College basketball's mascots come in several shapes, sizes and animal forms. We picked the 10 best.
Duquesne's Derrick Colter wasn't going to let cancer stop him from playing basketball. So he fought the disease quietly, refusing to let it win or stop him from taking the floor this season.
The NCAA has developed a handbook for its member institutions to address universities' responsibilities in dealing with sexual assault and interpersonal violence.
A federal judge confirmed what the NCAA has long ignored and the public has increasingly recognized: College athletes have a say in determining their rights, Dana O'Neil writes.
NCAA supervisor of officials John Adams, who helped engineer rule change reform in college basketball, will retire following the 2015 Final Four, the NCAA announced today.
Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg, who had career-ending, open-heart surgery in 2005, is in the Mayo Clinic for surgery to replace his pacemaker, he confirmed via text to ESPN.com.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo has built a powerhouse at Michigan State. His success at Michigan State is no surprise to those who know him and work with him. Let them tell you why.
Bruce Pearl and Kelvin Sampson are ready to return to coaching -- and rebuild two fallen programs -- after serving NCAA-mandated suspensions.
The "It" coaches' names come up seemingly any time a job opens. But what's the rush? More and more coaches are asking if the grass is really greener.
The latest APR scores proved one more time that there is a significant difference between the "Haves" and "Have Nots" in college athletics.
The Big Ten and Big East will announce a men's basketball challenge series Monday for the 2015-16 season similar to the one the Big Ten has with the ACC.
Chane Behanan, who was dismissed from Louisville in December, will enter the NBA draft, he confirmed via text to ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman.
These UConn Huskies were always the underdog, but they never stopped believing.
A national title doesn't just bring a trophy. For Kentucky's John Calipari and Connecticut's Kevin Ollie, it will bring validation, which to them is far more valuable and enduring.
Sure, Kentucky is a No. 8 seed. But these Wildcats aren't the same as Villanova in 1985.
The NCAA president called an effort to unionize players a "grossly inappropriate" way to solve problems in college sports while insisting schools have been working to get athletes more involved in decisions that impact them.