Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2020-21. Here are the players most under the microscope.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 76-58
- 11/9L 76-71
- 11/13W 68-63
- 11/15W 72-71
- 11/20L 72-68
- 11/25W 78-63
- 11/264L 71-56
- 11/27W 90-77
- 11/30MTW 98-63
- 12/4L 102-95
- 12/7W 83-50
- 12/10W 75-42
- 12/14W 68-64
- 12/21W 91-61
- 12/28W 79-73
- 1/4W 63-38
- 1/9L 87-84
- 1/11W 96-70
- 1/16W 93-70
- 1/181L 92-69
- 1/23W 74-60
- 1/25L 83-82
- 1/30W 107-80
- 2/1W 81-79
- 2/6W 85-54
- 2/8W 90-76
- 2/13W 77-54
- 2/15W 72-71
- 2/20W 85-75
- 2/222W 91-78
- 2/29W 81-64
- 3/9L 51-50
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Lots of players moved destinations this offseason. Here are the programs that fared the best on the college basketball free-agent market and those that saw a slew of unforeseen departures.
- Top available transfer Haarms commits to BYU
- Former Utah St., BYU coach Andersen dies at 90
- BYU upset with penalties in Emery ruling by NCAA
- NCAA bans BYU's Childs 9 games for draft errors
From Zion to Jimmer to D-Rose, John Gasaway ranks the best individual seasons in men's college basketball since 2007.
Former Purdue center Matt Haarms, the nation's top available transfer, committed to BYU on Thursday.
Who will win the title of the greatest college basketball player (men's or women's) ever? We break it down.
Selection Sunday 2020 will not take place, but these teams were still in play for a bid before conference tourneys and the NCAA tournament were canceled.
There are 353 Division I men's basketball teams. And most won't win it all. We break down the near misses.
Can Baylor bounce back? Which Big Ten team will emerge? Who can stop Dayton? Conference tournaments hold the answers.
Jordan Ford hit a pull-up jumper with 1.4 seconds to go, giving Saint Mary’s a 51-50 win over No. 14 BYU in the West Coast Conference Tournament semifinals Monday night.
The Jayhawks remain No. 1 in the rankings, but several other teams are unsettled heading into Champ Week.
The madness is upon us. Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Utah State's upset of San Diego State, Bradley punching its ticket to the dance, Florida's meltdown against Kentucky and the incredible environment at Dayton. Then, Joe Lunardi joins the pod (19:37) to talk about the drama with Archie Miller, why the bubble is going to live in the Pac-12 and the American conference tournaments, rewarding winning over mediocrity, and East Tennessee possibly being this year's Belmont. Finally, the guys close by giving their thoughts on Penn State, Auburn, Seton Hall, Michigan State, Baylor, Michigan, Gonzaga, BYU and Villanova ahead of the postseason (43:57).
Kansas continues to lead the rankings, but another wild weekend results in more shuffling for several programs.
Yoeli Childs scored a career-high 38 points and No. 17 BYU completed a perfect February as it rallied for a 81-64 victory over Pepperdine on Saturday.
Should the WCC be considered a basketball power conference? Gonzaga, BYU and Saint Mary's have helped its case.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing how the Final Four is any team's to take, every year. Then they welcome Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon to the show to discuss Anthony Cowan's consistency, Jalen Smith's transformation, his unofficial assistant Scott Van Pelt and College GameDay coming to College Park (11:24). Later, the guys get into Kentucky stalling out on offense, how Memphis bungled the James Wiseman situation, West Coast hoops, and they pick a few games (26:36).
The Baylor-Kansas winner was going to claim the top spot anyway, but Gonzaga and San Diego State both losing made it an easy call.
Yoeli Childs scored 28 points to help No. 23 BYU upset second-ranked Gonzaga 91-78 on Saturday night and end the Bulldogs’ 19-game winning streak.
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BYU's Cosmo followed up his viral three point dunk with a foul line flip dunk.
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In four straight defensive possessions BYU's TJ Haws has drawn charge, drawn charge, steal, and stripped a layup attempt.
T.J. Haws scored 28 points and added nine assists to help No. 23 BYU hold off Santa Clara for a 85-75 victory on Thursday night.
When Brigham Young replaced retiring head coach Dave Rose with former assistant Mark Pope last offseason, there was a sense of continuity.