Maryland to Debut New “Brooklyn Dodger” Uniforms Against Kentucky

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Maryland never disappoints when it comes to wearing unique and eye-grabbing uniforms. As Under Armour’s flagship school, Maryland often wears “experimental” designs that never fail to get attention. This year, the Terps open their basketball season against the national championship […]

Duke Blue Devils : Cameron Crazies Welcome Jabari Parker in Style

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE

Duke basketball fans are nationally recognized as some of the most enthusiastic and over-the-line fans in the country. Their most recent act only emphasizes their endless enthusiasm. On Friday, Jabari Parker a senior at Simeon Career Academy in Chicago who is recognized as […]

McDonald’s All-American Game Will Remain in Chicago

Brian Spurlock-McDonalds

The McDonald’s All-American Game will be played in the United Center up until 2015, with an option for the 2016 game. The event saw many different hosts starting from the year 1979, before settling in the windy city in 2011. […]

Unfortunate Circumstance Leads to Extra Payment for UNC

Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE

North Carolina emerges victorious very often on the basketball court. It is indisputable that Roy Williams has sculpted a perennial contender and a national powerhouse in Chapel Hill. That being said, while Williams has no problem picking apart the top […]

What Roddy Peters’ Commitment Means For Terps

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Last week, Maryland fans were heartbroken when highly recruited twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison picked Kentucky over Maryland. This week however, Terp fans have been rejuvenated due to the commitment made by hometown point-guard Roddy Peters. It is important to realize that […]

Kentucky Surprises No-One with Absurd Expenditure

Mark Zerof-US PRESSWIRE

It is no secret that Kentucky values their national champion basketball team more than their not-as-relevant football team. That being said, the overwhelming difference between the attention spent focusing on the court as supposed to the field can still catch […]

Notre Dame Possibly Leaving the Big East Early?

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE

Last month, Notre Dame made headlines by announcing their decision to leave the Big East and join the ACC. Normally, a program has to wait 27 months before they can officially be part of the conference they are moving to. […]

College Basketball Preview: Top 15 Freshmen

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Coach K to Hold First Duke Practice at Unique Location

Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY

While schools around the country are showcasing their first basketball practice as part of midnight madness festivities, Coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke men’s basketball team are taking a more modest and covert approach. Rather than having their practice in […]

Jim Valvano Highlights North Carolina State’s New Hall of Fame

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE

N.C. State will open a new hall of fame, holding their opening ceremony on October 5th at Reynolds Coliseum. NC State has a long rich history in athletics, and now the legends that put the school on the map in […]

Duke University to Integrate iPad into Basketball Program

Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

Basketball programs around the country often look up to Duke because of their prowess in terms of coaching, recruiting, and perennial national contention. Now universities around the nation can now look up to Duke for their progressions in the field […]

Madison Square Garden Has No Plans to Host ACC Tournament

Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE

Turns out the ACC isn’t going to be stealing all of the Big East‘s thunder. The ACC has already taken a lot away from the Big East.  After Notre Dame, Syracuse and Pittsburgh‘s decisions to join the ACC, the Big East has lost three of their […]