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  1. Monmouth receives good news regarding two newcomers

    Aug 21, 2013, 7:25 PM EST

    Monmouth v Notre Dame

    The 2012-13 season was a tough one for King Rice’s Monmouth Hawks, as they finished the season with an overall record of 10-21. And at 5-13 in the Northeast Conference, the Hawks didn’t qualify for the NEC tournament after dropping their final four regular season games. Tough way to say farewell to the NEC, as…

  2. Foot surgery could sideline Oklahoma guard Je’lon Hornbeak 6-8 weeks

    Aug 21, 2013, 6:12 PM EST

    Oklahoma v San Diego State

    Prior to Oklahoma’s summer trip to Europe it was announced that sophomore guard Buddy Hield would not play due to an issue with his right foot. A flare-up in the foot, which Hield injured back in February, led to head coach Lon Kruger and his staff deciding to hold Hield out of game action as…

  3. West Coast Conference announces 2013-14 conference schedule

    Aug 21, 2013, 5:23 PM EST

    Portland v Gonzaga

    The 2012-13 season was one of great accomplishment for the West Coast Conference. Sure many will remember the fact that Gonzaga was knocked off by Wichita State in the NCAA tournament, but the fact remains that the Bulldogs were at one point ranked number one in the country and also earned the first one-seed in…

  4. NCAA requests that O’Bannon lawsuit be delayed 15 months

    Aug 21, 2013, 3:50 PM EST

    Mark Emmert

    This summer hasn’t been an especially kind one to the NCAA in the court of public opinion, especially when it comes to the way in which current (and former players) are used by the organization. A look into the Johnny Manziel case resulted in the discovery that the NCAA’s official online store did link individual…

  5. Report: Former Rutgers wing Vincent Garrett eligible immediately at UWGB

    Aug 21, 2013, 2:33 PM EST


    For the second time this offseason, a player that transferred out of Rutgers after the Mike Rice scandal broke has been granted a waiver to be eligible immediately by the NCAA. This time it’s Vincent Garrett, according to a report from Jeff Goodman of Garrett is a 6-foot-5 wing that saw action in just…

  6. St. Louis completes coaching staff by adding Calbert Cheaney

    Aug 21, 2013, 2:16 PM EST


    Calbert Cheaney spent the past two years working as the Director of Basketball Operations for Indiana, the University where he was made three straight all-america teams before launching on a 13-year NBA career. But Cheaney, a Hoosier legend, has moved on, accepting a job with St. Louis as the third assistant coach on Jim Crews’…

  7. The key to Syracuse’s back court: a consistent jump shooter?

    Aug 21, 2013, 1:13 PM EST

    Montana v Syracuse

    Syracuse will likely enter the 2013-2014 season somewhere around the top 10 of most preseason polls, which is a fair assessment. Losing Michael Carter-Williams, Brandon Triche and James Southerland hurts, but there is talent coming back — CJ Fair, the uber-promising Jerami Grant, the reportedly-in-shape DaJuan Coleman — and even more joining the program —…

  8. Former Richmond walk-on another example of the problems with amateurism

    Aug 21, 2013, 12:06 PM EST

    NCAA Men's Final Four - Practice

    Do you know what the foundation for amateurism is? Where it all started? Back in the 1800s England’s uptight upper-class was quite competitive when it came to the sports that England’s uptight upper-class played in those days. As those sports became a bigger deal, men that worked as manual laborers and in factories wanted to compete.…

  9. Wake Forest’s Daniel Green suffers setback in his right knee

    Aug 21, 2013, 11:24 AM EST


    Daniel Green, who missed all of the 2012-2013 season after tearing the ACL in his right knee, will be out indefinitely after suffering a setback to the knee, Wake Forest announced in a release. Green suffered the injury in mid-July and underwent surgery last week. “Unfortunately Daniel’s latest setback required another surgery,” said Wake Forest…

  10. Dez Wells’ lawsuit, Michael Dixon, and Jesse Morgan’s fail attempt at a waiver

    Aug 21, 2013, 10:00 AM EST

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    Big news broke late on Tuesday night as word spread of a lawsuit that Maryland guard Dez Wells filed against his old school, Xavier, as a result of his expulsion stemming from a sexual assault allegation. The NCAA ruled that Wells was allowed to be eligible at Maryland immediately despite the fact that he was…

