ESPN's panel talks SEC recruiting, including Kentucky's lost year, the rise of Alabama and the dark cloud that has hovered over the league's recruiting exploits.
- 11/25W 81-57
- 11/30L 82-64
- 12/1W 86-74
- 12/2W 88-71
- 12/12L 64-56
- 12/15W 83-80
- 12/19L 73-71
- 12/22W 85-69
- 12/29W 82-64
- 1/27W 71-63
- 1/5W 86-71
- 1/9W 94-90
- 1/12W 85-65
- 1/16W 90-59
- 1/19W 105-75
- 1/23W 81-73
- 1/26W 70-59
- 1/3024L 66-61
- 2/3W 78-60
- 2/618L 68-65
- 2/9W 81-78
- 2/13W 115-82
- 2/20W 82-78
- 2/2420L 81-66
- 2/27W 64-59
- 3/2W 70-58
- 3/6W 89-79
- 3/12W 85-48
- 3/13W 73-68
- 3/14W 80-79
- 3/2015W 68-55
- 3/2210W 96-77
- 3/2811L 88-78
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the SEC men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Alabama, KU in Florida part of '21-22 event fields
- Alabama freshman Primo to test NBA draft
- Bama fan's death prompts contact tracing in Indy
- Upset-savvy Bruins stem Tide, claim Elite 8 spot
A pair of men's college basketball blue bloods will enter 2021-22 with sky-high expectations.
The ESPN Events Invitational is led by preseason top-10 teams Alabama and Kansas, along with potential top-25 team Belmont -- one of six multiteam event fields announced Thursday.
Michigan remains atop the recruiting class rankings, but Gonzaga, LSU and Creighton added key prospects over the past few weeks.
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
Joshua Primo, the youngest player in college basketball this season, is entering the 2021 NBA draft but will retain the option to return to Alabama.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
Following the death of a noted Alabama fan, Indiana health officials are investigating whether anyone who was in Indianapolis for the NCAA tournament last weekend was exposed to the coronavirus by any Alabama resident.
Paul previews the NCAA tournament games tonight with South Carolina Coach Dawn Staley and former Arkansas Razorback and current SEC Network Analyst, Pat Bradley. Paul also talks to callers.
Mike Griffith, Atlanta Journal Writer, joins Paul to talk about the Georgia Bulldogs in the upcoming season. Paul also talks to callers.
Bernie Kosar, former QB of the University of Miami, joins Paul to talk about the late great Howard Schnellenberger. Paul also talk to callers.
It took overtime, but Mick Cronin's gutsy UCLA Bruins, a No. 11 seed that needed a win in the First Four just to keep playing, upset Alabama, the champion of the SEC and a No. 2 seed, on Sunday in the Sweet 16.
UCLA's back-and-forth game with Alabama that resulted in a Bruins victory in overtime brought out reactions from across the sports world, including from LeBron James.
— Jaime Jaquez Jr. scored 17 points, hitting two big jumpers early in overtime, and No. 11 seed UCLA held on after Alabama's Alex Reese drained a buzzer-beating 3-pointer at the end of regulation to beat the second-seeded Crimson Tide 88-78 in a Sweet...
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
Alan Hahn, Bart Scott, and Jay Williams begin the last hour of the show wondering what to make of Jared Goff and his time with the Rams. The guys wonder about his leadership and what to make of how they coached him. Nate Oats and Andy Enfield join the show to talk about their Sweet 16 runs.
Investigative Reporter for the Advocate, Andrea Gallo, updates Paul on the LSU situation. Also, callers weigh in on the NCAA tournament and the top 25 coaches list that Steward Mandel put out.
Arkansas Basketball star freshman, Moses Moody, joins Paul to talk about his team's chances to win the National Championship. Paul talks to callers about the NCAA basketball tournament and Alabama's pro day.
Can anyone trip up the top seeds? Coaches we consulted say the answer to that question is a resounding yes.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.