1. Bob Huggins chastises referees after West Virginia's latest second-half collapse

    Huggins on Kansas' 35-2 edge in foul shots: "I've been doing this 40 years. I don't think I've ever been in a game where we shot two free throws."

  2. Meet NCAA tournament's most improbable bubble team

    Notre Dame's record doesn't have the Irish in any kind of NCAA tournament conversation. But with a late push, anything's possible.

  3. Villanova extends its reign over Xavier with impressive victory in Big East showdown

    Not only has Villanova won 10 of 11 games against Xavier in the Big East, the average margin of victory has been a whopping 18.4 poi

  4. Can Oklahoma emerge from its tailspin in time to salvage an NCAA bid?

    The Sooners have dropped eight of their last 10 games culminating in a 77-66 home loss to unranked Texas on Saturday.

  5. Northwestern warned its fans not to taunt Michigan State about Larry Nassar

    The university placed handouts on each seat in its student section threatening to remove anyone who did not show proper respect.

  6. Report: Michigan State walk-on investigated for criminal sexual conduct

    Michigan State has come under fire recently for its handling of sexual assault allegations against football and basketball players.

  7. Cheerleader ejected for heckling during Arizona's victory at Arizona State

    An Arizona cheerleader was ejected Thursday at Arizona State. When Arizona won on its rival’s home floor Thursday night, one of the Wildcats’ cheerleaders was not around to see it. Referees ejected him midway through the second half of his school’s 77-70 victory at 25th-ranked Arizona State.

  8. With projected No. 1 seeds slumping, the NCAA tournament looks wide open

    Virginia, Villanova and Purdue have combined to lose six games over the past eight days since the selection committee anointed them No. 1 seeds.

  9. Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel explains why the NCAA basketball corruption case will change the college sports landscape.

  10. Reggie Lynch is done at Minnesota after dropping his appeals

    The University had found the former Big Ten defensive player of the year responsible in a pair of sexual misconduct cases.