Men's Basketball RPI
  • Team RPI
  • 1. Villanova
  • 2. Virginia
  • 3. Kansas
  • 4. Xavier
  • 5. Duke
  • 6. North Carolina
  • 7. Cincinnati
  • 8. Michigan
  • 9. Purdue
  • 10. Tennessee
  • Conference RPI
  • 1. Big 12
  • 2. Big East
  • 3. ACC
  • 4. SEC
  • 5. Big Ten
  • 6. Pac-12
  • 7. American Athletic
  • 8. Missouri Valley
  • 9. Mountain West
  • 10. Mid-American

Villanova, Louisville, Maryland and Wake Forest are all after DeMatha star Justin Moore

Justin Moore isn't into the theatrics. Quiet in demeanor, he is known to let his actions speak for him. So, before DeMatha's four-star guard makes a public decision on which college he will commit to, he wants to privately take his time and evaluate his options. But with the prominence of Moore

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Are there any graduate transfers who the Mustangs could add?

Adam Grosbard, SMU beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answers your questions about the Mustangs and the American Athletic Conference in a live chat recently. Here are some highlights. Question: Are there any grad transfers still on the basketball market who would make for a

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Men's Basketball Polls - Final (Apr 3)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Virginia
  • 2. Villanova
  • 3. Xavier
  • 4. Kansas
  • 5. Michigan State
  • 6. Cincinnati
  • 7. Michigan
  • 8. Gonzaga
  • 9. Duke
  • 10. North Carolina
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Villanova
  • 2. Michigan
  • 3. Kansas
  • 4. Duke
  • 5. Virginia
  • 6. Texas Tech
  • 7. Loyola-Chicago
  • 8. Xavier
  • 9. Purdue
  • 10. Gonzaga

Illini still searching for an identity

CHAMPAIGN — Identity can be everything for a men's college basketball program. Some have never changed. Think 42 seasons of Jim Boeheim at Syracuse and his use of a matchup 2-3 zone. Other coaches adapt in special circumstance like former Illiniois coach Lon Kruger at Oklahoma when he tailored his

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Big East Week: Checking in on the new Big East

Prior to the big split in 2014, the contemporary Big East had an average rank of 2.75 and produced 1.125 No. 1 seeds per year, topped off one Final Four team per year and two national championships via now ex-members Louisville and UConn. Since the breakup, the average rank is worse at 3.2, but they

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