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Nearly perfect Garza scores 41, No. 5 Iowa routs Southern
Luka Garza expects perfection every time he shoots.
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No. 14 Texas Tech routs Sam Houston St to improve to 2-0
Mac McClung is already doing for No. 14 Texas Tech exactly what he told coach Chris Beard he would after transferring from Georgetown.
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No. 6 Kansas, behind Braun’s 30 points, tops Saint Joseph’s
Christian Braun scored 30 points and No. 6 Kansas pulled away from Saint Joseph's on Friday to win 94-72 in the Rocket Mortgage Fort Myers Tip-Off.
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Villanova’s Wright says Bubbleville could work for Big East
No. 3 Villanova is extending its stay in Connecticut's "Bubbleville" and coach Jay Wright says the Big East might want to look at the format for its tournament this season.
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Dosunmu scores 24 as No. 8 Illinois holds off Ohio 77-75
Ayo Dosunmu scored 24 points, Kofi Cockburn had 13 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 Illinois rallied to beat Ohio 77-75 on Friday.
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San Francisco stuns No. 4 Virginia
San Francisco shocked No. 4 Virginia on Friday, scoring the biggest upset of the young college basketball season and the program's biggest win in decades.
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Ramirez leads No. 14 Arkansas women past Wake Forest 98-82
Amber Ramirez scored 15 of her 22 points in the third quarter when No. 14 Arkansas took control en route to a 98-82 win over Wake Forest at the Gulf Coast Showcase on Friday.
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No. 3 Villanova beats No. 18 ASU 83-74 to win Empire Classic
Coming into this season, Villanova coach Jay Wright wondered who might replace Saddiq Bey as the Wildcats' go-to player.
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Simms, Clemson beat Purdue 81-70, win Space Coast Challenge
Aamir Simms scored 24 points, Nick Honor added 17 points and a career-high four steals and Clemson beat Purdue 81-70 on Thursday night to win the four-team Space Coast Challenge.
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Tabbs’ double-double helps BC beat Rhode Island 69-64
Wynston Tabbs had his first career double-double, Steffon Mitchell added 15 points and eight rebounds, and Boston College beat Rhode Island 69-64 on Thursday night at the 2K Empire Classic.
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Timme, Kispert lead No. 1 Gonzaga past Auburn 90-67
Drew Timme had 28 points and 10 rebounds, Corey Kispert scored 25 points and top-ranked Gonzaga cruised past Auburn 90-67 on Friday in the Rocket Mortgage Fort Myers Tip-Off.
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McGhee hits career-high 7 3s, Liberty beats Mississippi St
Darius McGhee scored 23 points and made a career-high seven 3-pointers, Elijah Cuffee added 17 points and five 3s, and Liberty set a program record with 19 makes from distance in an 84-73 victory over...
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Williams leads Auburn to 96-91 overtime win in opener
Jaylin Williams scored 18 points, including the tying basket in regulation and the go-ahead bucket in overtime, to lift a young Auburn squad to a 96-91 win over Saint Joseph's in a season opener Thursday.
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Culver powers No. 15 West Virginia past VCU in Sioux Falls
West Virginia missed its first 10 shots of the game. The Mountaineers still raced to a 13-0 lead over VCU.
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No. 1 Gonzaga defeats No. 6 Kansas 102-90; 3 Zags with 20+
Mark Few won his 600th game as the top-ranked Bulldogs opened their season with a 102-90 victory over No. 6 Kansas.
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Goodman on Marshall, Wichita State investigation
Jeff Goodman joins Brother From Another to detail the investigation on Gregg Marshall abusing players during his tenure at Wichita State.
Goodman: NCAA facing problems with COVID protocols
Jeff Goodman joins Michael Holley and Michael Smith to discuss how several NCAABK season openers have been canceled due to COVID-19, as well as how conferences are going about handling the virus.
Izzo: 'Sacrifice' imperative for safe NCAA season
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo joins Dan Patrick to discuss how the NCAA would be able to hold an upcoming basketball season, safety protocols and why players need to make sacrifices for a full, safe 2021...
Top Auburn recruit not yet declared eligible
Auburn's top recruit, point guard Sharife Cooper, hasn't been cleared to play by the NCAA.
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DePaul, St. Bonaventure pause activities
DePaul and St. Bonaventure are pausing all team activities following positive COVID-19 test results.
