Providence's Kris Dunn, Oklahoma's Buddy Hield, LSU's Ben Simmons, Gonzaga's Kyle Wiltjer and Kentucky's Skal Labissiere headline the CBS Sports Preseason All-America teams.
Meet Mark Turgeon, the man who escaped the clutches of the hot seat to turn Maryland into the country's potential No. 1 team.
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.
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.
Earlier this week, the Eye on College Basketball staff voted on who we thought would be the most successful programs in all of college hoops. In order to further that discussion and explain some of their choices, they got together and explained some of their choices.
With the start of the college basketball season now 59 days away, it's time for the 2016 NBA Draft season to kick off. Within this post, you will find the top 150 players that Sam Vecenie is looking forward to seeing this coming season.
You can make an argument for Kentucky, Kansas or even Arizona. But if the question is which program is best positioned to succeed over the next five years, the answer is the Duke Blue Devils according to our program rankings.
In this week's mailbag, Sam Vecenie answers who his pick is for the best starting five in America, and also discusses the keys to a successful season for Arizona.
Pitt transfer Josh Newkirk has committed to Indiana, his father told CBS Sports on Sunday.
The biggest teams: Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, Kansas, Michigan State. The list goes on. They're all playing in something major in college hoops this November.

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