  11. Washington State cheerleader hits back flip shot (VIDEO)

    Aug 21, 2013, 9:00 AM EST

    WSU shot

    Washington State may have finished last in the Pac-12 this past season, but the Cougars shot the ball well from deep; third as a team during conference play. It appears the 3-point shooting skills is limited to the basketball team. This unknown cheerleader in the video above showed his shooting stroke from behind the arc…

  12. Report: Dez Wells files lawsuit against Xavier in federal court

    Aug 20, 2013, 11:39 PM EST

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    Maryland guard Dez Wells has filed a lawsuit against Xavier, his former school, and the school’s president, Father Michael Graham, in federal court seeking damages for what Wells alleges was a wrongful expulsion last summer. The lawsuit was first reported by Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports. According to Wetzel, Wells alleges in the suit that…

  13. Report: Oliver Antigua will join Seton Hall coaching staff

    Aug 20, 2013, 10:15 PM EST

    Oliver Antigua

    Seton Hall has added to its coaching staff with Manhattan assistant coach and former St. Raymond High School (N.Y.) head coach Oliver Antigua. The deal will be come official on September 1, according to CBS Sports Network Insider Jon Rothstein. Oliver Antigua is a done deal to join Kevin Willard’s staff at Seton Hall, per multiple sources.…

  14. Former Maryland commit Sam Cassell Jr. visiting Missouri, Marquette in September

    Aug 20, 2013, 9:00 PM EST


    Sam Cassell Jr., son of the 15-year NBA veteran point guard, is once again trying to get into the Division I ranks, after being ruled ineligible by the NCAA last year. Cassell Jr. has scheduled visits for Marquette and Missouri in September, according to He will be in Columbia, Mo. from Sept. 7-9, and…

  15. Kobe Bryant was leaning toward North Carolina, not Duke

    Aug 20, 2013, 7:15 PM EST


    Kobe Bryant never played college ball. He was able to go straight from Lower Merion High School (Pa.) to the NBA, and after 15 All-Star Game appearances, a league’s Most Valuable Player award, five NBA championships and hundreds of millions he’s made over his time in the pros, the decision to skip over his collegiate…

  16. Four-star 2014 center Goodluck Okonoboh cuts list to five

    Aug 20, 2013, 6:00 PM EST

    One of the nation’s top defensive players is one step closer to make a college choice. On Tuesday, Wilbraham & Monson Academy (Mass.) center Goodluck Okonoboh narrowed his list of offers to (in no order) Duke, Florida, Indiana, Ohio State and UNLV. ESPN’s Adam FInkelstein first reported the news, followed by Okonoboh, who confirmed the…

  17. Texas forward Ioannis Papapetrou signs with Olympiacos B.C.

    Aug 20, 2013, 4:35 PM EST

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    Texas freshman forward Ioannis Papapetrou averaged 8.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game this past season in Austin. Now the Athens native is taking his talents back overseas, signing with the Euroleague champion, Olympiacos B.C. This report came from a tweet from on Tuesday afternoon. Back in July, the two-time defending Euroleague champions offered a five-year contract…

  18. Report: TCU’s Devonta Abron tears Achilles, out for season

    Aug 20, 2013, 3:45 PM EST

    Devonta Abron

    TCU rising junior forward Devonta Abron’s 2013-2014 season is over before it began. On Tuesday, TCU head coach Trent Johnson informed ESPN Insider Jeff Goodman that Abron had torn his Achilles in the team’s final game of the Horned Frogs trip in Canada. Johnson told ESPN that recovery for this season-ending injury is about five…

  19. Report: Current Prime Prep players aren’t clear of the NCAA yet

    Aug 20, 2013, 2:29 PM EST


    Buried in Jeff Goodman’s latest post on his Insider blog over at is an interesting note about Prime Prep, the Texas charter school that was launched by Deion Sanders last year. If you remember, two Prime Prep products in the Class of 2013 — LSU’s Jordan Mickey and TCU’s Karviar Shepard — were initially…

  20. SEC releases their full conference schedule

    Aug 20, 2013, 2:08 PM EST


    On Tuesday afternoon, the SEC released their full conference schedule, which can be seen here. The highlights? Feb. 15th, when Florida heads to Kentucky to take on the Wildcats, and March 8th, when Kentucky makes a return trip to Gainesville. Unfortunately, Tennessee only plays Kentucky once this season, visiting Rupp on Jan. 18th, and Kentucky only…