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?
Randy Kennedy, Andy Kennedy's alter ego, is back.
The 2016 Big 12-SEC Challenge will be held on one day, on Jan. 30, with ten enticing non-conference matchups filling up the schedule.
John Groce has already lost his starting point guard for the season to an injury. And the status of a talented forward is up in the air because of an arrest last week during Illinois' trip to France.
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.
According to coaches we spoke with, Providence's Kris Dunn is the player they'd rather have on their roster over any other. The 6-foot-4 point guard averaged 15.6 points, 7.5 assists and 5.5 rebounds last season.
Ole Miss guard Stefan Moody was arrested for DUI this weekend, according to police records. Coach Andy Kennedy told CBSSports.com early Monday that he's "aware of the arrest" and still "gathering details."
The No. 1 incoming freshman, a couple of big-time coaches enter the fray, and of course there's always Kentucky. See why the SEC has us stoked for the season ahead.
How will Kentucky cope with a tighter rotation? What impact will Ben Howland have in his first-year at Mississippi State? CBS Sports Network's Jon Rothstein answers these and other questions from the SEC.
NCAA Tournament hopefuls Virginia, Seton Hall, Oklahoma State and Ole Miss will play first-round matchups Nov. 19.

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