Randy Bolden takes over Choctaws Hoops and makes…

Mississippi College has found their successor to the legendary Mike Jones in their basketball program. Randy Bolden has been the new head coach of the men's basketball team. He becomes the first black head coach in Mississippi College athletics history as well. Randy is JPS product having played at Forest Hill and went on to star at Texas Southern. For the last four years he coached at Jones College and posted a 59-31 record and back to back 20 win season.

'The ball is tipped': Recollections of 'One…

“One Shining Moment” is set to return to millions of TV screens after unbeaten Gonzaga faces Baylor for the men's college basketball championship on Monday night

Analysis: Baylor bullied the Bulldogs to win national title

The big, bad Baylor Bears bullied college basketball’s beautiful game into a corner

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CBS crew has many fond Indianapolis Final Four…

This is Indianapolis’ eighth Final Four, and seventh to be broadcast by CBS

The Latest: Baylor 1st national title denies Zags perfection

Baylor is the national champion in college basketball

In AP survey, ADs raise worries about women’s…

A new AP survey of athletic directors and conversations with ADs and conference commissioners during March Madness show concern about what would happen to women’s college sports under proposals that would put more money in the pockets of some athletes

Watch a Shot for the Ages

Even those who don't buy into March Madness can appreciate the moment. Gonzaga's Jalen Suggs entered college basketball lore Saturday night by sinking a buzzer-beating 55-footer against UCLA to put his team into the national championship. Watch it here . At ESPN , Jeff Borzello calls "it one of the greatest shots...

Baylor Wins NCAA Men's Basketball Championship…

Men's college basketball crowned a champion for the first time in 728 days. Baylor ran past Gonzaga, 86-70 to win the NCAA men's tournament. It was the first loss of the season for the Bulldogs. The title game caps off a tournament that was played all in the Indianapolis area with limited crowds because of COVID-19. Baylor's coach talked about the challenges of this year after the win."At the beginning of the year, some guys were breaking up with girlfriends because they wanted to make sure they didn't get COVID and stayed in a bubble-like atmosphere," Scott Drew said. "Guys not going to see family, not going to see friends. Basically apartment, or wherever they're housed, the gym they really sacrificed a lot and I feel real blessed that they had an opportunity to play in the NCAA tournament."Last season's tournament was among the first major events canceled because of COVID-19.

FOX 7 Discussion: Calls for NCAA to follow MLB's…

Travis County GOP executive director Brian Ruddle and Ed Espinoza with Progress Texas talk about calls for the NCAA to pull college basketball tournament games from Texas.

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Players hear 'a lot of talk' from Emmert about Title IX, NIL

Three men's college basketball players say they heard “a lot of talk” from NCAA President Mark Emmert during a video call to discuss their concerns

Iowa's Luka Garza named AP men's college player of the year

Luka Garza of Iowa is The Associated Press men’s college basketball player of the year

Michigan's Juwan Howard named AP college coach of the year

Michigan’s Juwan Howard is The Associated Press men’s college basketball coach of the year

No NCAA Tournament, yet lots of memories for top D3 teams

For much of college basketball, this March has represented a step forward on the path to normalcy

March Madness 2021: Which NCAA Ballers Are Going…

March Madness is so much fun to watch because not only do you get to see good basketball, you also get to see who is on their way to becoming an NBA star. Let’s get into the college athletes who are sure to end up in the professional league. #marchmadness Subscribe ►► #thefumble For the latest in sports - Shop Merch : Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Find us on Instagram: The Fumble is sports news for the super fan. We cover everything from the NFL, NBA, MLB, MMA, NHL and every random sporting story in between. We tell you about the history-making plays, what your favorite athletes are up to after-hours, and take an irreverent, no BS take on sports. Watch The Fumble for the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of sports.

Supreme Court To Hear Case On NCAA Benefits

Men's and women's basketball teams are preparing for the Final Four this weekend. But college athletes hope to win another battle at the Supreme Court.The high court will hear oral arguments in a case involving their benefits Wednesday.The NCAA says limits are needed to prevent an escalated bidding war for players. But former college athletes argue the cap violates antitrust law.If the justices uphold a lower court ruling that doesn't mean schools would be forced to pay the athletes. But it would expand the educational benefits they could receive.