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O'Neil: Looking ahead at the Stanford Cardinal

Stanford lost four of its last five games and fell into the NIT. With rival Cal stocking up on prospects, the pressure is on coach Johnny Dawkins.

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19hJeff Goodman

Goodman: Complete guide to summer trips

Jeff Goodman looks at every Division I team taking a foreign trip this summer, including the Kansas Jayhawks and several other title contenders.

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Brown: Looking ahead at the UCLA Bruins

Three returning starters -- Bryce Alford, Tony Parker and Isaac Hamilton -- will form the Bruins' nucleus. The potential challenge is depth.

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Brennan: Looking ahead at the Utah Utes

Utah might be missing one piece with Delon Wright gone, but the Utes kept a big piece of their ever-building puzzle with the return of center Jakob Poeltl.

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Looking Ahead: Oregon Ducks

A talented recruiting class should help the Oregon Ducks compete in the Pac-12, a league that doesn't appear to have a clear favorite.

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6dDan Dakich

Dakich: Hiring the right, wrong type of coach

Dan Dakich reflects on the hiring season by grouping the coaches into different categories. Coaches with no meaningful experience -- like Chris Mullin -- will have a tough road, says Dakich.

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2015 class rankings

Caleb Swanigan's commitment to Purdue and Tevin Mack's decision to follow Shaka Smart to Texas shook up the 2015 landscape.

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ESPNU CBB Podcast: Welcome To The Neighborhood

Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talk with Arizona State's Bobby Hurley, Mississippi State's Ben Howland and Florida's Mike White about their new teams & the 30 second shot clock.

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Nebraska extends Miles' contract

Coach Tim Miles had his deal extended one year through the 2019-20 season. Miles, 47-49 in three seasons, took Nebraska to the NCAA tournament last season. Hired in 2012, he signed a 7-year deal. His salary was set to increase to $1.775M last month.