College Basketball

UConn Women's 2015-16 Non-Conference ScheduleThe University of Connecticut women's basketball team has released its non-conference schedule for the 2015-16 season.
Guide To March Madness' Final FourA quick start travel guide to help prepare you for your trip to the Final Four in Indianapolis.
Jon Rothstein: Here Comes Selection SundayWe're just days from Selection Sunday and it's looking more and more like the Wildcats and Badgers will be in the same region in the NCAA Tournament. We discuss that plus Murray State's heartbreaking loss, Davidson's rise, in addition to a visit from Iowa State's Fred Hoiberg.
Five Things: First Teams Clinch NCAA Tournament BidsIt’s the most exciting time of year for college basketball fans. Some of the smaller conferences have wrapped up their tournaments, while the bigger leagues’ are set to begin.
Valparaiso Forward Alec Peters Shines In Regular Season FinaleAlec Peters is not just a scorer. The 6’9” forward proved that in the first half of Valparaiso’s regular season finale against Cleveland State, passing out of double teams and attempting just two shots.
Five Things: Wichita, Arizona Win Big GamesSaturday’s slate was incredible, and some of the biggest and best games are recapped below. In many conferences, regular season concluded this past weekend, meaning the league tournaments are set to begin (some as early as tomorrow).
5 NCAA Storylines To Watch Heading Into MarchWhat to watch for in the lead up to the madness of the next couple weeks.
Spieth, Brown Beat Central Connecticut State 67-55Steven Spieth scored 19 points with a season-high 10 rebounds and Brown won its third straight, 67-55 over Central Connecticut State on Monday.
After Stunning UConn, Yale Loses To FloridaYale looked nothing like the team that upset defending national champion UConn three days earlier.
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Obama's Brother-In-Law Joining ESPN As College Basketball AnalystCraig Robinson, the former Oregon State coach and President Barack Obama's brother-in-law, is joining ESPN as a college basketball analyst.
5 Months When You Forget Sports Aren't The Only Thing HappeningIs there a better time of the year for sports than now? Well, depends on what you like. Here are five of the best sports months.