Our panel on which ACC men's basketball program does the most with the least, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
- 11/27W 85-84
- 12/3W 75-45
- 12/5W 87-52
- 12/821L 79-69
- 12/12W 101-63
- 12/16W 62-56
- 12/19W 107-96
- 1/6L 63-60
- 1/9W 74-69
- 1/12L 81-75
- 1/16L 96-76
- 1/19W 83-57
- 1/2316W 78-60
- 1/258L 81-58
- 1/31W 76-73
- 2/6L 78-61
- 2/9W 77-68
- 2/13W 75-67
- 2/20W 75-67
- 2/22L 85-71
- 2/27L 84-77
- 3/1W 72-70
- 3/3W 64-54
- 3/10W 89-68
- 3/1116L 72-69
- 3/196W 78-62
- 3/213W 75-72
- 3/272L 62-46
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Boeheim bunch: Jimmy joins bro to play for dad
- Syracuse's Dolezaj to skip final college season
- Villanova's Swider transferring to Syracuse
- Cuse's Richmond, Braswell and Ajak enter portal
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
It'll be a family affair for Syracuse this season as Jimmy Boeheim is transferring to join an Orange team that features his brother, Buddy, and is coached by their dad, Jim.
Syracuse forward Marek Dolezaj is not returning to the Orange for a final season and will seek to play professionally.
Following Villanova's loss to eventual NCAA champion Baylor in the Sweet 16, forward Cole Swider is transferring to Syracuse.
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
UCLA hopes to follow in the footsteps of championship teams that rose to the occasion after going through a late swoon.
Syracuse point guard Kadary Richmond, forward Robert Braswell, and center John Bol Ajak entered the NCAA transfer portal on Tuesday.
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
— Quentin Grimes scored 14 points while Houston's defense locked down on surging Buddy Boeheim, helping the Cougars beat Syracuse 62-46 on Saturday night in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
When Glazed & Confused in Syracuse wanted to make a Buddy Boeheim donut, they didn't think it could run afoul of the NCAA. Don't worry, the Sweet 16 will still be extra sweet with pastries instead featuring the Orange coach.
Can anyone trip up the top seeds? Coaches we consulted say the answer to that question is a resounding yes.
Syracuse Guard Buddy Boeheim joins the show once again to talk about the sweet 16 run The Orange are on, how its been to experience it playing with for his father, and previews their showdown against Houston. Plus The ACC Network's Jordan Cornette stops by to talk about how Florida State and Syracuse managed to reach the Sweet 16. And we look back at great NCAA Tournament moments that took place on this date.
Florida State allowed only 53 points as they beat Colorado 71-53 to advance to the sweet 16. They will face the #1 seed Michigan on Sunday. We also preview the sweet 16 matchup between Houston and Syracuse as ESPN BPI gives the Cuse a 19.6% chance of winning. Plus ACCN College Basketball Analyst Monica McNutt who gets us ready for the NCAA Women's tournament action which continues tonight.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.
— Buddy Boeheim carried his father, Jim, to the Hall of Fame coach’s 20th Sweet 16 appearance, scoring 22 of his 25 points after halftime to lead 11th-seeded Syracuse past third-seeded West Virginia in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
Buddy Boeheim's 25 points Sunday helped send his father into the Sweet 16 for the 20th time as Syracuse upset West Virginia.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.