The best basketball players in New Jersey used to leave the state to play collegiately. New coaches at Rutgers and Seton Hall aim to change that.
George Mason isn't just going to the Final Four. It's going to the Final Four with a program focused on doing things right.
John Chaney wasn't perfect. But he was passionate ... and college basketball needs more men of passion on the bench.
Perhaps more than any other coach left, John Beilein has earned his way to the Sweet 16.
After an ugly exit from Indiana, Bob Knight is rewriting his ending at Texas Tech.
Canisius played a homecoming game two days before Christmas for a player who didn't live to see it.
Ohio State can do itself and college basketball a favor by (are you ready?) ... hiring Bob Knight.
In the win-at-all-costs era of college sports, a coach's past doesn't matter as much as whether he can win.
From Nevada and UAB to Xavier and St. Joe's, true college teams are standing the test in the prom-to-pros hoops era.
Win No. 27 wasn't St. Joe's goal, rather just the start to proving its doubters wrong in March.
St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli doesn't recruit All-Atlantic 10 and All-American players. He makes them.
The college basketball coaching fraternity doesn't need a new perception. It needs a new reality.
College coaching is a racket, just like a lot of professions. A high-risk, high-reward for renegades.
Jan van Breda Kolff's tried, but failed, to distance himself from the damage done at St. Bonaventure.
To Jim Boeheim, Syracuse is a garden spot.
Jim Boeheim is squeezing the most out of Carmelo Anthony's likely short stay at Syracuse.