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One of college basketball's rivalries that needs to be played every season for eternity.
But will the NCAA force Diallo to sit to start the season? That still remains to be seen.
The sophomore forward had a second off-the-court issue inside of a year. And Indiana officials just couldn't keep him without facing criticism that they're not doing enough to make their players understand they must be responsible.
Holt averaged 3.6 points and 3.0 rebounds for the Hoosiers last season.
This is one of the more interesting personnel changes to happen in college hoops at this point on the calendar.
Smith's story is one of the more amazing ones in sports. And now it's taken on another tough stage.
Gill-Caesar was a top-40 player coming out of high school.
Jordan Daniels, who has played at both Boston College and Drake, is still waiting to hear if the NCAA will give him another year of eligibility or actually count a couple of preseason scrimmages from three years ago as an entire year of eligibility.
The man who coached LeBron James in high school will soon lead the committee that could change the way college basketball is officiated.
DaJuan Coleman will not only be back for Syracuse, he'll be its most important piece as it tries to return to the NCAA Tournament.
Both Xavier and Hill's alma mater, Mount St. Joseph, will partake.
Two years in, no NCAA Tournament yet -- but Pitino's undoubtedly made big strides already.
The 2016 Big 12-SEC Challenge will be held on one day, on Jan. 30, with ten enticing non-conference matchups filling up the schedule.
We concluded our annual Candid Coaches series by asking coaches for a list of the top three college basketball jobs in the country. Kentucky, Duke and North Carolina ranked first, second and third.
Madison Jones was suspended indefinitely from team activities in March, then dismissed in August after being reinstated to the program.
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Which was the best coaching hire this offseason?
Rick Barnes (Tennessee)
Ben Howland (Mississippi State)
Shaka Smart (Texas)
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