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Questions about the Tucson Police Department’s handling of unruly crowds at the University Of Arizona.
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Meet the newest, cutest college basketball fan.
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Brackets are VERY big business.
Marcus Smart’s frustration boils over in confrontation with Texas Tech’s “Number One Fan.”
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Texas Southern’s 6-foot-11 Aaric Murray drops a record-breaking 48 points against Temple in his return home to Philadelphia.
Always has been, always will be.
Better get the puppies organized, everyone. Bill Raftery is leaving ESPN for Fox Sports One, where he’ll call games with Gus Johnson.
Breanna Stewart is Brittney Griner’s heir to the title of Women’s Basketball Player Who’s On SportsCenter A Lot.
There really is barely any firing-worthy offense this guy didn’t commit, and now he’s finally out.
For all this, he got suspended for three games.
Jake White is faster than any of us.
Beanie don’t lie. The elder Hardaway approves.
VCU’s Briante Weber fall down, go boom.
Ups and downs for a white-collar institution.
The games are on, but you’re “working.” Here’s how to build a desk-based 360-degree basketball experience.
After a year in which a freshman-powered team won the national championship, the top recruiting classes have struggled mightily. What changed?
When you’re a former U.S. president, you get to do stuff like this.
Duke fans are the world’s most hated sports creature. But are you one of them?
Phenomenal and versatile use of signage, Hoya fan.
Every year, college basketball produces some amazing players. A handful go on to fame in the pros. Most don’t. These 23 players from the previous decade were amazing in March — and then vanished forever.
Jay Bilas calls college basketball games for a living. But he’s also living proof that one human can have truly undeniable swag.
The University of Mexico? Mexico State? Mexico Tech? Or just some confused television producer?
These are the new Zubaz-inspired jerseys that some of college basketball’s best teams will be wearing this March. They’re basically a celebration of ugly.