College Basketball Games To Watch: Trojans Square Off With CommodoresUSC and Vanderbilt meet and you get your first look at this year's USC squad that has a ton of potential.
This Week In College Basketball: Duke Wins Battle Of Top Ranked TeamsDuke got a big performance from Grayson Allen on the way to an 88-81 win over the Spartans.
SMU Throttles Northwestern State 81-35 Jarrey Foster scored 19 points, Ben Emelogu II had 17 points and a career-high nine rebounds, and SMU routed Northwestern State 81-35 on Wednesday night.
Brodziansky Scores 23 As TCU Wins 76-71 Over South DakotaVladimir Brodziansky scored 23 points and had a key assist late as TCU held on for its eighth straight victory, 76-71 over South Dakota on Wednesday night.
Texas Tech Uses Hot Start To Defeat Maine 83-44Keegan Evans led a balanced attack with 12 points and Texas Tech used a dominant first half to roll to an 83-44 win over Maine on Tuesday night.
Lecomte's 23 Points Help Baylor In 70-46 Win Over Texas A&M-CCA slower pace took Baylor out of its flow early, but Manu Lecomte scored 23 points to help the Bears pull away for a 70-46 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Nebraska Hangs On To Early Lead & Knocks Down UNT 86-67James Palmer Jr. scored 18 points, and Nebraska raced out to an early 23-point lead to take down UNT by a score of 86-67 on Monday night.
Duke Is No. 1 In 1st Regular-Season AP Top 25, MSU Is No. 2Duke is No. 1 in The Associated Press' first regular-season poll of the 2017-18 season.
SportsLine's Top Weekend PicksWith so much NFL, NBA, college football and college basketball action this weekend, SportsLine offers its top picks.
College Basketball Games To Watch: Our First Look At This Year's TeamsEvery week, we will look at three to five college basketball games that get our attention. The start of the college basketball season is usually overshadowed by college football and the NFL in the sporting world, but we are undaunted. While much will change between the games in November and the conclusion of the season in late March and early April, the early games will provide a few hints of what we can expect as the season progresses.
This Week In College Basketball: Blue Devils Start The Year On TopThe Blue Devils will start off as the No. 1 team in the nation, and is there any doubt that Mike Krzyzewski knows how to handle high expectations? There may be a lull or two around midseason, but Duke will get off to an excellent start and get up to a peak level at tournament time.
NCAA President: Major Changes Needed To Restore Public TrustNCAA President Mark Emmert says major changes are needed in college basketball before the 2018-19 season to show the public that the governing body is capable of running the sport in the wake of a bribery scandal.