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15hEamonn Brennan

The (revised) Way-Too-Early top 25 in college hoops

There hasn't been a game in months. So how much can the rankings really change? With NBA decisions and transfers -- a lot. Well, except for the team at the top.

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Wildcats, Cavaliers get most from their recruits

Villanova and Virginia haven't always won big on the recruiting trail, but their methods have paid off. See which other teams join them in the ranks of the overachievers.

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20hEamonn Brennan

Looking ahead: Minnesota is a mess

After just eight wins on the court and an embarrassing number of incidents off of it, Minnesota needs to find a way to make things right.

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How C.M. Newton changed the face of the SEC

No one provided athletic opportunities for African-Americans in the South like Charles Martin Newton. At every stop of his career, he made unprecedented and controversial moves related to race.

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College basketball's biggest underachievers

Recruiting is the lifeblood of any program, but Kentucky leads the way among schools that have signed impressive classes only to see them fail to live up to expectations.

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Ohio State's growing pains should be over

Despite departures that will hurt frontcourt depth, the Buckeyes return their top six scorers and will have experience in the starting lineup.

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How will the ACC race play out in 2016-17?

Next season's ACC will likely be defined by one team: Duke. The league will be deep -- it always is, isn't it? But the Blue Devils are loaded and likely will start the season as the No. 1 team.

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College player dunks from behind foul line

Colby College's Pat Dickert, who stands at 6-foot-2, took off from behind the free throw line to jam it home.

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If Cal gets Marcus Lee, will help ease the blow a bit from losing Jordan Mathews. But Mathews loss really hurts Bears this season.

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Cal's Jordan Mathews averaged 13.5 points and shot 42 percent from 3 last season. Just told ESPN he is leaving and will be a grad transfer.

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Arizona State's Bobby Hurley has hired Anthony Coleman, source told ESPN — who was at adidas. Was also at USC with Kevin O'Neill.

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Ryan Aecidiacano and Daniel Ochefu present President Obama with commemorative jersey worn at Pearl Harbor tourney.

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President Obama on Kris Jenkins' shot: "that was a pretty good shot"

Watch: Villanova at the White House

The national champion Villanova men's basketball team will be honored by President Obama at the White House. Streaming live on WatchESPN

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President Obama begins remarks

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Inside the East Room, prepping for Villanova's White House reception.

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No a bad place to spend the day. Villanova meets President Obama in an hour.

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Walking over to the White House. Villanova meets President Obama at 4

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Oklahoma fans have experienced their fair share of heartbreak this year... • L in CFP • L in WCF Game 7 • L in Final Four

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Saint Joseph's 6-foot-10 big man Skylar Scrivano was granted a sixth-year by the NCAA. Looking to play elsewhere next season.