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New Mexico senior Hugh Greenwood has become such an inspiration for Lobos fans, even the governor of that state is now ponying up for Pink Pack.
Oral arguments in NCAA's appeal of O'Bannon are set for March 17. Kessler wants to file a brief supporting O'Bannon; NCAA opposes the brief.
Stanford freshman Reid Travis will return to action Wednesday night at Washington, coach Johnny Dawkins said.
Louisville, Gonzaga and Wichita State have great guard tandems, but Stanford's Chasson Randle and Anthony Brown should be in the conversation of the nation's best duos.
Mike Anderson's Razorbacks have won three straight and are now 5-2 in the SEC. They're 4-2 against top-50 RPI teams with zero losses outside of the top 100.
Two of the best offensive teams in the country face off in an ACC showdown, and Kansas goes on the road.
The Wolverines have played well despite a litany of challenges. It's a testament to John Beilein's coaching -- but it may be too much to overcome.
There were good wins for West Virginia and Michigan, and a bad loss for Georgetown in Tuesday night's college basketball slate.
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.
The diminutive point guard at Charleston Southern has scored at least 30 points in four consecutive games. No other Division I player has done that this season.
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January 28, 2015
Men of March: Jay Wright (1:51)