Bill Self Learned Of Andrew Wiggins Commitment To Kansas Via Twitter

Last Tuesday high school hoops phenom Andrew Wiggins shocked the nation when he announced that he was going to attend Kansas over heavy favorites Florida State, and Kentucky. The normally quiet Wiggins doesn’t conduct himself with much fanfare, so his announcement wasn’t huge or most importantly, nationally televised. The story of Kansas being able to

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Top HS Basketball Recruit Andrew Wiggins Commits To Kansas

Andrew Wiggins has committed to the Kansas Jayhawks in what only can be described as a shocker and a upset for Bill Self according to Grant Taylor.    Andrew Wiggins will be attending Kansas — Grant Traylor (@GrantTraylor) May 14, 2013 Wiggins also considered Florida State, Kentucky and North Carolina, but Florida State always seemed

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Report: Tennessee Employee Fired For Affair With Former Vols PG Trae Golden

This may not be on the lines of Bobby Petrino, but reports are surfacing that the misdeeds are just as juicy.  According to The Sports Animal 99 of WNML-FM, Jenny Wright, the director of the office of student judicial affairs, has reportedly been fired for failure to cooperate with a UT investigation into whether she had

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Bob Stoops Rips The SEC, Says It’s Not Strongest Conference

Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops is tired of hearing about the South Eastern Conference being the best conference college football. Stoops won’t deny that the top half of the SEC is dominant and stout with the likes of Alabama, LSU, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas A&M. After that though, Stoops isn’t buying the

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Michigan’s Mandated Ten Year Dissociation From Chris Webber Ends

Former Fab Five member and Wolverines star Chris Webber is free to return home if he so likes.  According to ESPN.com, the 10 year dissociation that the University of Michigan had with Webber, Maurice Taylor, and Luis Bullock has ended. The three former Wolverines now will have to want to reconnect with the school. And

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AAU Coach Says He Was Paid Thousands To Convince Ben McLemore To Enter Draft

A former AAU coach for Kansas guard Ben McLemore says he was paid thousands of dollars by prospective agents to convince McLemore to enter the 2013 NBA Draft. Darius Cobb, a AAU coach based out of St. Louis, told USA TODAY Sports that he accepted two cash payments of $5,000 during the regular season from Rodney Blackstock,

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NBA Draft Prospect Alex Len Out 4-6 Months After Ankle Surgery

Former University of Maryland center Alex Len declared for the NBA Draft figuring he’d be a lottery pick and that the decision was a no brainer. Len may be second guessing his decision now after receiving some tough news.  CSN Washington is reporting that Len underwent ankle surgery to stabilize a partial stress fracture in his left

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Peyton Siva & Girlfriend Enjoying The Kentucky Derby Festivities (Photo)

Last time we heard or saw from Louisville guard Peyton Siva, he was cutting down the nets after winning a National Championship for the Cardinals, and also being put on blast by escort Jenna Shea for what she says not paying her hush money and being a hypocrite about Jesus. Siva has surfaced again, and

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Kansas State PG Angel Rodriguez Transfers To Miami

The Miami Hurricanes just lost star point guard Shane Larkin to the NBA, but reinforcements are coming in the form of a tough-minded transfer. Kansas State point guard Angel Rodriguez is transferring to be closer to his family in Puerto Rico, and CBSSports.com is reporting that he will be going to the University of Miami. The 5-foot-11

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Indiana Guard Yogi Ferrell Has Hilarious 6th Grade Rap Released (VIDEO)

Indiana freshman point guard Yogi Ferrell once wanted to attend Duke University.  How do we know, because in this cool previously unreleased YouTube video, Ferrell at the .26 second mark raps about wanting to be a Blue Devil. Sunday a 6th grade rap from the guard was posted to YouTube with this tab. So I

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