— Mike Smith made three early 3-pointers as No. 7 Michigan raced to a 17-3 lead, and the Wolverines had little difficulty beating Maryland 87-63 on Tuesday night.
Courtside: Chris Holtmann previews Ohio State's showdown against Purdue. Plus, the guys share their thoughts on Baylor's Kim Mulkey
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Kim Mulkey’s comments about playing college basketball during a pandemic, if there’s a home court advantage this season, not panicking over Michigan’s loss, Auburn’s Sharife Cooper bursting onto the scene, Gonzaga Watch and Iowa’s roster construction. Then, Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann joins the show to talk about Kyle Young’s throwback style, an update on Seth Towns, Dakich wanting to take a bullet for Holtmann, Jae’Sean Tate making an impact with the Rockets and the happiest he’s ever seen his team. Later, quick hitters on Baylor, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas Tech.
- Gophers hand No. 7 Michigan first loss in romp
- Wolverines to be without Davis due to foot injury
- Louisville-Wisconsin postponed due to protocols
- Michigan lands 2nd top-10 recruit, has No. 1 class
Gonzaga and Baylor are in their own tiers atop men's college basketball. Everyone else, it seems, is fighting for No. 3.
Liam Robbins had 22 points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes to lead No. 23 Minnesota to a 75-57 victory over No. 7 Michigan on Saturday, handing the Wolverines their first loss.
— Liam Robbins had 22 points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes to lead No. 23 Minnesota to a 75-57 victory over No. 7 Michigan on Saturday, handing the Wolverines their first loss.
ESPN.com's college basketball experts make predictions for Michigan-Minnesota, Baylor-Texas Tech and other top games of the weekend.
The St. James NIBC Invitational will feature some of the top high school basketball teams and players in the country. Who are the big names?
Four Gonzaga starters make the updated rankings, but Iowa's Luka Garza still leads the way.
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby discuss the Houston’s James Harden problem, LeBron James' mid-game bet, Kyrie Irving’s future with Nets, Deshaun Watson being unhappy with Texans and Michigan blowing out Wisconsin. Plus, Duncan Robinson stops by the show.
Juwan Howard and the Wolverines are carrying the banner for the rugged Big Ten, while USC and UCLA had big weeks out west.
ESPN.com's college basketball experts make predictions for Texas-West Virginia and other top games of the weekend.
Jalen & Jacoby discuss the turmoil in D.C., the Knicks' solid start, the Celtics' game-winner, keys to Ravens-Titans, Bradley Beal’s 60-piece and dancing robots. Plus, the Michigan Wolverines are undefeated!!!
In a college basketball landscape increasingly dominated by impact freshmen, here are those who have excelled or left us wanting more.
— Freshman Hunter Dickinson scored a season-high 28 points as No. 10 Michigan pulled away and beat No. 16 Minnesota 82-57 on Wednesday night to remain unbeaten.
From Baylor to Winthrop, there are more undefeated teams than usual for this time of year. They'll probably all lose at some point. But when?
Texas handed Kansas a historic loss at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday. What kind of leap does the Longhorns' blowout merit?
— Hunter Dickinson scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half and No. 16 Michigan remained unbeaten with an 85-66 rout of No. 19 Northwestern on Sunday night.