All things college basketball by Eye on College Basketball writers Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie.
Cornell transfer Shonn Miller has committed to Connecticut. Since he already graduated, Miller, he is eligible to play next season.
Hammons cited the desire to get his degree as well as feedback from NBA advisory committee as reasons for his return.
Illinois has added a big man for next season, getting a commitment from Charlotte graduate transfer Mike Thorne.
It'll be an eight-team field, a tournament that's pushing off its start date in an effort to lure in the best programs possible; to compete with Maui and the Battle 4 Atlantis, the two sexiest November exempt tourneys currently going.
The Rebels beat out Kentucky, Arizona and UCLA -- among others -- for his services.
Even though Arizona lost many of its stars, don't expect a letdown. Kadeem Allen, coming off a red-shirt as a JUCO player of the year, is a perfect fit for Sean Miller's Wildcats.
Oakland has become the latest school to implement an innovative design to its basketball court in the pursuit of standing out amid a throng of 350 other D-I teams.
Yet another early entry. We may break the record for most early entries.
Miami assistant Michael Huger has reached an agreement on a six-year deal to become Bowling Green's next head coach, a source told on Wednesday.
Arkansas wing Michael Qualls has decided to forgo his senior season in Fayetteville to turn professional, according to a tweet he sent out on Wednesday.

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