FBI investigation suggests Quinerly received improper benefits from a Wildcats assistant coach
Please don't start with the 'Being preseason No. 1 didn't work out so well for Duke last season!' talk
The seats of the winners who cut corners are hotter than the guys who do it right.
Williams, the No. 21 prospect in the nation, had offers from Duke, Kansas, Miami and Louisville
It's difficult to imagine an athletic director giving the Hall of Famer another chance
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander explain how and why UNC escaped penalty
Oct. 13, 2017, will go down as an embarrassing day for the governing body
The 'Albert Means Scandal' suggests their argument will not work
Former Oklahoma State University assistant Lamont Evans was fired after his arrest last month
Arizona's Book Richardson, USC's Tony Bland and Auburn's Chuck Person were released on $100,000 bonds
The Cardinals can look at Penn State's football program to see how to rebound from an ugly scandal
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss the latest at Arizona -- plus Rick Pitino, LaMelo Ball
Removing LaMelo Ball from high school is the type of thing that could backfire
How far did Louisville fall in our early preseason rankings?
The Hall of Fame coach has denied any wrongdoing
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.