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AP releases Top 100 college basketball programs based on poll
It all started in 1949 with Saint Louis on top. And 68 years later, The Associated Press college basketball poll has ranked a total of 200 schools through more than 1,100 polls — 59 at No. 1. There have been plenty of changes over the years to how ...
AP All-Time Top 100 | NCAA Men's Basketball
Glory For Women, Money For Men In NCAA Basketball Tournament
The men who play basketball at North Carolina are no more important than the men or women who play basketball at Wesleyan, so the NCAA should take the money and distribute it equally across all schools, perhaps as a function of the number of ...
Regionals see lowest attendance in 20 years
Wednesday's college roundup: Women's NCAA basketball tournament lags in attendance
NCAA Tournament brings love of basketball to Phoenix - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com
Report: NCAA official received death threats from UK fans
CHICAGO – Some Kentucky basketball fans allegedly went beyond posting criticism of an NCAA referee on social media. John Higgins, who officiated Kentucky's loss to North Carolina in the Elite Eight on Sunday, met with police Tuesday after he received ...
NCAA referee John Higgins receiving death threats from Kentucky fans
Kentucky fans ruined referee John Higgins' company Facebook page
NCAA basketball referee is target of death threats after Kentucky game
South Carolina fighting to join NCAA women's basketball elite
This discussion is especially difficult in women's college basketball since one team -- Connecticut -- so thoroughly dominates the landscape. But for a variety of reasons, let's put South Carolina into the elite conversation after the Gamecocks' 71-64 ...
NCAA Women's Basketball Bracket 2017: Championship Odds for Final Four
NCAA women's basketball: South Carolina holds off FSU to reach Final Four
NCAA Women's basketball tournament 2017 schedule: Game times, TV channel, and live stream for Monday
UK Basketball | State legislatures weigh in on NCAA officiating
No one can accuse Arkansas legislators of not looking out for basketball fans, and Kentucky may not be far behind.
Keeping It Heel
Basketball Recruiting: North Carolina, haven for NCAA Division I talent
Keeping It Heel
In past years, the state of New York has held the title as the “Basketball Mecca” due to the amount of talent that has come from there. Kenny Anderson, Billy Cunningham, Kareem Abdul-Jabaar, Bob Cousy, Stephon Marbury, Metta World Peace, Bernard King, ...
NCAA basketball: Joel Berry scores 26 points and Carolina defeats Butler 92-80
Maye's shot gives UNC 75-73 win over Kentucky, last spot in Final Four
These Kentucky basketball fan reaction videos are March Sadness
Women's basketball: 10 things to know ahead of the Final Four
A first-time participant takes on the four-time defending national champions — it's David vs. Goliath. The Final Four is set and coming to Dallas for the first time in the 36-year history of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Mississippi State's ...
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament 2017: Elite 8 Scores, Final Four Bracket
Oregon Ducks fall to UConn in Elite Eight of NCAA women's basketball tournament
Women's basketball coach, key players hope to lengthen NCAA run next year
Oregon's 1939 'Tall Firs' won an NCAA title by playing ahead of their time
But as dawn broke on March 30, 1939, the train carrying the champions of the first NCAA basketball tournament came to an unscheduled stop in The Dalles, 86 miles east of its home station. On this day, the fast train would be five minutes late. In the ...
Basketball: 78 years ago, Oregon's Tall Firs won the 1st NCAA Tournament
Michael Porter Jr. named MVP of McDonald's All-American Game
March 29, 2017 9:36pm EDT March 29, 2017 9:36pm EDT Basketball, English, NCAA Division I, Missouri Tigers The nation's top basketball player and Missouri recruit admitted to being out of rhythm, but still scored a game-high 17 points.
Gamecock fans deserve this — could get this
Both basketball teams in the Final Four in the same year? That's something to dream about while waiting for the spring football game to start. But twice this week, Gamecock fans cheered, danced and, yes, cried while their teams cut down the nets as ...