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Arizona State and Creighton will begin a home-and-home series, starting in 2015-16 with the Sun Devils visiting the Bluejays on Dec. 2. There will be a return game in Tempe, Ariz. during the 2016-17 season.
Yes, the Tar Heels lost J.P. Tokoto. But they could've theoretically lost four more legitimate prospects who decided to instead return to Chapel Hill.
One of the more inspiring stories in college basketball is undergoing a transition.
The second annual event, which kicks off the college hoops season, will be played on Nov. 13.
South Florida transfer Anthony Collins has committed to Texas A&M
Tyler Harvey was college basketball's leading scorer last season. How does that translate to the NBA? Here is a scouting profile on him.
Indiana standout Yogi Ferrell is expected to announce on Sunday that he's decided to return to school for his senior season, a source told CBSSports.com early Sunday.
Texas point guard Isaiah Taylor has decided to return for his junior season. He announced the decision on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday night.
The Ben Howland era at Mississippi State got off to a great start with Malik Newman's commitment. The new Bulldogs coach discusses how he nabbed the elite prospect.
The former UCLA coach secured a nation's top-ranked class before his final year with the Bruins. Now he's at Mississippi State and overcoming odds on the recruiting trail again.
Florida forward Chris Walker will declare for the NBA Draft, the school announced on Friday afternoon.
Guard Shannon Evans will join Bobby Hurley at Arizona State.
Providence point guard Kris Dunn will return to Providence for his junior season, the school announced on Friday afternoon.
Malik Newman is from Jackson, Miss. He picked the Bulldogs over Kansas, Kentucky and Ole Miss.
After losing four starters, Arizona should have a different kind of year next season. In fact, this will open the door for others to challenge for Pac-12 title.
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