What’s Next in the NCAA Basketball Scandal

As the college basketball scandal heard 'round the world develops, we take a look at the charges filed so far, the schools involved, and what might be forthcoming

Rick Pitino Placed on Administrative Leave

The Universit of Louisville has placed head coach Rick Pitino on unpaid leave and relieved athletic director Tom Jurich of his duties.

David McCormack Commits to Kansas

Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks have landed a commitment from center David McCormack, a Top 25 recruit from Oak Hill Academy

5-Star PG Immanuel Quickley Commits to Kentucky

Coack Cal and the Kentucky Wildcats landed their first prospect into their 2018 recruiting class today as 5-star point guard Immanuel Quickley committed.

Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland Ruled Immediately Eligible

The NCAA has granted a medical hardship waiver to Nebraska forward Isaac Copeland, making Copeland immediately eligible to play for the Cornhuskers.

Top 75 Recruit James Akinjo Commits to UConn

Head coach Kevin Ollie and the Connecticut Huskies landed a big fish for the 2018 recruiting class today in Top 75 overall prospect James Akinjo.

Aaron Henry Commits to Michigan State

The Michigan State Spartans received their fifth commitment into their 2018 recruiting class as rising prospect Aaron Henry picked MSU.

South Carolina’s Rakym Felder Suspended Indefinitely

The University of South Carolina has announced that sophomore guard Rakym Felder has been suspended indefinitely following his recent arrest.

Marvin Bagley III Reclassifies, Commits to Duke

The top recruit in high school basketball, Marvin Bagley III has announced his intention to reclassify into the 2017 class and attend Duke University.