The Wooden Award has released its Midseason Top-25 List for the 2015-16 season, and largely it features many of the names that you would expect, including Buddy Hield, Kris Dunn, Ben Simmons and Denzel Valentine.
College football has finally ended, which means it's time for fans of amateur sports to turn their attention to basketball. And given that there are plenty of fans who tend not to fully tune into college hoops until football ends, that means it's the perfect time to give you an update on where the game stands midway through the season. That's where the CBS Sports Top-100 (and One) comes in.
Kansas and Oklahoma were No. 1 and No. 2 in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one) on Monday morning. Then they played a triple-overtime thriller that Kansas ultimately won 109-106 late Monday night. And there's absolutely no reason to change the top two spots. So Kansas is still No. 1. And Oklahoma is still No. 2.
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss Oakland's Kay Felder (and his great performance against top-ranked Michigan State), this weekend's Louisville-Kentucky game, the state of the Wildcats, the idea behind #LastCallForDrunkBets, Parrish's debut appearance on The Weather Channel, etc.
San Diego State has a big opportunity tonight when the Aztecs host No. 2 Kansas, Cincinnati's matchup with Iowa State is a great contrast in styles plus more news and notes from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.