ESPN's panel talks AAC recruiting, including Houston's emergence, the league's toughest recruiting spot and its biggest sleeper.
- 11/25W 89-45
- 11/27W 68-58
- 11/2914W 64-53
- 12/5W 77-67
- 12/20W 88-55
- 12/22W 76-50
- 12/26W 63-54
- 12/29L 65-64
- 1/3W 74-60
- 1/6W 70-63
- 1/9W 71-50
- 1/17W 75-58
- 1/20W 86-59
- 1/23W 68-51
- 1/28W 83-60
- 1/31W 70-48
- 2/3L 82-73
- 2/6LDYW 112-46
- 2/10W 82-65
- 2/18L 68-63
- 2/21W 90-52
- 2/25W 81-57
- 2/28W 98-52
- 3/7W 67-64
- 3/12W 77-52
- 3/13W 76-74
- 3/14W 91-54
- 3/1915W 87-56
- 3/2110W 63-60
- 3/2711W 62-46
- 3/2912W 67-61
- 4/31L 78-59
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the American men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Drew pushes all right buttons as Baylor wins big
- Memphis' game at No. 8 Houston postponed
- Michigan's Dickinson added to Wooden watch list
- Sooners soar to No. 9 after 3 top-10 wins in row
A pair of men's college basketball blue bloods will enter 2021-22 with sky-high expectations.
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
Gonzaga and Baylor are a combined 115-8 over the past two years. They'll meet for the national title on Monday night.
A strong surge against the Houston Cougars in the first half set the tone Saturday night, as Scott Drew's Baylor Bears earned their rightful spot in the national championship game in Indianapolis.
— Nearly two decades ago, Scott Drew decided to leave his comfort zone at tiny Valparaiso for the scandal-plagued basketball program at Baylor, explaining to his father that there was nowhere for the Bears to go but up.
Gonzaga and Baylor both have a super duo in the top six players of our rankings, which also give some love to the top sixth men in Indianapolis.
'We don't necessarily have to go back to the way things always were': College basketball's post-pandemic future
A one-site NCAA tournament? Games scheduled on the fly? The end of handshake lines? Some necessities of the season of COVID-19 could be adopted full time.
What makes these Final Four teams click? We asked the coaches who faced them this season for insight.
In the most unusual NCAA tournament ever, college basketball's two 2020-21 mainstays will offer a dose of the familiar.
When March Madness begins, everyone's a college basketball aficionado. But ESPN has its own experts. Nobody picked UCLA or Houston, and most of the love was for Gonzaga and Baylor.
Houston and Baylor have punched their Final Four tickets. Will Tuesday be a good night for the 1-seeds or for their L.A.-based combatants?
— Houston overcame a blown 17-point lead to hold off Oregon State 67-61 on Monday night in the NCAA Tournament, reaching the Final Four for the first time in 37 years.
Here's how we stack three No. 1 seeds, a No. 2, a No. 3 and the three (perhaps underseeded?) underdogs still standing in the Elite Eight.
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
— Quentin Grimes scored 14 points while Houston's defense locked down on surging Buddy Boeheim, helping the Cougars beat Syracuse 62-46 on Saturday night in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.