|After last season's failures, the Tar Heels needed a reset. With the star senior guard leading the way, they seem to have succeeded and returned to Carolina basketball.
|The Southland Conference suspended eight players Wednesday for their involvement in a massive brawl that followed Texas A&M-Commerce's OT win at Incarnate Word on Monday night.
|No. 15 Creighton knocked off UConn 85-66 Tuesday night for the program's first win over a No. 1-ranked team. In doing so, the Bluejays halted what had been the longest active win streak in Division I at 14 games.
|St. John's coach Rick Pitino, speaking to Newsday on Monday, said he stands by the criticism he leveled at his team Sunday night after the Red Storm blew a 19-point lead in a 68-62 loss to Seton Hall.
|NCAA president Charlie Baker said he's not in favor of rules or federal laws that would place new limits on the way college athletes transfer between schools.
|UConn became the first unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press men's college basketball poll this season, while Washington State jumped into the rankings Monday at No. 21 to end a 302-week drought stretching back to the 2007-08 season.
|Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd has signed a five-year contract extension that will keep him in Tucson until at least 2029, the school announced Monday.
|The Pac-12 has appointed Teresa Gould, the league's deputy commissioner, as its new commissioner beginning March 1.
|There are a lot of similarities between Florida in 2006 and 2007, and this UConn team.
|As the trend of ranked teams losing on the road continued last week, the biggest question we faced at Power Rankings HQ was whether we have a new top duo.