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The college basketball offseason doesn't often have the same drama as professional sports with free agency and trades. That didn't stop North Carolina from having plenty of excitement over the past few months. While some programs around the country can quietly go through ups and downs during the spr…
26 August 2015
Two national powers separated by a mere 100 miles will renew their regional rivalry next year.  Indiana and Louisville jointly announced Friday that they've agreed to a three-year series that will begin with a neutral-court matchup on Dec. 31, 2016 at Banker's Life FIeldhouse in Indianapolis.
21 August 2015
Syracuse Orange basketball recruit Moustapha Diagne signed a letter of intent to play his college ball for the ACC power Nov. 12, 2014, but those plans have reportedly been derailed.  According to Syracuse.com's Mike Waters, the school released a statement Thursday confirming Diagne won't…
21 August 2015
17 August 2015
Whereas other coaches tend to downplay expectations for promising newcomers in hopes of easing the pressure on them, Rick Pitino often does just the opposite. The Louisville coach is infamous for his hyperbole when praising newcomers he enjoys coaching. The latest example came Tuesday night afte…
12 August 2015
Virginia's chances of remaining an ACC title contender for years to come improved significantly on Sunday when the Cavaliers landed a transfer many of the top programs in the nation coveted. Austin Nichols, Memphis' leading scorer and shot blocker this past season, told 92.9FM's John Martin that h…
26 July 2015
Most cold-shooting big men won't deign to dabble with attempting free throws underhand because they're fearful of being ridiculed for it. Credit Louisville's Chinanu Onuaku for daring to be different. Onuaku, a 46.7 percent free throw shooter this past season, is experimenting with the Rick Barr…
29 June 2015
Three months after Jim Boeheim revealed his intent to retire in three years, Syracuse also clarified its succession plan. Chancellor Kent Syverud announced Thursday that assistant coach Mike Hopkins has been formally named Syracuse's head coach-designate and will replace Boeheim following the 2017…
25 June 2015