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UTEP's best recruit in the class of 2014 has failed to qualify and will instead head to junior college.
There are only eight schools that already have multiple top-60 commitments from the Class of 2015. They are Arizona, Duke, Florida, Louisville, Ohio State, Syracuse, UCLA and ... Auburn.
Auburn landed three commitments in the last four days and owned college basketball headlines for an entire weekend.
Abdul Shanun was believed to not know how to swim, and his kayak overturned on him off the coast of San Diego.
T.J. Dunans, who averaged 22.5 ppg, 8.2 rpg and 4.4 apg in junior college and is considered the nation's top JUCO guard, adds to Bruce Pearl's haul at Auburn.
Auburn has landed its second commitment in three days.
Hourly rates for O'Bannon lawyers range from $250 to $985, according to motion filed Friday.
The departure of so much top talent might be causing some to forget about SMU point guard Nic Moore, who should have a breakout season. Also, Bruce Pearl can finally talk to recruits at Auburn.
Chicago attorney Jay Edelson files his objection to the $75 million concussion settlement announced on July 29.
LeVelle Moton has agreed in principle to an eight-year contract extension with North Carolina Central, a source told CBSSports.com on Friday. The deal is worth a total of $2 million.
Aaron Brown will be going from Conference USA to the ACC
First-year Auburn coach Bruce Pearl's three-year show-cause penalty with the NCAA expires Sunday. He'll be hosting recruits -- like Class of 2015 standout Horace Spencer -- on campus literally the first minute he's allowed to do so.
Bruce Pearl is able to recruit beginning on Sunday -- and Auburn and its head coach are hitting the ground running.
The Texas coach made the Round of 32 last season and is primed for a big year ahead.
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If you could pick any Division I player and put him on your favorite team this season, who would you pick?
Sam Dekker (Wisconsin)
Montrezl Harrell (Louisville)
Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin)
Jahlil Okafor (Duke)
Marcus Paige (North Carolina)
Fred VanVleet (Wichita State)
Total Votes: 879