During the off-season, CollegeHoops.net is your home for NBA Draft coverage, as well as coaching changes, transfers, and a preview of the 2012-13 season.


CHN Newsletter: Get the Latest College Basketball Updates


Recent Articles

Big South Tournament: Quarterfinal Previews

March 3rd, 2009
Big South

#8 High Point Panthers (9-20, 4-14 Big South) at #1 Radford (18-11, 15-3 Big South), 7:00pm ? Live Video: Big South EDGE on www.BigSouthSports.com

College Basketball: 20 Random Thoughts & Observations

December 17th, 2008
DeJuan Blair - Pittsburgh20 Random Rants, Thoughts, and Observations from the Week in College Basketball by CollegeHoops.net Editor Shawn Siegel:

1 - Most college basketball teams are guard oriented, but Leonard Hamilton didn't get the memo. Outside of Toney Douglas, FSU has virtually no one of much worth in the backcourt. Douglas is an underrated player, but there's too much pressure on him.

Poll: This Year's Surprise Team So Far?

November 22nd, 2008

Poll: Worse Loss for Kentucky: Gardner Webb or VMI?

November 15th, 2008
Gardner Webb

Kentucky Embarrassed by VMI 111-103

November 15th, 2008

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Behind a career-best 30-point performance by senior guard Travis Holmes, VMI scored its first win over an SEC program in 32 years, stunning Kentucky, 111-103 in front of 22,579 stunned fans at Rupp Arena on Friday evening.

The Keydets (1-0) matched a facility record with 14 three-pointers, including five by sophomore gunner Austin Kenon.

Daily Poll: Who Will Win the Big South?

October 28th, 2007
Big South

Big South Weekly Award Winners

January 29th, 2007
VMIVMI forward Reggie Williams and Winthrop senior Craig Bradshaw have been selected as the Big South Conference Choice Hotels Men’s Basketball Co-Player of the Week.

Daily Dribble: 12/13

December 12th, 2006

Its nice to see college athletics programs limiting games played during finals period.. its the only time of the year there's even a fake veil of caring about academics. Not all teams had the day off though..

Hofstra barely escaped with a 67-64 win over lowly Saint Francis (NY). Hofstra's bounced back from a dismal 0-3 start.. but mainly because they've now played 6 bad teams in a row. Wins over Alsaka Anchorage and 0-11 SFNY don't necessarily point to a big Hofstra turnaround as much as a big drop in quality of opponent. Things pick up again for the Pride as they now go on the road to face Syracuse, Saint Joseph's, and UNCW in the next couple of weeks.

» Read More » Tags