The daily news from around college basketball.
There's a lot of dunking here, and a lot of worthwhile news to spin through before you get to it.
Matt Norlander thinks OSU is the best program in Ohio, Dyshawn Pierre does something he shouldn't have, and is there a college basketball video game on the horizon?
A major blog breaks down Xavier's conference schedule, Marquette tries to bounce back, and Montrezl Harrell kicks car windows.
Trevon Bluiett poised for a breakout, John Calipari hilariously snubbed, and a Xavier opponent gets a little bit weaker.
A new academic center, a good TED Talk, and the NCAA screwing someone else.
A look at the hard to believe but completely real 24 hour college basketball tip-off marathon.
Guard your virtue around Norwood Teague, guard your wallet around Justin Moss, and guard the rules around Wichita State.
UK players "relieved" to lose, Chris Obepka moves closer to legalized weed, and more good publicity for the AdvoCare Invitational field.
A 13 year old commits, a current college player makes a stupid choice, and summer is winding down.
Donnie Tyndall cheated and destroyed evidence and college basketball video gaming may be on the way back. Those ideas are not related.
Punching women is never good, underage drinking is rarely good, and Andy Kennedy has some fun. Plus, how to follow Xavier players in the NBA Summer League.
CBS releases a genuinely stupid set of rankings and Coach K is just as awkward and occasionally creepy as you are.
Seton Hall is getting better while UC is thinking about maybe trying to score in the upcoming years.
The NCAA spends a small fortune on legal fees but gives Emmert a raise, and the impact of Bo Ryan.
Some Big East previews have come out, and Frank Martin is taking an admirable stand.
RaShid Gaston is officially a Musketeer and declaring underclassmen get a vital reprieve in the NBA Draft process.
Featuring Bob Huggins and Xavier fans agreeing and two big programs using Team USA to recruit
What is it like to suit up and play for your dad? That and a haircut that defies belief in today's news and notes.
This just in: athletes and large universities get a world of special treatment when they mess up.
Guess what? It's more programs cheating. Also, progress from the Baylor Bears.
A travel package to Orlando, a star player that Xavier stopped is now injured, an absurd contract extension, and LeBron James is doing something almost unbelievable.
Allen Iverson committed a basketball assassination, UNC cheated on a grand scale but won't be punished, and Mark Cuban flashes the cash.
We can spell Stainbrook, but the Lakers cannot. More players accused of assault make headlines, and Thad Matta won't schedule inside Ohio.
Hoiberg is gone, Nolan Smith has guns drawn on him, and there is apparently a National Bobblehead Museum.
Enjoy your holiday, such as it is.
The O'Bannons finally win their case and the incredibly broken game of of college basketball continues to rake in record numbers on both television and Las Vegas.
Out with the old, in with the new. The wheel of college hoops keeps turning.
"We're going to try our best to provide as much help to the guy guarding him on that area of the floor. The other thing is just keeping him off the boards, making sure he doesn't get three or four ...
Excited to officially announce my commitment to Xavier University ⚔️⚔️⚔️ pic.twitter.com/PIuh2xXZXC— BigKent (@TheReal_Bigk) September 25, 2016
Excited to officially announce my commitment to Xavier University ⚔️⚔️⚔️ pic.twitter.com/PIuh2xXZXC