Former Temple star and Chicago Bull Rick Brunson was indicted on Thursday on charges of attempted criminal sexual assault, criminal sexual abuse, aggravated battery and domestic battery stemming from his arrest last month following an encounter with a massage therapist, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Chad Frazier will not return to UAB this season after being charged in June with third-degree domestic violence for allegedly hitting a female "several times with his closed fist," a source told CBSSports.com early Tuesday.
Louisville forward Akoy Agau is expected to be sidelined for about six weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery on Tuesday morning in Philadelphia, Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino told CBSSports.com on Tuesday.
I sat down Tuesday with Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander to discuss some recent topics in college basketball. We talked about the Emmanuel Mudiay situation in great detail, then later got into the July Evaluation Period.
Emmanuel Mudiay will probably be just fine overseas. But the idea that he merely picked that over playing at SMU is silly because the two years he spent at Prime Prep Academy in Texas made it unlikely that he'd ever get through the NCAA's Eligibility Center, a source told CBSSports.com.
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.
Some folks like to scream that recruiting rankings don't mean anything, and, in some cases, I that might be true. But a top-10 recruiting ranking absolutely means something -- and what it means is that you're virtually guaranteed to leave college early and play in the NBA.
It's becoming increasingly unlikely that Doug Wojcik will survive Charleston's investigation into his alleged verbal abuse of players and ever coach another game for the Cougars, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Thursday.
John Calipari has more former players in the NBA. So does Roy Williams, Mike Kryzewski and Bill Self, just to name a few. But who is better than John Beilein at taking unheralded recruits and turning them into lottery picks? Answer: Probably nobody.