Syracuse gets a very nice win for itself. And hey, these teams need to play every year ... and it seems like that is in the cards!
Hope you'll be in front of a television on Thanksgiving, because there are plenty of new early season tournaments beginning.
The NCAA has announced that it has decreased the scholarship penalty that it enforced on Syracuse back in March. However, the school still must vacate wins and coach Jim Boeheim's appeal is still pending.
Wednesday will crown a champion in Maui and kick off the Battle 4 Atlantis, the two strongest early season conference tournaments.
The Miami Hurricanes are the only team in the country that already owns two wins over teams that were ranked in the preseason AP poll. They beat Utah by 24 points. They beat Butler by 10 points.
Miami is becoming a player in recruiting, Kentucky has a productive 24 hours, plus other news and notes from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.
Indiana coach Tom Crean has heard the critics since he arrived in Bloomington, but he's not listening to them.
CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein talks with NCAA President Mark Emmert about issues including the power of student athletes after the protest from the Missouri Tigers, and the NCAA scandals regarding SMU, Syracuse, and Louisville.
From Friday's openers to when the last strand of the net is cut down in Houston, site of this season's the Final Four, Gary Parrish has 68 things that has him excited about the upcoming college basketball season.
Every year, there are players who exceed expectations and players who just don't quite live up to them, and 2014-15 was no exception. However, there's plenty of time for them to turn it around, so here are 10 guys I expect to bounce back from trying 2014-15 seasons.

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