around the corner. Show More Summary

Northeastern's Devon Begley Eurosteps Mop Boy Who Interferes with Fast Break

When Northeastern's Devon Begley stole the basketball from a College of Charleston player near half court, he probably thought it would lead to two easy points. He didn't take into account that the mop boy might serve as the sixth defender for the home team. Show More Summary

UT Arlington's Kaelon Wilson Puts Defender on Poster with 1-Handed Jam

UT Arlington freshman Kaelon Wilson threw down a monster jam on a UA Little Rock defender during the Mavericks' 82-73 win at College Park Center on Saturday. Wilson raced down the court and slammed home a powerful one-handed dunk, leaving the defender to fall straight to the floor. Show More Summary

March Madness 2015: Teams Most Likely to Challenge Kentucky for Title

Without question, Kentucky is the favorite heading into the conference tournaments and eventually the NCAA tournament. Such is to be expected of the undefeated, undisputed No. 1 team in the nation that is so deep it could probably field...Show More Summary

Arizona Shows It's a Bona Fide Title Contender with Gritty Road Win over Utah

It is hard to imagine any universe in which Bill Walton and Joe Lunardi are on the same wavelength, but they were recently about Arizona. The Wildcats were on ESPN at Colorado, when the 6’11’’ walking non sequitur made a direct point that ESPN’s punctual tournament data cruncher wholly agreed. Show More Summary

BYU vs. Gonzaga: Score and Twitter Reaction from Cougars' Upset Win

Over the past month, the third-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs have flirted with disaster on a few different occasions before ultimately pulling through in the end and remaining perfect in conference play. On Saturday night, their luck ran out. The BYU Cougars picked up their biggest win of the season, upsetting the Zags 73-70 on the road. Show More Summary

Arizona vs. Utah: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 Regular Season

The No. 7 Arizona Wildcats took a convincing next step toward the NCAA tournament Saturday night, ending the No. 13 Utah Utes' 18-game home winning streak and clinching at least a share of the Pac-12 title with a 63-57 win. The Wildcats...Show More Summary

Northern Illinois' Pete Rakocevic Brings the Hoop Down After 2-Handed Slam

Pete Rakocevic only played eight minutes for the Huskies Saturday night, but in that short time, he left an impression. During Northern Illinois' game versus Central Michigan, Rakocevic threw down a powerful two-handed jam. Moments later, the entire hoop collapsed, delaying the game. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Blue Devils Back on Track to Secure a 1-Seed After Syracuse Win

You would never know it by the media coverage surrounding Kentucky, but there will actually be four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament. Duke’s blowout victory over Syracuse Saturday kept the Blue Devils on the fast track to secure one...Show More Summary

Memphis' Shaq Goodwin Slams Home Alley-Oop off the Glass Versus Tulsa

The Memphis Tigers took on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Saturday night. So far, the highlight of the game has been this incredible alley-oop to Tigers junior Shaq Goodwin. Teammate Trahson Burrell received the ball on a breakaway and quickly threw it off the glass to a streaking Goodwin, who slammed it home with authority. Show More Summary

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