LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) Texas Tech added another transfer Monday in Bryson Williams, who is set to play for his third college in his fifth and final season. Williams spent the past two years at UTEP after starting his career at Fresno State. With Terry joining former Texas Tech coach Chris Beard's staff at Texas, Williams is moving on as well after averaging 15.1 points per game last season with UTEP.
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Former Georgia guard K.D. Johnson is transferring to Southeastern Conference rival Auburn. Tigers coach Bruce Pearl said Monday that Johnson has signed an Athletics Financial Aid Agreement to play for Auburn next season. The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder played in 16 games last season after being declared eligible before the Auburn game.
Caleb Furst on starting off at Purdue and much more.
Just when we thought the picking from the transfer portal was over, Kansas State finds another in the secondary that appealed to them. The Wildcats have added Kennesaw State defensive back Cincere Mason. Mason will have two years of eligibility remaining, technically, though he is a graduate transfer.
Mr. Basketball runner-up and Purdue recruit Trey Kaufman-Renn missed the second half of the 86-70 win after falling on his right hand in the first half, ending his night after he'd gone for 10 points and six rebounds in just under 13 minutes prior to halftime. Caleb Furst was instrumental in making sure the Indiana All-Stars weren't seriously threatened in the final 15 minutes.
In a recent interview, Lonzo Ball revealed he would have rather gone straight from high school to the NBA rather than attend UCLA.
Lonzo Ball hasn't had many low points in his career but did recently reveal the lowest moment of his basketball career.
Basketball, football and more in today's University Book Store Headlines. And happy 50th birthday to Matt Waddell!
Andy Katz catches up with Colorado men's basketball head coach Tad Boyle for a Pac-12 chat to discuss an assortment of topics including McKinley Wright IV's NBA prospects, the Pac-12's success at the 2021 NCAA Tournament, and what Buffs fans can look forward to in the 2021-2022 season. Download the Pac-12 Now App today and set alerts for men's basketball to make sure you never miss a moment of the action. Pac-12 Now is available today in your app store for iOS, Android, and Apple TV.
With the NBA draft lottery and combine less than two weeks out, we can reflect on the biggest risers and fallers in this draft class so far.
Tom Izzo likes the makeup of Michigan State basketball's new-look roster as the Spartans open summer workouts.
It seems as if John Wooden's unmatched UCLA run has largely been ignored in all the deserving tributes to Coach K since he announced his retirement.
With Jon Scheyer taking the reins of the Duke men’s basketball program, all eyes will be on the 33-year-old as he roams the sidelines during games. Duke is and has been one of the premier college basketball programs over the last 40 years. Scheyer will step into a position where he’ll inherit control over one of, if not THE biggest brand in college basketball.
Blue Valley's Charlie Weinrich is a kicking prospect that is getting some looks from Kansas State.