Ohio State freshman JaQuan Lyle spoke with an NCAA investigator this week about his recruiting visit to Louisville in June 2013 and confirmed the gist of allegations involving paid escorts during his trip to the school. Is Rick Pitino's job in jeopardy?
Memphis senior Kedren Johnson is dealing with a shoulder injury that could require season-ending surgery, coach Josh Pastner told CBS Sports early Thursday. Johnson started 17 games last season and averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 assists.
After a fast start, Seton Hall slumped when the games mattered most last season. Pirates coach Kevin Willard tells CBS Sports Jon Rothstein the plan for making sure it doesn't happen again this season.
After missing most of last season for health reasons, Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin is set to return to the bench. Cronin talked with CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein about his emotions as he returns to the Bearcats.
Jon Solomon of CBS Sports discusses what may be next for college sports after the Ed O'Bannon ruling ended a judge's decision to allow schools to pay players $5,000 per year, but upheld that NCAA rules violate antitrust laws.
A year after Maryland coach Mark Turgeon was on the hot seat, the Terrapins may compete for a national championship. CBS Sports¿¿¿ Gary Parrish explains how Turgeon and the Terps reversed their fortunes and what their chances are of winning a title this season.
Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown will be suspended for games this season -- and his Mustangs are getting a postseason ban for this season -- because of an NCAA investigation that uncovered rules violations, a source confirmed to CBS Sports.
Harvard was dealt a tough blow when senior point guard Siyani Chambers went down with a season-ending knee injury in the offseason but coach Tommy Amaker is still optimistic the Crimson can make it to the Big Dance for the fifth consecutive season.
The school has hired an outside investigator after receiving an anonymous letter. The former assistant, Joe Ford, has acknowledged the relationship, the school said. But he insists it was not inappropriate.
Kentucky junior forward Marcus Lee appears ready for a breakout season and Dayton could be in real trouble with the suspension of one of its top players Jon Rothstein writes in his weekly collection of news and notes.
The Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office has already declined to press charges "due to insufficient evidence." Still, Pierre's future at Dayton remains uncertain -- even though he could theoretically play for the Flyers again in late December.
Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie discuss the possibilities for preseason National Player of the Year, Michigan State's recruiting class, the idea that coaches are being asked for extra benefits more often than usual on the recruiting trail these days, and more.
LSU freshman forward Ben Simmons, one of the top recruits to sign with LSU in years, talks with CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein about the upcoming season and how he's dealing with the pressure of leading the Tigers in his first year.
Gary Parrish Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie discuss Jim Boeheim's comments about the NCAA's punishment of Syracuse, the NCAA's investigation into San Diego State, why UConn was left off our list of the 15 programs best positioned to succeed over the next five years, and much, much more.
Memphis president Dr. David Rudd, 24 hours after announcing his school would honor former coach John Calipari this December, said Thursday there will be no celebration of Calipari at Memphis after all, which was an admitted response to a slew of criticism.
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie to discuss John Calipari's induction into the Naismith Hall of Fame, whether his vacated Final Fours should matter, which current coaches will also eventually enter the Hall of Fame and much more.
Fittingly, it's a man who was close personally and professionally to the late North Carolina coach, a legend in his own right, someone who was also considered -- like Smith -- to be a pioneer in college sports.
Duke landed its second top-15 national recruit from the Class of 2016 earlier this week. CBS Sports college basketball insider Gary Parrish explains why you can reasonably argue Duke is now out-recruiting Kentucky.
Gary Parrish is back with the Eye on College Basketball podcast. He's joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie. The three of them discuss the latest dismissal at Indiana, a Big East assistant leaving his job to become a math teacher, what really are the best three jobs in college basketball, and whether it's sexism, more than anything else, that'll prevent a men's coach from hiring a female as a full-time assistant.
SMU coach Larry Brown isn't too pleased that details of the NCAA investigation of the Mustangs have been made public, about the lack of respect of the AAC and don't get him started on the controversial end to last year's loss to UCLA in the NCAA Tournament. But one thing that does have Brown happy is SMU's team this season.
North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham announced Friday that the school has uncovered additional violations in women's basketball and men's soccer that will delay a resolution to UNC's case with the NCAA.
The Under Armour Elite 24 annually lures some of the best basketball prospects in the country to New York City each August. And that won't change this month. But Nike has, rather abruptly, created an event in the Bahamas to compete with Under Armour and try to draw attention and prospects away from its main competitor in grassroots basketball these days.