Dick Vitale talks about the sport he loves, college basketball.
Dick Vitale says Rick Pitino deserves to be in the Basketball Hall of Fame because he got the most out of the teams he coached.
Classes just started, but college coaches are already getting good and bad news about player injuries and eligibility for the coming season.
Each week Dick Vitale writes about the sport he loves, college basketball.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino had an incredible year and is a shoe-in for the Basketball Hall of Fame, but who's next?
Dick Vitale will be inducted in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame Monday, June 10 2013.
After a Hall of Fame selection and a second national championship, Rick Pitino's status among the greatest college basketball coaches is secure.
Jim Calhoun retires as one of just five coaches to win three national titles. But it was the way he built a small Connecticut program into a national powerhouse that stands out the most.
Reggie Miller was a rarity, spending his entire career with one team. The five-time All-Star racked up more than 25,000 points and is a deserving Hall of Fame selection.
Dick Vitale has received many honors in his career and was humbled by his latest, induction into the Little League Hall of Fame.
Dick Vitale was sorry to see Pat Summitt's legendary career end at Tennessee and puts the Hall of Fame coach among the greatest in any sport.
Dick Vitale says the 71-year-old Larry Brown brings a Hall of Fame resume to SMU, and he brings credibility to the school as it moves to the Big East.
Dick Vitale says future Hall of Famer Rick Pitino worked his magic to get Louisville into the Final Four. The former national championship coach is making his sixth trip.