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Poll: How Many CUSA Teams Will Make the Tournament?

February 19th, 2012

Tuesday Recap: Crowder's Shot Lifts Marquette Past Washington

December 7th, 2011
Jae Crowder knocked down the game-winner

The Jimmy V Classic doubleheader at Madison Square Garden annually provides soe outstanding basketball, with all of it being for a good cause. Tuesday night was no exception, and in the second half of the doubleheader Marquette and Washington put forth a thrilling display of basketball.

Non-BCS Top 25: Murray St and Tulane Enter

December 4th, 2011
Murray StThe Non-BCS Top 25 is a weekly companion to the popular CHN Top 50 ranking, taking an in-depth look into the underrated universe of teams outside of the big six.

Non-BCS Top 25: December 4th

College Hoops Saturday Recap: "Game of the Year" Lives Up to Hype

December 4th, 2011
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was one of the standouts for UK

One of the most anticipated regular season college basketball games in recent memory came down to wingspan. That was the difference between Kentucky and North Carolina as freshman Anthony Davis got a hand on John Henson's jumper in the final seconds to preserve a 73-72 win at Rupp Arena. UNC would enjoy the largest lead for either team with just under seven minutes left in the first half as they led 34-25, and the two titans would play close throughout.

Poll: Who Will Win the CUSA Tournament?

March 10th, 2010
Central Florida

Conference USA: All-Conference Teams

March 8th, 2010
UTEP G Randy CulpepperIRVING, Texas - Players from five different schools are represented on the 2010 All-Conference USA men's basketball first-team, featuring three repeat all-conference selections and two newcomers. Seniors Aubrey Coleman of Houston and Ben Uzoh of Tulsa are joined by juniors Elijah Millsap of UAB and Randy Culpepper of UTEP, along with sophomore Elliot Williams of Memphis. All five players are guards. Voting on the awards was done by the C-USA head coaches and media members in each conference city.

Conference USA Preview: 2009-10

November 17th, 2009
Conference USA

With Memphis in flux following the departure of John Calipari, this might be the year someone like Tulsa, Houston, or UTEP breaks through. The other contenders better act quickly as Memphis has locked up a monster recruiting class next year..

Charleston Classic to Feature Miami, South Carolina, Penn St

April 22nd, 2009
La Salle is the latest team invited to participate in the second annual Charleston Classic held November 19-22 at the Carolina First Arena in Charleston, SC.

The event, which is owned by ESPN Regional Television and hosted by the Southern Conference, features eight teams competing in 12 games over three days.

Joining La Salle in the Charleston Classic will be Miami (Fla.), UNC Wilmington, Penn State, South Carolina, South Florida and Tulane and a team yet to be named.