The tremendous athlete and combo forward goes with Sparty over Kentucky.
Jeremiah Worthem has done all the work to graduate from junior college. But BYU won't release his grade from an online course so that he can graduate. And now the North Carolina Central student might need the NCAA to step in and help.
With SMU on top of everyone's mind, the Eye On College Basketball team debates whether or not active coaches should be eligible for the Hall of Fame.
Michigan State could be closing to landing Miles Bridges and Xavier's point guard situation is still a work in progress plus more news and notes.
With college football in full swing and with college basketball gearing up, the Eye on College Basketball staff decided that this week's Trifecta should discuss a combination of both sports. Which schools have the best combination of coaches in football and basketball?
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.
A foot injury has Michigan State sophomore forward out at least six weeks.
The 6-foot-2 point guard from Detroit is Michigan State's third top-45 recruit in the Class of 2016.
North Carolina, with UNC, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest and more, tops our list of which states have the top programs with a chance to succeed over the next five years.
The definitive atlas on the current state of college basketball. Fifty programs for 50 states.

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