Tyson Waterman coached three former Southern Miss recruits at a prep school in South Carolina before joining Jay Ladner's staff at Southeastern Louisiana. His failure to cooperate with the NCAA's investigation into the Southern Miss program cost him his job, sources told CBSSports.com.
Ole Miss guard Stefan Moody was arrested for DUI this weekend, according to police records. Coach Andy Kennedy told CBSSports.com early Monday that he's "aware of the arrest" and still "gathering details."
The Hoosiers have some important pieces returning and could make a run at Maryland -- a possible national title contender. Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin will also be in the mix in what should be a competitive season in the Big Ten.
Georgetown coach John Thompson III talks about the Hoyas' talented sophomore class, the expectations of forward Isaac Copeland and the challenge of competing for a Big East Conference title this season.
The NCAA has concluded its investigation into the Southern Miss men's basketball program and is expected to send a notice of allegations to the school at some point in the next week, a source told CBSSports.com on Wednesday.
How will Kentucky cope with a tighter rotation? What impact will Ben Howland have in his first-year at Mississippi State? CBS Sports Network's Jon Rothstein answers these and other questions from the SEC.
Our Summer School series continues with a look at the SEC. And guess what? It's not just Kentucky. Our Matt Norlander forecasts an interesting and competitive outlook next season and beyond in this new-look major conference.
Yes, it's all rooted in work -- for coaches and media. And there are tremendous opportunities for prospects. But the wild stories produced by high-level recruiting in Las Vegas often overshadow everything else.
A federal judge has approved a $60 million video-game settlement involving the NCAA, Electronic Arts and Collegiate Licensing Company over the use of players' images and likenesses. Will these video games ever return?
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this edition of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss Duke's strong recruiting, Syracuse's commitment of Tyus Battle, Austin Nichols' transfer from Memphis, Kansas' win at the World University Games and more.
Syracuse has identified current assistant Mike Hopkins as the next head coach of the basketball team once Jim Boeheim steps down in 2018. Chip Patterson explains why it's not a surprise and the impact this has on the recruiting trail.
Amid an NCAA investigation that could potentially hinder one of the most storied programs in college basketball, the University of North Carolina has opted to extend Roy William's contract through the 2019-20 season.
While the university prepares its response to a potentially landmark investigation and punishment from the NCAA, the entity partly responsibile for helping fund the school with federal money just handed down its own harsh punishment.
A detailed report from the Chronicle of Higher Education lays out the possibility that Texas basketball had multiple players who were helped -- perhaps by impermissible means -- to keep their grades up during their time at the university.
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this edition of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss North Carolina's notice of allegations, John Calipari's back-and-forth with Dan Patrick, the Okafor-Towns debate and Iowa State's new head coach.