Tag Archives: College Basketball

NCAA President Comments on FBI Probe

Documents released last week from the FBI’s investigation into the corruption of men’s college basketball showed that players from more than 20 Division 1 schools possibly violated NCAA rules. On Saturday, NCAA President Mark Emmert emphasized the importance of making changes to the current rules of the NCAA. With NCAA …

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SEC Preview: Hot Hogs Host Wallowing Wildcats

Kentucky heads into a sold out Bud Walton Arena for a Super Tuesday bout with a scorching Arkansas Razorbacks team. https://twitter.com/RazorbackMBB/status/966011084565090311 Free-Falling Felines Kentucky is 1-4 in its last five games with its sole win being a 10-point home victory against a Crimson Tide squad that won its prior two …

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SEC Hoops: Kentucky, Alabama Fall and Tennessee Rises

No. 15 Tennessee continued their hot streak last night when they defeated No. 24 Kentucky 61-59. Tennessee has now won nine of their last ten games. Meanwhile, Mississippi State beat Alabama 67-63, Missouri beat Ole Miss 75-69, and Arkansas beat South Carolina 81-65. Trial and Triumph Kentucky’s struggles continue as …

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Preview: Kentucky At Missouri

No. 21 Kentucky (17-5, 6-3 SEC) travels to Columbia to face the Missouri Tigers (14-8, 4-5 SEC) in a conference showdown. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m. on Saturday. Missouri Struggling After beginning the season 10-2, despite losing freshman star Michael Porter Jr. in the season debut, the Tigers are …

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