Here is the latest Eye on College Basketball podcast
These teams were once major players, but can they ever get back to the top?
Freshman center Omari Spellman was ruled academically ineligible by the NCAA
Teams that made it to the Big Dance last year, but may have some trouble getting back
The former SMU coach will soon meet with the athletic director at East Hampton High in New York
Ethan Thompson is the son of Oregon State assistant Stephen Thompson
Caldwell was the No. 65 prospect in the Class of 2016, according to 247Sports
South Carolina is eligible to host NCAA events again now that the Confederate flag no longer flies
Jaren Jackson picked Michigan State over Purdue, Indiana, Maryland, Illinois and others
North Carolina's controversial HB2 bill is costing the state big sporting events
Dewan Huell found his ex-girlfriend in a closet with another man and attacked the man, according to a police report
The Blue Devils have at least two players who could be top-five picks in the 2017 NBA Draft
Moving championships puts pressure on the state to eradicate or amend the discriminatory bill
Howland has secured commitments from nine top-120 prospects in 18 months since taking over in Starkville
The Gators won the national championship in men's basketball in both 2006 and 2007
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.