Story lines many, intensity high


West Virginia topped #24 Kansas State, 66-59.

Many other interesting scores today.

The usual SEC-led situation tomorrow.

College team news:

South Carolina looking past their UConn loss to their final stretch.

Florida State vows to learn from their upset Monday as the postseason approaches.

“Flawed” Kentucky keeps winning despite statistical mediocrity.

UCLA has created a unique, personalized recruiting process.

Gonzaga continues to win games, but not the RPI wars.

Ohio’s bench is honing their skills while waiting for their chance to shine.

Two wins by the College of Charleston were overturned by the CAA, because they used men’s basketballs in competition.

UConn’s run shows the need for change.

UConn turns their attention to winning another title.

Notre Dame will deal with a short bench against Clemson.

Penn seeks to keep their drive for perfection alive.

ESPN’s new mid-major rankings sees Drake at the top.

College player news:

On the brink of the NCAA scoring record, Husky Kelsey Plum will still talk trash about the Cougars.

ODU scoring star Jennie Simms profiled.

Stephanie Paul has moved into Georgia’s starting lineup.

Belmont’s Darby Maggard is shooting to the top of the charts.

UConn’s Gabby Williams started slowly, but has soared to the front.

Penn State’s De’Janae Boykin and Keke Sevillian will both miss the rest of the season.

Mandy Coleman’s scoring is a bright spot for Oklahoma State.

With Macy Miller out, Lexi Alexander is thriving for South Dakota State.

The NCAA’s starting five this week includes Texas freshman Joyner Holmes.

BYU helped a former player fulfill a bucket list wish. She has cancer.

College coach news:

Coach Maureen Magarity has New Hampshire sitting atop the America East.

NCAA Tournament:

The new President declines to fill out an NCAA bracket this year.

Columbus has begun preparations for next year’s Final Four.

The 2018 Final Four logo was unveiled today.


North Carolina’s governor is urging the state legislature to repeal House Bill 2, or risk a six-year NCAA ban.