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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.
A beautiful batch of shots this week. Maybe the best of the season.
Some still need to clich berths, but Lousiana Tech, Iona, Murray State, Harvard and Stephen F. Austin could make noise in the NCAA Tournament.
The St. John's senior averaged 21.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 4.0 blocks and 2.5 steals while shooting 57.1 percent from the field in wins over Xavier and Georgetown.
Pittsburgh's loss at Wake Forest made room for BYU in the bracket
Texas gets another chance to add to its paltry top 50 win total tonight
As usual, the last Monday of the regular season is pretty light. However, there are two key matchups in the Big-12 that will be interesting to watch.
SMU's resume now features six losses. But only three of them are to teams ranked outside of the top 50 of the RPI.
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