College basketball's Associated Press Poll went relatively unchanged this week, given that most of the teams involved played cupcakes and took care of business. There was one exception to that though, as Wisconsin failed to defeat Western Illinois and as a result, fell from the ranks of the AP Poll.
The No. 1 North Carolina Tar Heels were one of the few Top-25 teams who didn't schedule a cupcake as their opening game. And after beating Temple handily 91-67, the Heels have been rewarded by the coaches poll.
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.
Katina Powell -- the self-described former escort who published a book detailing parties for Louisville basketball players and recruits that featured dancers and prostitutes -- has agreed to meet with NCAA investigators for the first time next week, a source confirmed to CBS Sports.