Gonzaga, Texas and Indiana are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 73-62
- 11/9W 70-54
- 11/12W 86-58
- 11/16W 82-64
- 11/19W 76-55
- 11/21W 81-50
- 11/25W 73-54
- 11/26L 68-67
- 12/1W 72-54
- 12/14W 78-58
- 12/17W 64-56
- 12/21W 62-59
- 12/295L 72-56
- 1/2W 68-52
- 1/9W 61-55
- 1/11W 88-62
- 1/15W 74-59
- 1/18L 82-78
- 1/26L 52-50
- 1/30L 68-63
- 2/111W 70-60
- 2/6L 64-56
- 2/824L 81-74
- 2/13L 74-69
- 2/15L 69-60
- 2/20W 72-64
- 2/23W 75-57
- 2/26W 70-62
- 3/121W 72-64
- 3/5L 68-65
- 3/713L 80-67
- 3/11L 63-51
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Iowa's Luka Garza, Baylor's Jared Butler and others haven't yet decided whether they'll enter the NBA draft, but their decisions will have a big effect on their college teams.
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Virginia, Kansas and Wisconsin are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
Ziaire Williams, ranked No. 7 in the ESPN 100 for the 2020 class, committed to Stanford on Sunday, giving the Cardinal their highest-ranked recruit since at least 2007.
In an ordinary time, the ranking of next season's top 25 players would be posted while confetti is still raining down on the winning team in the national championship game. This is no ordinary time, but we can still look ahead with hope.
Stanford freshman point guard Tyrell Terry has declared for the NBA draft.
Stanford's Tyrell Terry, the No. 20-ranked freshman prospect on ESPN draft analyst Jonathan Givony's list of top 100 prospects, plans to enter the NBA draft, sources said.
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Payton Pritchard scored 29 points, and No. 13 Oregon beat Stanford 80-67 on Saturday night to win the Pac-12 regular season title.
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On a night when Tres Tinkle became Oregon State’s all-time leading scorer, the senior forward scored 23 points to lead the Beavers to 68-65 victory over Stanford on Thursday.
Bryce Wills scored 19 points, including a key layup in the final minute, and Stanford beat No. 21 Colorado 72-64 on Sunday.
Tyrell Terry scored a season-high 27 points, Oscar da Silva had 20 and Stanford ended a four-game losing streak to Utah, beating the Utes 70-62 on Wednesday.
Oscar da Silva scored 19 points and Daejon Davis added 17 to lead Stanford to a 75-57 victory over Washington State Sunday night, keeping the Cardinals' hopes of an at large big for the NCAA tournament alive.
Oscar Da Silva scored 16 point and grabbed nine rebounds, Tyrell Terry added 14 points and Stanford held Washington to just eight second-half field goals to beat the Huskies 72-64 on Thursday night.
Freshman Zeke Nnaji scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Arizona beat Stanford 69-60 on Saturday night.