SMU coach Larry Brown is convinced that the Kentucky Wildcats can go undefeated this season -- with either one of John Calipari's two top-ranked teams.
One look at the rosters of top 25 teams shows that a number of big men are playing big roles.
Kentucky's season began with so much hype, but mixing young talent together hasn't gone exactly as planned for the Wildcats.
Kentucky's national championship last month prompted an increased level of expectation that incoming recruiting classes won't escape. But is it an unfair standard for these freshmen to live up to?
The suitors of Shabazz Muhammad and Nerlens Noel include some of college basketball's heavy hitters. Their future fortunes will change dramatically depending on their decisions.
We're still waiting on multiple standout underclassmen to make final calls on their pro futures. Some appear to be ready to go. And others are on the fence. Let's take a look at the decisions that have been made and the ones still to come.
So he didn't score a lot. Who cares? By dominating defensively and on the boards, Anthony Davis completed his legend at Kentucky.
Kentucky's Anthony Davis and Kansas' Jeff Withey offer a matchup of the nation's top shot-blockers.
For the first time in several seasons, the national semifinals were worthy of the big stage.
It makes sense. The Big Man in the Big Easy. That's the theme of what to expect in the Final Four.
The traditional big man is a dying breed in the college game. The reasons have as much to do with the lure of the NBA as it does with the evolving nature of the position itself.