College Basketball

Iowa State’s Historic Turnaround From 2-Win Season

ISU became the team with the lowest winning percentage (.083) in the previous season to win a game. T.J. Otzelberger is the lowest-paid head coach ($1.5M) in the Big 12.

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Kentucky’s Trophy Case Under John Calipari Is Nearly Empty

Saint Peter’s upset over Kentucky was just the 10th time in NCAA men’s tournament history that a 15-seed knocked off a No. 2.

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Grant Hill Talks March Madness Memories and Coach K’s ‘Genius’

Hill explains why he’s never watched the famous 1992 Duke-Kentucky game, his relationship to the Final Four, and Coach K’s underrated people skills.

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NCAA Returns to Pre-Pandemic Revenue Levels

After suffering hundreds of millions in losses due to the pandemic, the NCAA appears to have bounced back. 

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How the Horizon League Is Approaching NIL

Few conference-wide plans are as detailed as the NIL strategy in the Horizon League.

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NIL Marketplaces Go Local

NIL companies are going local.

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Uneven Resume Requirements

The study found that almost all female coaches played basketball at a high level — but only about half of their male counterparts needed impressive on-court skills.

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The Big East’s NFL-Inspired Broadcasting Plan

During the 2021 men’s basketball tip-off tomorrow, the Big East will borrow an idea from the NFL’s broadcasting playbook: RedZone.

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First NIL-Related Suspension

The NCAA finally allows NIL. But that didn’t stop the governing body from finding a retroactive loophole to punish an athlete for profiting off it.

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How the Ivy League Approached the COVID Era

The Ivy League’s decision was part of a philosophy that set the conference apart from all others in D-I.

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