The latest mock from Gary Parrish has some changes in the lottery
This development means every Division I job is now filled
The Buckeyes hired Holtmann to replace Thad Matt earlier this month
A Mizzou freshman is in trouble and coach Cuonzo Martin says the matter will be handled 'internally'
Once again, we're reminded, ignorance is no excuse
The Cardinals will not be banned from future NCAA Tournaments but the 2013 title is in jeopardy
That new commercial with KD is a bit of revisionist history
Jordan, a former Butler player and assistant, will replace Chris Holtmann, who left for Ohio State
Chris Holtmann’s rapid rise to Ohio State’s coach is truly remarkable
Holtmann led Butler to each of the past three NCAA Tournaments
Holtmann has led Butler to the past three NCAA Tournaments
OSU is still trying to replace Thad Matta, who was removed Monday
UK coach John Calipari will coach the team that will play in Egypt
In search for Thad Matta's replacement, AD reportedly wants coach in place 'before the weekend'
Sacramento could use a wing who could shoot
Gary Parrish is an award-winning college basketball columnist and television analyst for CBS Sports who also hosts the highest-rated afternoon drive radio show in Memphis, where he lives with his wife and sons. He's been with CBS Sports since 2006. He previously worked at The Commercial Appeal and was responsible for breaking one of the biggest recruiting scandals in NCAA history -- specifically that an Alabama booster paid a high school coach $150,000 to secure the services of a five-star prospect. Parrish's initial story launched an NCAA and federal investigation that resulted in Alabama landing on probation and three men being convicted of federal crimes.