The Jayhawks are flawed. The league is stacked. Yet Bill Self's team is still in its customary place at the top of the standings after six games.
For the first 32 minutes of Monday’s night’s game at Miami, Duke was an error-prone, turnover-plagued mess. Then the Blue Devils delivered a devastating finishing kick that more than atoned for their previous mistakes. When the final horn sounded, Duke had emerged with an 83-75 victory in a game that
When a Texas Tech fan bumped Wesley Harris during Saturday's court storming in Lubbock, the West Virginia forward retaliated by taking a swing at him.
Videos appear to show sophomore forward Wesley Harris take a swing at a Texas Tech fan who bumped into him on the way off the floor.
The Gauchos awoke in Waikiki to an alert that ballistic missiles were set to strike Hawaii. Only after 30 minutes did they learn it was a false alarm.
Turnovers, defensive miscues and a lack of toughness contributed to the Spartans' home loss against rival Michigan on Saturday.
LiAngelo Ball, right, and his brother, LaMelo, display their jerseys after signing with Lithuanian team BC Vytautas. When LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball signed contracts with BC Vytautas last month, many scouts expressed doubt that either brother was prepared for the competition they would face against upper-echelon
Ohio State fired Thad Matta because this season appeared to be a lost cause. Now Holtmann is doing the impossible and instantly turning things around.
Melton has already missed the first 18 games this season while USC looked into allegations from the FBI probe into bribery in college basketball.
The Trojans' coach undoubtedly wanted to stick it to Boyle for saying he took extra satisfaction in beating one of the programs implicated in the FBI scandal.
Louisville had already declared that the prized freshman at the center of its most recent men's basketball scandal would never be allowed to play for the Cardinals.
Texas won 82-58. The mysterious ailment that has hampered Texas’ second-leading scorer the past few weeks has proven more serious than anyone first imagined. The university made a heartbreaking announcement Wednesday that sophomore guard Andrew Jones is undergoing treatment for leukemia.
The Aggies lost by a single point at Kentucky after referees ignored Wenyen Gabriel's apparent hold of Tyler Davis on the game's final play.
The Ball brothers delivered a hit-and-miss performance in their debut in Lithuania, but an astonishing number of people tuned in to watch them play.
Macura is beloved at Xavier for his fearlessness and hustle, but sometimes his gamesmanship and bravado make him a magnet for controversy.
Twelve of the top 17 teams in the AP poll suffered at least one loss this week, evidence that there are lots of good teams this season but no great ones.
Instead of apologizing for turning his back on North Carolina's Joel Berry, the referee told the Athletic he may retire due to the criticism he has faced.
A playoff run was the Rams' big opportunity to win over a market that has been slow to embrace them. Instead they went one-and-done with a 26-13 wildcard loss to Atlanta.
The standout center was accused of sexual assault two separate times. Minnesota suspended him Friday after a school investigation found him responsible for one incident.
At halftime, Howard had 10 points. Then the skilled 5-foot-11 point guard caught fire from behind the arc and made history at Providence.
Matt Scott doesn't understand why his former coach is out of a job because of one scandal yet Miller has received the university's backing amid another.
Stallings explained his allusion to Louisville's pay-to-play scandal after the game. "I'm not going to let people talk crap about my players," he said.
The Jayhawks were underwhelming Tuesday night and paid for it with an 85-73 home loss to a tougher, more determined Texas Tech team.
The preseason All-American forward is expected to miss eight weeks after fracturing his left foot during practice.