Damien Wilson commits to Memphis over Wake Forest and South Carolina, writes Dave Telep.
John Calipari will bring plenty of wins, plenty of charisma and plenty of big-time recruits to Kentucky. He also brings things that aren't as nice. Did the same AD who failed in his last attempt at this really look at the whole package this time?
Coach John Calipari is spending Monday meeting with Memphis officials and contemplating what is expected to be a multiyear, multimillion offer to coach Kentucky, a source close to the situation said.
In C-USA, it's the Super Bowl every time Memphis comes to town. Doesn't matter. The Tigers just keep rolling along, adding more and more wins to a streak that's reaching historic proportions.
Look at Memphis. The Tigers are 24-3 overall, riding some truly gaudy win streaks and still very much in the hunt for a No. 1 seed in next month's NCAA tournament.
From potential No. 1 seeds to provocative questions to coach of the year candidates, The Minutes runs through it all.
Seven months after an unforgiving stripe contributed to a loss in the national championship game, Memphis finds itself back in that familiar place, writes Dana O'Neil.
Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2008-09 college basketball season, exclusively on Insider.
With the early signing period on the horizon, Antonio Williams takes a look at a few recruiting battles worth watching.
JaMychal Green and Scotty Hopson made the biggest jumps in the final player rankings for the Class of 2008, writes Bob Gibbons.
The recruiting landscape has changed considerably since the early signing period's conclusion, writes Antonio Williams.
After taking his time to go over every factor, top uncommitted basketball recruit Tyreke Evans is ready to make a decision on his future, writes Dana O'Neil.
Where will top unsigned senior Tyreke Evans land? Brendan Murphy handicaps the field.
It's never too early to look ahead and try to predict the Top 25, and the Texas Longhorns are the pre-preseason No. 1, writes Andy Katz.
Memphis has Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose. Kansas has the balance and frontcourt scoring. But which team will win the title? Fran Fraschilla and Doug Gottlieb break it down.
Free-throw shooting nearly cost Memphis and Texas in the second round. Both teams hope their struggles don't cost them down the road, writes Tim Griffin.