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Indianapolis to host NIT, D2, D3 title games, Final Four in ’26

Indianapolis, the capital of a basketball-crazed state, will become the center of the college hoops world in the spring of 2026. Already chosen to host the 2026 Final Four, Indianapolis will also be the site of the NIT semifinals and finals and the Division II and Division III national championship

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UConn coach Dan Hurley agrees to new 6-year, $50M deal

Two-time defending national champion UConn and head coach Dan Hurley are in agreement on a new six-year contract worth at least $50 million that runs through the 2029-30 season. The new deal comes nearly one month after Hurley turned down a reported six-year, $70 million offer from the Los Angeles

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Dick Vitale announces new cancer diagnosis

Longtime ESPN college basketball broadcaster Dick Vitale faces a fourth cancer diagnosis since 2021, he said Friday, and will have neck surgery on Tuesday. “My report on the Biopsy of the Lymph Node in my neck has arrived & it is cancerous,” the 85-year-old Vitale announced Friday afternoon on X

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Texas lands K-State transfer forward Arthur Kaluma

Former Kansas State forward Arthur Kaluma announced Thursday that he is transferring to Texas. “Hook ‘em,” Kaluma wrote on Instagram along with a picture of himself in Texas gear, tipping a cowboy hat over his eyes. Kaluma transferred to Kansas State last year after two seasons at Creighton and posted

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George Mason coach Tony Skinn lands contract extension

George Mason men’s basketball coach Tony Skinn received a contract extension on Thursday that spans through the 2028-29 season. Financial terms were not disclosed by the school for Skinn, who last season led his alma mater to a 20-12 record in his first campaign at the helm. “We are committed

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Maryland-Georgetown renewing hoops rivalry in 2025

Regional foes Maryland and Georgetown will renew their rivalry with a four-game series starting in the 2025-26 season. The news was announced Tuesday by both schools, which are located just 23 miles apart but have not met since Nov. 15, 2016. The first meeting will be hosted by Maryland at

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Five-star F Will Riley commits to Illinois, reclassifies to ‘24

Will Riley, a five-star recruit in the Class of 2025, signed his letter of intent Sunday to play for Illinois and will reclassify to 2024. Riley became the highest-ranked recruit the Fighting Illini signed in “the internet era,” according to Illinois in a news release. Riley was the No. 9

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SWAC commissioner Charles McClelland receives contract extension

Southwestern Athletic Conference commissioner Charles McClelland received a contract extension through the 2032 academic year, the conference’s council of presidents and chancellors announced Friday. McClelland became commissioner of the SWAC in the summer of 2018 and has helped the league raise its profile in terms of football and men’s basketball.

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Bigger dance? Conferences weighing NCAA Tournament fields of 72, 76

Expansion plans for the NCAA Tournament were presented to Division I conference commissioners, who are also reviewing an option for the men’s and women’s annual March tournaments to remain 68-team events. No expansion of the men’s and women’s tournament would be approved for March 2025, but could be enacted for

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BYU lands four-star SF Kanon Catchings

Four-star small forward Kanon Catchings, the No. 38 recruit in the 2024 class per 247 Sports and a projected 2025 NBA lottery pick, committed to BYU on Tuesday. Catchings, who committed to Purdue after his sophomore year but was released from his letter of intent on June 6, also visited

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