Auburn expects to receive a notice of allegations from the NCAA over Chuck Person's role with the program.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 101-58
- 11/925W 88-66
- 11/14MISW 103-52
- 11/19W 88-79
- 11/201L 78-72
- 11/21W 73-57
- 11/28W 99-49
- 12/4W 67-41
- 12/8W 82-72
- 12/15W 75-71
- 12/19L 78-71
- 12/22W 93-88
- 12/29W 95-49
- 1/9L 82-67
- 1/12W 93-78
- 1/16W 85-66
- 1/1912L 82-80
- 1/22L 80-77
- 1/2622L 92-84
- 1/30W 92-58
- 2/2W 84-63
- 2/5W 76-62
- 2/921L 83-78
- 2/13L 60-55
- 2/16W 64-53
- 2/20W 79-56
- 2/234L 80-53
- 2/27W 78-75
- 3/2W 80-75
- 3/5W 66-60
- 3/95W 84-80
- 3/14W 81-71
- 3/15W 73-64
- 3/16W 65-62
- 3/178W 84-64
- 3/2112W 78-77
- 3/234W 89-75
- 3/291W 97-80
- 3/312W 77-71
- 4/61L 63-62
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Ex-Auburn assistant Chuck Person was sentenced to community service during two years of supervised release for accepting $91,500 in bribes as part of the college corruption scandal.
- Auburn expects notice of allegations in hoops
- Person avoids prison in college bribery sentencing
- Teen charged in Bramblett's death driving 90 mph
- Driver, 16, arrested in Auburn announcer's death
The fields for 13 early-season college basketball tournaments were announced Thursday. Here's your handy guide to all 13 ESPN-aired events.
Florida and Kansas added key transfers, helping them ascend in our early stacking of the 2019-20 college hoops pecking order.
The shifting sands of the Pac-12's preseason pecking order are a prominent feature of the latest Way-Too-Early Top 25.
The 16-year-old driver charged with manslaughter in the crash that killed Auburn radio announcer Rod Bramblett and his wife was accelerating from a speed of 89 mph to 91 mph in a 55 mph zone when the crash occurred, according to court records.
Police have arrested a 16-year-old driver involved in the deaths of Rod Bramblett, who served as the radio voice for Auburn football, basketball and baseball, and his wife, Paula.
NBA draft decisions and some critical prospect commitments have altered our emerging snapshot of the 2019-20 college hoops season.
Hundreds of friends and fans attended a memorial service for play-by-play announcer Rod Bramblett and his wife, Paula, who died after a car accident.
Wednesday was the deadline for player entry in the 2019 NBA draft. Here are the college teams with bigger (or fewer) worries.
Rod Bramblett, who served as the radio voice for Auburn football, basketball and baseball, and his wife, Paula, died from injuries suffered in a car crash Saturday night in Alabama, the Lee County Coroner's Office confirmed.
These NBA draft decisions, transfer decisions and recruiting commitments will have a lot to say about college basketball's pecking order heading into 2019-20.
Auburn sophomore Chuma Okeke has made himself eligible for the 2019 NBA draft.
This Just In
Auburn sophomore Chuma Okeke has submitted paperwork to the league office to make himself eligible for the 2019 NBA draft, a source told ESPN's Jonathan Givony. Okeke intends on hiring an agent, as permitted by NCAA rules, and will maintain his eligibility while rehabbing his ACL at Auburn after tearing it in the NCAA tournament against North Carolina
Auburn has signed head coach Bruce Pearl to a new five-year contract that will run through the 2023-24 season.
This Just In
Auburn has agreed to terms basketball coach Bruce Pearl for a new five-year contract, keeping him in the fold through the 2023-24 season. "Under Bruce's leadership, our basketball program has reached new heights," Director of Athletics Allen Greene said in a statement.
Auburn point guard Jared Harper says he will leave school at the end of the spring semester to enter the NBA draft.
The Spartans have nearly everyone back from their Final Four team and project as next season's team to beat.
Auburn coach Bruce Pearl said Monday on ESPN's Get Up! that human error is part of the game and he has moved past the missed double dribble call in Saturday's contest against Virginia.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich recap Texas Tech overwhelming Michigan State and Virginia's close call against Auburn (1:30). Plus, they preview tonight's National Championship game between the two teams (13:57) and discuss new allegations against Duke-Zion Williams by Michael Avenatti (33:17).