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Mark Few may have the deepest backcourt in college basketball in 2014-15, and keep an eye on Xavier Rathan-Mayes at Florida State.
Fourteen current and former college football and men's and women's basketball players file their consolidated lawsuit against the NCAA and 11 Division I conferences. O'Bannon case will play a role.
The Delta Devils make it official: all D-I spots have been filled. Yes, it took until July.
Terry Rozier and Georges Niang are two of the main players at the LeBron James Skills Academy that need to change their roles next season.
The rhetoric returns as O'Bannon plaintiffs file their reply to the NCAA's post-trial conclusions. Plaintiffs include TV contract excerpts from SEC and Big 12.
Memphis could soon have a commitment from an elite 2016 prospect -- if Josh Pastner hires his father.
Why has the SEC been down in men's basketball recently? That's not a simple question to answer. But one reason is because two of the league's historically strong programs have been down, and when that changes so will the perception of the conference.
With just six weeks until school starts, Montaque Gill-Caesar is still weighing if he wants to enter college a year early.
This is ... big ... news for the Tar Heels.
"Arch Madness" will continue as is, and there's a good reason why.