The most improbable injury of the 2014-2015 college basketball season had nothing to do with a player, and the man who suffered it has no intention of letting it hold him down.
We all know Kentucky is the consensus favorite to continue their undefeated season and emerge victorious from the NCAA Tournament, but isn’t there still something to be said for superstition? A
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Dayton forward Dyshawn Pierre had a forgettable moment during the Flyers’ play-in game for the NCAA Tournament Wednesday against Boise State.
Eastern Washington head coach Jim Hayford is making me and others feel pretty good about picking them to upset Georgetown in their 4-13 matchup in the South Region of the NCAA Tournament.
North Florida head coach Matthew Driscoll helped his team achieve some national recognition on Wednesday night despite losing a play-in game to Robert Morris 81-77.
SMU basketball coach Larry Brown does not feel that people are overreacting about just how good Kentucky is this season.
Syracuse has officially begun the process of cleaning up its image in the wake of serious NCAA sanctions that were handed down against the men’s basketball program less than two weeks ago.