It was reported Tuesday evening that BYU’s starting center Brandon Davies was suspended for the rest of the season because of a violation of the school’s honor code. Speculation involves a pregnant girlfriend. Regardless of what happened, Davies is gone for the rest of the season. The knee-jerk reaction from local radio and newspapers in [...]
Very often, college basketball players and coaches don’t get along. We just seldom here about it, even after transfers take place. Well, Kevin Coble decided to not keep it a secret any longer: He wasn’t going to be bullied by Northwestern coach Bill Carmody. That’s why Coble’s no longer a part of the team.
Korie Lucious has paid his dues as far as Tom Izzo is concerned. (Dennis Wierzbicki/US PRESSWIRE)
Tom Izzo made it official yesterday: Spartans guard Korie Lucious will miss two games.
Only one of which matters, anyway. Does the punishment satisfy you?
Many are expecting Memphis to be one of the most enticing, exciting teams to follow in 2010-11 not only because of the widespread talent on the floor, but the unpredictable personalities that have assembled this preseason top-25 group. But the team is now enduring its second bout of preseason uncertainty and drama, as Gary Parrish [...]
Things can begin to return to normal and the skies can show some sun in central New York. The Binghamton basketball program has been found to have committed exactly zero major infractions under suspended head coach Kevin Broadus. A letter was supposedly sent from the NCAA’s Mike Zonder to the offices of Binghamton. Part of [...]
The former Cougars guard explains why he felt pushed out of Provo after last season.
“We wish Tony the best of luck in all his future endeavors,” said head coach Jeff Bzdelik. “Tony and I met a number of times and we felt this was the best course of action for him.”
Roy Williams showing his pimp hand early this season. Senior Will Graves, a streaky player with the Tar Heels, was kicked off the team yesterday for being less than an ideal teammate. The release from UNC is succinct, and the personality of the head coach comes through in his only statement on the matter. “This [...]
The search is on the nail down the right equation that deduced how the former Kentucky player was eligible in the first place.
If he does leave, we could have a meme on our hands. From here on out, whenever a school goes through an extensive, tedious, elongated process to enroll an over-21-years-old player, only to see said player leave after a year. That could be referred to as being Majok’d. The Hartford Courant is reporting Ater Majok [...]
No BCS program has taken as many body blows in so many ways like Louisville has in the past 18 months. The latest punches to the gut came yesterday, when the school learned Memphis transfer Roburt Sallie and recruit Justin Coleman won’t play for the team this season. Due to the timing requirements of meeting [...]
Renardo Sidney, the mystical freshman-that-never-was at Mississippi State will soon become the sophomore I’d never thought he’d be. Amid the drama that’s surrounded Sidney’s situation, MSU has held the 19-year-old at much more than an arm’s length from the media; much of what surrounds his past 24 months remains coated with smog. Nevertheless, he’ll be [...]
Let’s say Roy Williams wanted to take on an advising role with the Los Angeles Lakers starting this September. Seems wrong, right? Why should a college basketball coach be allowed employment at the NBA level, in any capacity, as well? Isn’t there a conflict of interest that comes with that? Nevertheless, the NCAA would have [...]
Starting to wonder if it’s a program thing and not a head coach thing. When is Michigan going to get back on track, truly? Head coach John Beilein had to kick Laval Lucas-Perry off his team yesterday, and though Lucas-Perry never panned out like most thought, he’s still one more player with experience (and is [...]
If he could, would Keno Davis do it all over again? After a heartbreaking first-round, buzzer-beating loss as the head coach of Drake in the 2008 Tournament (at the hands of Western Kentucky), Davis parlayed his team’s eye-opening 28-5 season in the Missouri Valley into a gig in the Big East. Things haven’t gone so [...]
The announcement that 2011 stud Marquis Teague switched allegiances, from Louisville to Kentucky, was the latest blow to the Cards’ coach.
Didn’t like this year’s version? Someone did fixer-upper on it and subbed in Mr. Vandross as well.
It’s been another year filled with expectations and a void of an NCAA Tournament appearance (most likely) for Rhody fans. After getting to 19-3 overall and holding a 7-2 record in the Atlantic 10, the Rams fell apart. They now stand at 21-8, haven’t won a “must-win” game in weeks and are on the verge [...]