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Don't sleep on Saint Mary's after comeback win over Gonzaga
The Gaels imposed their will down the stretch to score a big win in Spokane, propelling them past the Zags atop the WCC and honing their tourney chops.
TCU's Fisher done for season after knee surgery
TCU point guard Jaylen Fisher had surgery Thursday to repair a meniscus tear in his right knee and will miss the rest of the season for the Horned Frogs.
NCAA prez wants reforms before '18 season
In his first speech since the world of men's college basketball was rocked by an ongoing federal investigation, NCAA president Mark Emmert said he has committed "to have meaningful change" and newly placed reforms before the start of the 2018 season.
Creighton's Krampelj tears ACL, out for season
Creighton forward Martin Krampelj will miss the rest of the season because of a major knee injury.
Selection committee considering new metrics
The coming months could be a test run for a new tool that eventually replaces the RPI in the NCAA tournament selection committee's evaluation of potential at-large teams.
Wooden Watch: Ohio State's Keita Bates-Diop among Big Ten's rising stars
Surprise names are emerging for consideration for Big Ten Player of the Year honors. Can any of them challenge the front-runners in the Wooden Award race?
Zion Williamson: What you need to know before he commits
Can Clemson or South Carolina keep the state's best player at home? Will a blue blood like Kansas or Kentucky poach the five-star? One of the few remaining five-star 2018 recruits commits Saturday.
Which early-season surprises are really contenders
There might not be one great team this season, but teams such as Oklahoma, Purdue and West Virginia have been pleasant surprises. Now we have to wait and see if they can really challenge for a national title.
Don't worry, Shockers, it happens to everyone
No. 7 Wichita State became the latest team to fall victim to the upset bug, losing to SMU. But losing to unranked teams isn't a big deal this season.
Bagley pops shoulder back in, finishes Duke win
After Marvin Bagley III had his shoulder pop out of place shortly after tipoff against Miami on Monday, he went to the locker room, was able to pop it back in himself, and returned to play in Duke's 83-75 win.