Who among Gonzaga's prized trio will return? Does Luka Garza take a shot at the draft? What transfers will be eligible next season? Jeff Borzello discusses all of these concerns and more.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 105-61
- 11/8L 67-64
- 11/15W 72-63
- 11/21W 76-53
- 11/22W 77-65
- 11/2417W 87-78
- 12/3W 78-46
- 12/712W 63-58
- 12/1018W 53-52
- 12/18W 91-63
- 12/30W 83-57
- 1/4W 59-44
- 1/722W 57-52
- 1/113W 67-55
- 1/15W 68-55
- 1/18W 75-68
- 1/20W 61-57
- 1/25W 72-61
- 1/29W 67-53
- 2/1W 68-52
- 2/3W 73-67
- 2/8W 78-70
- 2/10W 52-45
- 2/1514W 70-59
- 2/18W 65-54
- 2/223L 64-61
- 2/25W 85-66
- 2/29L 75-72
- 3/2W 71-68
- 3/7L 76-64
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The top five teams remain the same, but there is movement in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 for men's college basketball.
- Baylor All-Big 12 guard Butler to enter draft
- Kansas finishes No. 1 in final AP poll for 4th time
- KU's Azubuike, Baylor's Drew earn Big 12 honors
- Kansas places 2 of 15 on Wooden Award ballot
Gonzaga, Texas and Indiana are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
Which active college coaches were memorable hires? From Roy to Coach Cal to Penny, we look at the best since 1995.
Iowa's Luka Garza, Baylor's Jared Butler and others haven't yet decided whether they'll enter the NBA draft, but their decisions will have a big effect on their college teams.
Virginia, Kansas and Wisconsin are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
Baylor All-Big 12 guard Jared Butler plans to enter his name into the NBA draft pool while keeping open his option to return to the Bears for his junior season.
A frenzy of roster movement spelled major bracket changes just eight days after our initial 2021 NCAA tournament projection.
The NBA draft will play a key role in determining the best in college basketball heading into next season, but an early picture is forming.
Kansas is the top-ranked team in the final Associated Press Top 25, followed by Gonzaga and Dayton.
It's not over until "One Shining Moment" plays. These college basketball teams are taking matters into their own hands to commemorate the 2019-20 season.
These are some of the March Madness players, teams and stories we won't get to see over the next three weeks.
Selection Sunday 2020 will not take place, but these teams were still in play for a bid before conference tourneys and the NCAA tournament were canceled.
Can Baylor bounce back? Which Big Ten team will emerge? Who can stop Dayton? Conference tournaments hold the answers.
The Jayhawks remain No. 1 in the rankings, but several other teams are unsettled heading into Champ Week.
The madness is upon us. Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Utah State's upset of San Diego State, Bradley punching its ticket to the dance, Florida's meltdown against Kentucky and the incredible environment at Dayton. Then, Joe Lunardi joins the pod (19:37) to talk about the drama with Archie Miller, why the bubble is going to live in the Pac-12 and the American conference tournaments, rewarding winning over mediocrity, and East Tennessee possibly being this year's Belmont. Finally, the guys close by giving their thoughts on Penn State, Auburn, Seton Hall, Michigan State, Baylor, Michigan, Gonzaga, BYU and Villanova ahead of the postseason (43:57).
Kansas center Udoka Azubuike has been named the Big 12 player of the year, and Baylor's Scott Drew has been selected as the conference's top coach in voting done by the league's coaches
Emmitt Matthews scored a season-high 18 points, freshman Oscar Tshiebwe had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and West Virginia used a big second-half run to beat No. 4 Baylor 76-64 on Saturday, denying the Bears the chance to earn a tie for the Big 12...