UPDATED: June 6th, 2018
From now to the start of next season, we will have you up-to-date with each coaching hiring and firing at every program across the country! Below is the most updated list of coaching changes in this year's "Coaching Carousel" !
#6 Houston Cougars v.s. #11 San Diego State Aztecs
Thursday (3/15) 7:20p EST, TBS
The 6-11 match-up always has been an interesting matchup to watch during the first weekend of the tournament. 11-seeds are always a threat to pull off an upset in the first weekend, and for the first time,
#4 Wichita State vs. #13 Marshall
San Diego, CA
Friday, March 16, 2018 (1:30 PM ET, TNT)
Wichita State (25-7, 14-4 AAC)
Player to Watch: Landry Shamet: 15.0 PPG, 5.1 APG, 3.2 RPG
Despite his team's recent struggles, Shamet has been playing at a high level and is the reason Wichita State is such a dangerous
UConn and Kevin Ollie have parted ways; the school announced Saturday morning.
The Huskies went 14-18 this season and 7-11 in AAC play. In five years at UConn, Ollie was 127-79, including a national championship in 2014.
“The University of Connecticut has initiated disciplinary procedures to terminate the employment of Head Men’s
On Thursday afternoon, the 2017-18 season for the UConn Huskies ended not with a bang, but a sad, sad whimper. The Huskies trailed by nineteen at the half against an SMU team missing its best player and multiple key reserves due to injury. A half-hearted second half rally at one
Leading source: Yahoo Sports
Alabama: Freshman Collin Sexton reportedly among players/families of players who met with or had meals with former ASM employee Christian Dawkins
Arizona: FBI wiretaps caught head coach Sean Miller and Christian Dawkins discussing $100K payment to ensure freshman DeAndre Ayton went to the school
Auburn: Personnel/former personnel
Late Thursday night, on the heels of their best win this season, news broke via Jeff Jacobs of Hearst Connecticut Media that the UConn Huskies men’s basketball team was under investigation by the NCAA for potential recruiting violations. This striking news puts even more damper on what has already been
No. 18 Arizona (9-3) seems to have gotten back on track after a rocky start to the season. The Huskies (7-3) could use a quality road win to bolster their murky hopes. Will they get it Thursday night in Tucson?
Kevin Ollie is coaching for his professional life. There’s no point
Well, so much for last week being slow. A multitude of ranked teams fell on Saturday, creating hysteria for our voters. It seems that after finals, some of our ranked teams came out flat. Several of these games ended in dramatic fashion, such as Indiana’s upset win over Notre Dame
Bedlam. That was last week. Five of our top ten teams lost. Some in games you wouldn’t predict in a million years. It’s clear that Christmas came early for college basketball fans, as chaos dominated. We had Florida get trounced by their rival then inexplicably lose to a mid-major. Kansas
It’s a rivalry game in the Big Apple! Connecticut (6-2) meets Syracuse (6-1) in a clash of old Big East titans. The game is the nightcap of the Jimmy V Classic to benefit cancer research.
There’s something special about New York City. The streets of Manhattan bring out the best
Pregame: TCU Horned Frogs vs. SMU Mustangs
Tuesday, December 6th, 7:00 PM ET, Fox Sports Southwest
The TCU Horned Frogs are off to an 8-0 start for the second year in a row, but lost to rival SMU last year to end their unbeaten run. However, this year SMU comes to Schollmaier
Oftentimes, the couple weeks following Thanksgiving can be a slow period in college basketball. The high competition of the early-season tournaments can have some teams looking for reprieve in smaller opponents. Finals are coming up, too, which means teams will usually go at least a week without contesting a game.
Last week, the college basketball year truly began, thanks to the Champions’ Classic. Those two battles brought us high-level competition just days into the season. In addition, a couple other ranked teams also saw themselves get beat, or nearly. This includes Northwestern and USC, one of which clung to a
The first weekend is in the past. As per the usual, there wasn’t a ton of drama. Most teams played schools from lower conferences, which served as punching bags and measuring sticks. Though some teams struggled to work through growing pains, such as Kentucky, there shouldn’t be a lot of
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The programs are ready, the courts are so shiny, the fans ready to cheer! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” If you aren’t in the College Basketball season spirit, then what are you doing? It has been 7 months since