Fran Fraschilla says Washington's Terrence Ross and a quartet of other players are undervalued and could be a steal for some teams.
Fran Fraschilla reminisces about his time working for Gary Williams at Ohio State and says it was two of the best years of his career. When you read some of the anecdotes, you'll understand why.
As Eddie Sutton aims for win No. 800, he understands there's more to the milestone than just victories, writes Fran Fraschilla.
Kevin O'Neill is no stranger to the head coaching seat, and he is more than capable of leading Arizona in Lute Olson's stead, writes Fran Fraschilla.
Fran Fraschilla coached his first game against Butch van Breda Kolff. But that is a mere footnote in a lengthy history of the impact van Breda Kolff has had on college basketball.
New Hall of Fame inductees Jim Boeheim and Jim Calhoun are greats, on and off the court.
ESPN's Fran Fraschilla explains why the "motion offense" is more than just five players freelancing on the court.