Boston College will make known a decision on the future of men's basketball coach Al Skinner Tuesday, according to two high-ranking officials at the school.
Trespassing charges against New Jersey Nets forward Sean Williams have been dropped after Boston College coach Al Skinner intervened.
Nets forward Sean Williams was arrested at Boston College last weekend for allegedly violating a no trespassing order.
Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2007-08 college basketball season, exclusively on Insider.
Gavin Grant knows he's providing bulletin-board material with his bold predictions for NC State in the ACC this season, but he doesn't care, Dana O'Neil writes.
With 7-foot-2 Roy Hibbert and Jeff Green clogging the middle, the Hoyas took another step toward their return to the top of college basketball at the expense of a former conference rival, beating the Eagles 62-55 on Saturday in the East Regional.
From 65 to 1, Bill Simmons counts down to who will be left cutting down the nets on April 2.
Although winning is the most important thing, how a team plays also is a factor for the selection committee, Jay Bilas writes in his weekend notebook.
With the BracketBuster event upon us, Southern Illinois-Butler could be the best game of the bunch, Jay Bilas writes in his weekend notebook.
Sleepers typically comes from smaller conferences, but Doug Gottlieb tabs six major-conference teams as potential March sleepers.
Sometimes, one shot is all it takes to save a season. Boston College may have gotten that shot Tuesday night, Andy Katz writes.
Sean Marshall hit the game-winning 3-pointer over two defenders at the buzzer, finishing with 22 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday night to lead Boston College to an 85-82 victory over Florida State.
Cliff Hammonds scored 17 points and No. 16 Clemson took advantage of Sean Williams' absence Saturday, beating Boston College 74-54 for the Eagles' first Atlantic Coast Conference loss of the season.
Our resident bracketologist takes on the e-mailing public in the latest installment of Bracket Banter.
Boston College has lost a big player, but the Eagles are ready to move on after Sean Williams' dismissal, writes Andy Katz.
An Oregon player's entry into the player of the year talk and BC's dismissal of Sean Williams highlight Jay Bilas' weekend notebook.