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Cornell’s Jimmy Boeheim puts name in transfer portal
Jimmy Boeheim, a senior forward at Cornell and the oldest son of Jim Boeheim, has placed his name in the NCAA transfer portal.
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Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall resigns after misconduct probe
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall resigned following an investigation into allegations of verbal and physical abuse.
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Ole Miss coach Kermit Davis tests positive
Mississippi basketball coach Kermit Davis has tested positive for COVID-19 and could be sidelined when the season starts.
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New Mexico State temporarily moving to Phoenix
New Mexico State will temporarily move to Phoenix due to coronavirus restrictions in its home state.
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NCAA in talks with Indianapolis to host all of March Madness
The NCAA announced it is in talks with the City of Indianapolis to be the solo host city of the 2021 men's college basketball tournament.
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Jim Boeheim tests positive for COVID-19
Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and the Orange have paused all team activities.
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Tom Izzo tests positive for COVID-19
Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Gonzaga begins season atop AP Top 25
Just about the only thing Gonzaga has left to accomplish under Mark Few is win a national championship.
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NCAA approves transfer Gach to play right away for Minnesota
Minnesota junior guard Both Gach was granted immediate eligibility Monday by the NCAA after he transferred from Utah.
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Louisville’s Malik Williams out 12 weeks
Louisville's Malik Williams will miss at least 12 weeks after reinjuring his right foot, an injury that sidelined him at the start of last season.
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UConn on hold after positive test
UConn has suspended all basketball activities after a player tested positive for COVID-19.
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Scheduling still chaotic as season approaches
The NCAA's announcement of a college basketball start date led to huge scramble as schools tried to fill out schedules altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Michigan’s Chaundee Brown granted eligibility after transfer
Michigan guard Chaundee Brown has been granted immediate eligibility following his transfer from Wake Forest.
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More than 30 colleges await CT ‘bubble’
The Mohegan Sun is completing plans to host more than 30 teams as it becomes a modified bubble for several early season tournaments.
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Penn State coach Pat Chambers resigns
Pat Chambers resigned as Penn State’s coach following an internal investigation by the school into allegations of inappropriate conduct.
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Wright leads Villanova through COVID-19
PHILADELPHIA — An avid sports fan, Villanova coach Jay Wright watched with interest how MLB muddled through its season to get to the World Series and college football and the NFL have been challenged to...
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Coaches scrambling to fill schedules
Six weeks before tipoff, teams are struggling to fill out schedules as the clock keeps ticking.
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A-10 commissioner: NCAA penalties against UMass unfortunate
The NCAA is stripping UMass of victories in men’s basketball for overpaying athletes in financial aid over three years.
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Wichita State investigating Gregg Marshall
Wichita State University is conducting an internal investigation into allegations that men's basketball coach Gregg Marshall mistreated players.
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Mountain West to begin conference schedule in December
The Mountain West Conference will play an 18-game basketball schedule, starting in late December.
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Goodman talks Marshall's behavior at Wichita State
Jeff Goodman discusses his recent story regarding Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall's alleged abuse of former and current players.
John Thompson remembered as builder of young lives
Former President Barack Obama remembered John Thompson not so much as a basketball coach but as someone who reshaped lives.
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Rutgers guard McConnell (back) to take medical redshirt
Rutgers guard Caleb McConnell is going to take a medical redshirt for the basketball season.
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Louisville challenges NCAA over recruiting allegations
Louisville refutes NCAA allegations in the wake of a federal corruption scandal and requests that the highest-level violation be reclassified.
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Bubbles brewing with season on horizon
With the coronavirus pandemic already forcing changes for college basketball, a bubble may be brewing in Indianapolis.
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Maui Invitational moving to North Carolina during pandemic
The Maui Invitational is moving to the mainland during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Burton eligible at Texas Tech after 2 seasons at Wichita State
Junior guard Jamarius Burton has been granted a waiver from the NCAA that makes him eligible to play this season for Texas Tech after starting 52 games the past two seasons for Wichita State.
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NCAA season set to open day before Thanksgiving
The NCAA men's and women's basketball season will begin on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving.
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UConn’s Tyrese Martin granted waiver to play this season
UConn swingman Tyrese Martin, who transferred from Rhode Island in April, has been granted a waiver that will allow him to play for the Huskies this season.
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John Calipari: 'We'll have a college season'
Kentucky head coach John Calipari expresses his confidence that a college basketball season will be happening, but he doesn't know what the NCAA Tournament will look like.