— Charlie Moore had 21 points as DePaul beat Marquette 68-61 on Saturday.
— Jair Bolden had a season-high 21 points as Butler beat DePaul 67-53 on Tuesday night.
- DePaul-St. John's called off due to COVID-19
- DePaul calls off 2 more as season remains on hold
- DePaul's game against No. 9 Villanova postponed
- DePaul cancels 3 games after COVID positives
— Romeo Weems had 20 points as DePaul beat Valparaiso 77-58 on Saturday.
— Tyrese Martin scored 18 points and No. 25 UConn beat DePaul 60-53 on Monday night.
— Jared Rhoden scored 18 points as Seton Hall beat DePaul 76-68 on Saturday despite not making a field goal for nearly nine minutes to finish the game.
The men's basketball game Saturday between DePaul and St. John's has been postponed due to a COVID-19 issue within the Red Storm program.
— Tyrese Martin scored 22 points with 10 rebounds, James Bouknight added 20 points and UConn rolled past DePaul 82-61 on Wednesday night for its first Big East Conference win.
— David Duke scored 24 points, including the clinching free throws with a half minute to play and Providence defeated DePaul 95-90 in double overtime on Sunday.
— Javon Freeman-Liberty had 19 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals on Wednesday night to help DePaul beat Western Illinois 91-72 as the Blue Demons opened their season almost a month after their opener was originally scheduled.
DePaul has now canceled or postponed 10 games.
DePaul says its men's basketball game against No. 9 Villanova on Dec. 14 has been postponed. The team has paused team activities because of positive COVID-19 tests in the program.
The top eight teams remained unchanged after national signing week, but Auburn, UNLV and Dayton all jumped up the rankings.
DePaul men's basketball will miss its first three games of the season after the program was put on pause due to team members testing positive for COVID-19.
After a quiet offseason in terms of coaching changes, more jobs could be subject to transitions after 2020-21.
Courtside: Tom Izzo talks about his coronavirus diagnosis, and the guys preview the Big East and the Big 12 with the help of Kevin Willard and Bob Huggins
Greenberg and Dakich tip off an absolutely loaded show with Tom Izzo, talking about his COVID-19 diagnosis and giving an update on his team as the season approaches. Then, the guys preview the Big East (17:34) and talk to Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard (32:23). Later, they preview the Big 12 (52:50) and are joined by West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins (1:10:23).
Kentucky went from being outside of the top 25 of the 2021 men's college basketball recruiting class rankings to No. 6, while Michigan is now No. 1.
As the countdown to the 2020-21 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series continues with the Big East.
Oregon is a surprise No. 1, Duke is close behind at No. 2 -- and (in a plot twist) Kentucky is currently nowhere to be found in the top 25.
Men's college basketball saw just one coaching change among the six major conferences in 2020. Here's why the 2021 market could return to normal -- and what it would look like.
DePaul has hired DeWayne Peevy as its athletic director to replace the retiring Jean Lenti Ponsetto.
Canadian guard Karim Mane, considered a five-star prospect by ESPN's recruiting analysts, has elected to sign with an agent and keep his name in the 2020 NBA draft, he told ESPN on Thursday.
Lots of players moved destinations this offseason. Here are the programs that fared the best on the college basketball free-agent market and those that saw a slew of unforeseen departures.
Jean Lenti Ponsetto, who played four sports at DePaul and has served as athletic director for the past 18 years, is retiring.
Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands, who averaged 11.1 points per game for DePaul last season, is joining Iowa State as a graduate transfer.