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How impactful have Keyontae Johnson, Kendric Davis and other 2022-23 transfers been so far?
Older, more experienced players are the talking point of this season -- and outshining the freshmen. Others are still settling into their new schools.

Gators ride Castleton's big half past No. 2 Vols
Colin Castleton scored a game-high 20 points, including 16 in the second half, and Florida upended the second-ranked Volunteers 67-54 on Wednesday night.

Pitt's Capel objects to UNC tweet 'trolling' brother
Pittsburgh coach Jeff Capel, after his team's 65-64 win at North Carolina on Wednesday, spoke out about the Tar Heels fans' treatment of his brother and current Panthers assistant, former UNC standout Jason Capel.

Iowa says Illini fan group 'falsely' bought tickets
The Orange Krush, a group of Illinois men's basketball supporters, said its purchase of tickets to the Illinois-Iowa game on Saturday was canceled by Iowa. Hawkeyes officials accused the Orange Krush of being deceptive.

Denver's Porter faces charges from fatal crash
Denver basketball player Coban Porter was charged Wednesday with felony counts of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault stemming from a suspected drunken-driving crash that killed a 42-year-old woman.

Kansas happy to avenge road loss to K-State
Jalen Wilson said K-State's home win over his Jayhawks was fresh on the team's mind in Tuesday's rematch. "It was like a big rub in our face, them storming the court," Wilson said. "I always remember stuff like that."

Texas Tech stuns Iowa St. with 23-pt. comeback
Texas Tech knocked off No. 13 Iowa State 80-77 in overtime Monday night in the biggest comeback in school history.

Reigning winner Tshiebwe among Wooden top 20
Kentucky's Oscar Tshiebwe, last year's winner of the John R. Wooden Award for the best college basketball player in the country, is once again among the top 20 men's candidates for the award.

Is it time for a 24-second shot clock in men's college basketball?
In 2015, the NCAA shortened the shot clock from 35 seconds to 30 for college basketball. What would happen if it shaved another six off, like the rest of the hoops world?

Which teams should you buy or fade ahead of March Madness?
With the NCAA tournament field almost a month away, Dalen Cuff looks at some of the top teams around the country and whether you should buy the hype or fade them.