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July recruiting tracker: Darryn Peterson for No. 1 2025 recruit?
July 11 marked the first day of the live evaluation period of the summer. Among the standouts at the first event: Darryn Peterson and Nate Ament.

Ranking the top 25 players regardless of class
Paul Biancardi breaks down the Top 25 men's basketball recruits regardless of class.

Dickie V's early Sweet 16, baby!
It's early, but Dickie V has locked in his favorite teams to make the Sweet 16 in March 2025.

Court rules college athletes could be employees
A U.S. appeals court, in the latest challenge to the NCAA's long-held notion of amateurism, said a test should be developed to differentiate between students who play college sports for fun and those whose effort "crosses the legal line into work."

NIT, D-2, D-3 finals join 2026 Indy Final Four
Indianapolis, the host of the 2026 Final Four, will also host the Division II and Division III national title games that year along with the semifinals and finals of the NIT.

Back to ball: Hurley happy to have deal done
UConn coach Dan Hurley expressed relief Tuesday that he can focus fully on "the basketball part" again.

Flagg's 'no fear' approach draws Team USA raves
The story of practice for the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team on Monday was incoming Duke freshman Cooper Flagg, who hasn't even played his first college game yet.

Hurley, UConn agree to 6-year, $50M contract
UConn men's basketball coach Dan Hurley has agreed to a six-year, $50 million contract through the 2029-30 season, the school announced Monday.

Few, Gonzaga land No. 38 overall recruit Fogle
Top-50 guard Davis Fogle announced his commitment to Gonzaga on Thursday, giving Mark Few his first recruit in the 2025 class.

Chalmers, ex-players sue over Madness promos
A group of former college basketball players has sued the NCAA, multiple conferences and Turner Sports for the unauthorized use of NIL in March Madness highlights.