A change that is intended to quicken the pace of men’s college basketball and that has led defensive-minded teams like Temple to score more could go into effect more broadly for the 2015-16 season.
Between the players, coaches and teams that will be on display in Indianapolis on Saturday night, the 2015 NCAA men's basketball Final Four might as well be an All-Star Weekend of college hoops. But who should you root for? If you're...Show More Summary
The 2015 Final Four in Indianapolis will feature Hall of Fame coaches, first round draft picks and rabid fans. Kentucky hasn't given into the pressure of being declared one of the best college basketball teams of all time. Duke has overcome...Show More Summary
Highlights from Saturday's cable ratings.
Kentucky is the overwhelming favorite to go 40-0 and win the NCAA men's basketball tournament, but they are not even the most dominating college basketball team in the country. According to the model used by Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight.com, Kentucky has a 53% chance to become champions, with Duke as the next most-likely team at just 22%. Show More Summary
This year's Final Four is loaded with stars who have dominated the college basketball season, but one who stands above the rest is Duke's Jahlil Okafor. According to 247Sports, the 6'11", 270-pound center was the No. 1 prospect in the 2014 class, and he has not disappointed in his first year at this level. Show More Summary
How we can make the declaration with John Wooden and his 10 titles out there.
We are down to four. Kentucky vs. Wisconsin. Duke vs. Michigan State. The final four teams are going to battle it out to be declared this year's champion. Stephen Nelson sits down with Bleacher Report College Basketball Analyst Jordan...Show More Summary
There are just three games left to play in the 2014-15 college basketball season, and that should make you sad. To make you happier, let's look at how fun the 64 we just experienced were. It's funny how after spending two weeks of being proven consistently wrong, we all still always think we've got the Final Four figured out. Show More Summary
The N.C.A.A.’s longstanding edict prohibits players from wearing any of the numerals 6, 7, 8 or 9 and is rooted in maintaining clarity in referees’ hand signals to the scorer’s table.
Need a college basketball fix during the wait for the Final Four? The NIT bracket features just four teams left standing and goes down Tuesday night. While it doesn't feature legendary coaches and future top-five NBA draft selections...Show More Summary
The price of admission to college basketball's premiere event is highest in five years of tracking
There are only three games remaining in the 2014-15 college basketball campaign, and each one figures to be better than the last. That's simply how the 2015 NCAA tournament has gone thus far. There have been very few letdowns in terms...Show More Summary
The head coaching job at Texas hasn’t been vacant for two whole days, but the search is already sending shockwaves throughout the college basketball landscape. Now, the top candidates for the gig had been rumored as successors even before...Show More Summary
The time has almost arrived to crown a new national champion in the world of college basketball. After another entertaining NCAA tournament run, there are now just four teams remaining. The selection committee did a solid job this year, as three No. Show More Summary
The Final Four starts on Saturday, which means it's time for us to dust off the microphones and do a little Deadcast, exploring the most hateable college basketball coaches to choose from. And it's such a deep, deep pool of candidates, really. Show More Summary
This is your last chance to watch mid-week college basketball until next season. The NIT semifinals tip off at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, and while it isn't quite the same as the Final Four beginning later in the week from Indianapolis,...Show More Summary
The longstanding edict is rooted in maintaining clarity in referees’ hand signals to the scorer’s table.
This is usually a happy time of year for college basketball, a chance for the game to take center stage with all eyes focused on March Madness.