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Gary Parrish is happy Murray State got ranked. But that won't stop him from putting a Murray State fan in his place.
Seven player were ejected after a bench-clearing brawl in Texas' overtime win against Baylor.
So here's a really fun fact: March Madness begins on Tuesday.
(Gambling is a huge part of sports these days, and degenerate drunks are forever looking for a late situation to get them back to even. Gary Parrish is here to help. Every night, by 8:30 ET, he'll post a prediction for a college basketball game scheduled to tip no earlier than 9:00 ET. Then you can bet it and get rich. This is #LastCallForDrunkBets.)
Sykes is the first player to repeat as winner of the award since 2001.
Gators coach Billy Donovan said he doesn't anticipate guard Michael Frazier II being able to play in Tuesday's game against Texas A&M.
Duke's student newspaper reported that junior guard Rasheed Sulaimon was dismissed from the team six days after the school's deputy athletic director met with a student regarding sexual assault allegations against Sulaimon.
Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie discuss the likelihood that Kansas will backdoor its way into a Big 12 title, the predictability of this season, BYU's resume, KSU's resume, the Cliff Alexander situation, Wichita State-Northern Iowa, top seeds, Kentucky, etc. on this edition of the Eye on College Basketball podcast.
We've got a lot of movement in the first poll of the best month of the year.
The ACC, Big Ten and SEC have multiple nominees.
NCAA wants a lawsuit filed by two former North Carolina athletes moved from state to federal court.
Kentucky is still your unanimous No. 1, but there has been a slight shake-up through the top of the poll and at the bottom.
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said he is unsure if guard Traevon Jackson will be available to play in the Big Ten Tournament.
Sam Vecenie released a mock draft last week. Here is the accompanying big board update that goes with it.
An MRI on Maryland center Michal Cekovsky's left knee revealed no structural damage.
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