College Basketball News

UConn wins first outright Big East title since 1999 UConn wins first outright Big East title since 1999

No. 3 UConn routed Seton Hall to win its first outright Big East regular-season title since 1999 and cap a 16-0 record in home games.

Shead saves day for new No. 1 Houston vs. OU Shead saves day for new No. 1 Houston vs. OU

Jamal Shead hit a short follow shot with 0.4 seconds left as No. 1 Houston beat Oklahoma 87-85 to give coach Kelvin Sampson a victory over one of his former schools.

Purdue clinches share of 2nd straight Big Ten title Purdue clinches share of 2nd straight Big Ten title

Led by Zach Edey's 32 points and 11 rebounds, No. 2 Purdue beat Michigan State 80-74 to clinch a share of its second straight Big Ten regular-season championship.

Self sees positives in Kansas despite another loss Self sees positives in Kansas despite another loss

Despite an 82-74 loss to Baylor, Kansas coach Bill Self said he thought his skidding Jayhawks "did some good things."

Moore honored in Wisconsin return after '19 crash Moore honored in Wisconsin return after '19 crash

Former Wisconsin player and assistant coach Howard Moore received a standing ovation in his first public appearance at the Kohl Center since a 2019 car wreck that killed his wife and daughter and left him with serious injuries.

Marquette falls with star guard Kolek sidelined Marquette falls with star guard Kolek sidelined

Baylor Scheierman scored 26 points and made three straight 3-pointers late in the game Saturday to lead No. 12 Creighton to an 89-75 victory over No. 5 Marquette, which played without star guard Tyler Kolek and big man Oso Ighodaro.

Michigan strength coach resigns after absence Michigan strength coach resigns after absence

Jon Sanderson has resigned as a strength and conditioning coach at Michigan, two-plus months after he stopped working with the men's basketball program under coach Juwan Howard.