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Blue Ribbon release college basketball preseason top 25, all-american teams

Blue Ribbon, the college basketball bible, has released their top 25 and preseason all-american awards, the first publication to do so as far as I know. Their top five — Arizona, Michigan State, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky — contains the same teams as my top five will, only in a different order. The only crazy ranking […]

Meet the college basketball coach with more recruiting heartbreak than anyone

Rick Stansbury once again lost a 5-star recruit in heartbreaking fashion. Mitchell Robinson put an end to college basketball’s most bizarre recruiting saga this week when he announced he would forgo his commitment to Western Kentucky...Show More Summary

Watch Bob Huggins give West Virginia basketball’s last scholarship to walk-on

One of college basketball’s most heartwarming traditions. How you know we’re getting closer to college basketball season: we’re at the part of the calendar where walk-ons are getting awarded scholarships. This happened at North Carolina...Show More Summary

MSU's Mark Hollis upset Detroit hoops tourney conflicts with Lions-Bears

Mark Hollis upset the Spartans' game with Oakland in the District Detroit College Basketball Showcase conflicts with the Lions-Bears game.        

Georgetown’s pathetic schedule is a symptom of larger, systemic issues in college basketball

The exploitation of college athletes comes to the forefront when talking about buy games and non-conference scheduling.

Jim Boeheim's son, Buddy, has committed to Syracuse

Boeheim says he will retire after chasing a national championship with his son College basketball is about to see its next father-son tandem form in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Sharpshooter Buddy Boeheim committed to Syracuse on Friday,...Show More Summary

Former Sports Illustrated writer Luke Winn hired by Raptors

The Toronto Raptors have hired Luke Winn as the club’s Director, Prospect Strategy. Winn joins the Raptors after working at Sports Illustrated for the past 15 years, most recently as a senior writer covering college basketball. Winn has reported on college hoops since the 2004-05 season, and has numerous international events. His work at SI included [...]

Successful plan sends Sikma to Hall of Fame

Successful plan sends Sikma to Hall of Fame: Fantastic feature article on about Jack Sikma’s election to the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.

Brad Nessler set to make debut on the SEC on CBS

Brad Nessler has been a sports broadcaster for almost three decades calling games in the NFL, college basketball and football. This season, he’s joining Gary Danielson in the booth for CBS Sports as part of the network’s SEC on CBS broadcast, replacing longtime broadcasting legend Verne Lundquist....

Letter to the World, by Scott Bittner

Scott Bittner is the Head Coach at Stockton University, and recently wrote a heartfelt piece on his Facebook account.  With his permission, I am posting this here on the Small College Basketball Blog.  I think that Scott shares an important message. Show More Summary

The top 25 NHL prospects to follow in college hockey next season

These college hockey stars could be making the leap to the NHL in the near future. College hockey operates a bit differently than football or basketball. In those sports, the top prospects get drafted out of college, which means players are older and further developed by the time they’re available. Show More Summary

Predicting where college basketball's must-get 5-star recruits will play

Cameron Reddish, R.J. Barrett, and the rest of the class of 2018 are getting ready to make their college choices. We have some predictions. The overall strength of the class of 2018 took a big hit when Marvin Bagley III made the decision to reclassify at Duke. Show More Summary

Candid Coaches: Who is the most powerful person in all of college basketball?

Duke's Mike Krzyzewski leads all vote-getters, which includes agents, administrators and a media member

In wake of devastation, Houston-area college basketball programs helping out

Rice, Houston Baptist, the University of Houston are facing challenges due to the historic flood

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