D-III School Beats Opponent At The Buzzer For The Second Straight Year

Division III college Hampden-Sydney beat the University of Mary Washington on an unusual buzzer-beating three Saturday. After a flubbed Mary Washington inbound pass, Hampden-Sydney's Mike Murray made a desperate three for the 58-57 win. The shot was weird, but the history between the two schools is weirder. » 11/23/14 12:05pm Sunday 12:05pm

Justise Winslow Hurdles Stanford Player's Head To Block His Shot

In case you hadn't heard, Duke freshman Justise Winslow is pretty athletic. So athletic, in fact, that he can high-jump over opponents to block their shots, as happened tonight against Stanford in the Coaches vs. Cancer championship game. Sure, it was all for naught as the player had already been fouled, but this… » 11/22/14 11:16pm 11/22/14 11:16pm

Craig Sager Briefly Returns To TV For Coaches vs. Cancer Classic

The last time Craig Sager and his suits that Kevin Garnett think should be burned was on our televisions was April, prior to his treatment for leukemia. He left the hospital in May, and last night he made a return to TV for college basketball's Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, speaking a short message about his own… » 11/22/14 12:18pm 11/22/14 12:18pm

Kansas Coach Bill Self Takes 32-Point Beatdown With Humor

Bill Self's Kansas Jayhawks were the fifth ranked team in the country going into Tuesday night's matchup against Kentucky, but they won't be for much longer after getting whooped 72-40. Kentucky is most people's preseason pick to be the NCAA Champion, and they certainly looked the part as their length on defense… » 11/19/14 1:39am 11/19/14 1:39am

Tennessee State Finishes Game With Only Four Players On The Court

Southern Illinois beat Tennessee State 84-67, scoring 31 of their points at the free throw line. That many fouls was a big problem for Tennessee State. Marcus Roper fouled out with 8:36 left, Demontez Loman fouled out with 5:12 left, Xavier Richards fouled out with 2:40 left, and finally Jay Harris fouled out with… » 11/19/14 12:38am 11/19/14 12:38am

Phil Martelli's Grandson Is Still An Adorable Mini-Basketball Coach

Most of us discovered Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli's grandson Philip in this year's March Madness tournament. The 4-year-old in the stands wore an adult necktie and screamed at no one in particular. (Just like a real coach!) College basketball's back, and so is Philip, still acting like his grandfather. » 11/18/14 2:01pm 11/18/14 2:01pm

Report: Akron Star Forward Accused Of Assaulting Women's Team Player

The University of Akron police are investigating whether Zips senior forward Demetrius Treadwell assaulted Sina King, a member of Akron's women's basketball team, early Saturday morning, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. Both Treadwell—who was suspended from the team indefinitely on Sunday—and King were preseason… » 11/17/14 8:31pm 11/17/14 8:31pm

One-Handed Florida Freshman Makes College Basketball Debut

Zach Hodskins is a walk-on freshman basketball player at Florida, and he made his season debut in the final two minutes of last night's season-opening 68-45 blowout of William & Mary. Nothing in that previous sentence is all that out of the ordinary, but this is: Zach Hodskins only has one hand. The above video… » 11/15/14 1:40pm 11/15/14 1:40pm