nb游戏平台The NCAA's Division I council is doing right by the athletes. The council granted them an extra season of eligibility to spring athletes whose seasons were canceled due to the coronavirus but here are the guidelines.
Reflecting on his one shining NCAA Tournament moment 25 years later, former UCLA star Tyus Edney is still tickled. "I told someone it feels like it was maybe 10 years ago,” he told Yardbarker's Jon Gold.
nb游戏平台It's truly one of the best times of the year for a sports fan, and over time there have been plenty of unforgettable plays, shots and victories from a tournament that seems to make time stop for those involved and those watching.
nb游戏平台As we get ready for the 2020 NCAA Tournament, Kansas continues to extend the record for the longest consecutive streak of Big Dance invites. Where do the Jayhawks stack up? Here's a look at the teams with most consecutive tournament bids.
nb游戏平台 By now college basketball fans should have a good idea about who the true superstars are this season. But what about those under-the-radar guys? These are the stars in their own right who might not be receiving the due they deserve.
To fine-tune the list of all the great college basketball players in history down to the 50 greatest is a difficult task. Some players exploded onto the scene and then bolted for NBA riches, while others had a three- or four-year dominant career.
Behind every great college basketball coach — or at least a really good one, there is an important assistant. Whether an elite recruiter, a top-notch scout or a tireless strategist who seems born to be a head coach, these guys tend to prove invaluable to their programs without receiving much fanfare.
We will attempt to wade through all the great talent of the past decade and pick the players to fill our 13 allotted spots to form our All-Decade team. The list includes two No. 1 overall picks and eight Naismith Award winners. Enjoy!
There might not be a better experience for a sports fan than catching a college basketball game at a campus arena. Regardless of the team, the atmosphere has the potential to be electric, especially if the matchup is right.
nb游戏平台First-year players can make an impact, and as far as we’re concerned, these freshmen — whether they were one-and-done or completed their four years of eligibility — were plenty ready from the moment they stepped on campus.
nb游戏平台After playing a part-time role as a freshman, Nesmith was in the midst of a breakout sophomore year in 2019-20 before a stress fracture in his right foot brought his season to an early end in January.
nb游戏平台 With the 2019-20 men's college basketball regular season concluded, we dig into the excitement of tournament time, and conference award season. There's perhaps no bigger anticipation than who will eventually be named the national Player of the Year.