Former Louisville starting guard Chris Jones has been charged with rape and sodomy. He turned himself in and pleaded not guilty in court Thursday.
The VCU Rams were off to a hot season start. Then senior guard Briante Weber went out with injury just 12 steals shy of the NCAA all-time record. Here’s what you need to know about the “Steals King.”
No. 4 Duke and No. 15 North Carolina renew their rivalry Wednesday as they get set to tangle at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Find out how to watch online and mobile here.
They had a brief history in the Big East, but now Louisville and Syracuse are ACC foes. They kick off their new conference rivalry Wednesday. Find out how to watch online here.
Selection Sunday is exactly one month away, which means March Madness 2015 is almost here. Check out the key dates prior to and during the college basketball tournament.
Former NBA player, coach and TV analyst Doug Collins was in attendance to watch his son during Sunday’s Iowa and Northwestern game.
Jerry Tarkanian was one of the most successful head coaches in college basketball history, and was most known for coaching UNLV to multiple Final Fours.
Legendary UNC coach Dean Smith died at 83. Read on for his relationship with legendary player Michael Jordan.
Legendary University of North Carolina coach Dean Smith has passed away. He war known as Michael Jordan’s mentor as well as a civil rights activist.
Legendary North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith died Saturday night at the age of 83, his family announced Sunday.
The Syracuse University Athletics Department imposed a postseason ban for the men’s basketball team for the 2014-15 season.
We’re used to this intensity in the Iron Bowl, but there was a fight Thursday on the court between the Alabama and Auburn women’s basketball teams. Check it out here.
In a battle of two top 25 teams, the No. 13 Notre Dame Fighting Irish visit Chapel Hill to take on the No. 18 North Carolina Tar Heels.
Stuart Scott had graduated from North Carolina, and before Monday night’s game against Notre Dame, his alma mater paid tribute to the former ESPN anchor.
Chris Jones of Louisville isn’t going to win an Oscar with this acting job. Check out his flop against Kentucky here.