The "best high school basketball player since LeBron James" will suit up for Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks next season.
The man most synonymous with the NBA's "one and done" rule might also be the rule's most outspoken opponent.
Hermann is the first female athletic director in school history, and will be only the third in major college athletics.
The most-ballyhooed college basketball prospect ever shocked the world by committing to Kansas. Here's what Andrew Wiggins will mean to the Jayhawks -- and college basketball as a whole.
The firing of a University of Tennessee employee may be directly related to the transfer of former Volunteer point guard Trae Golden.
The Blue Demons haven't had a lot of people attend their games recently. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to change that.
The Mocs are taking Will Wade and hopefully some of his good fortunes at VCU as they try to make get their team back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009.
Daniel Hamilton wasn't heavily recruited despite being one of the best high school juniors in the country. Kevin Ollie and UConn weren't fooled, gaining a commitment from Hamilton on Friday.
Gregg Marshall and his jubilant group of black and yellow-donning Shockers impressed the mid-major community while flabbergasting the country just a month ago. We think this could become an annual shocking.
The NBA Draft is fast approaching, and this year's class will visit Chicago next week to prove they belong on an NBA roster.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany might have to deal with the unpleasant reality of the Ed O'Bannon case sooner than he likes.
The 2013 edition of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge will feature seven matchups between teams that have never played one another in the event.