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What Wichita State’s move to the AAC means for Loyola

At least in the short term, Wichita State's decision to leave the Missouri Valley for the American is a blessing for Loyola. Twice in the...

UIC overmatched by SMU in 67-46 loss

UIC (3-9) fell to 0-6 in games played away from home Wednesday with a 67-46 at SMU (7-3). After trailing 29-15 at halftime and by...

UIC snaps skid with 71-60 win against UCF

Behind a career night for senior guard Jay Harris, UIC (3-7) ended its three-game losing streak Thursday with a 71-60 win against UCF (5-3). The...

Tulane 83, Loyola 70

Loyola fell to Tulane 83-70 Wednesday in its return to Gentile Arena. The Ramblers (4-2) have had trouble rebounding all season with their small...

Former UIC guard Pat Birt commits to Tulsa

Junior college guard Pat Birt committed to Tulsa, according to a tweet by Eric Bossi of Rivals. Birt played his freshman season at UIC last...

2014-15 College Basketball Preview: Picking champions for every conference

With practice underway and the first games only a handful of weeks in the future, it's time for The Catch and Shoot to start rolling...

Ultra Early Top 25 for the 2014-15 Season, Draft Deadline Edition

Rosters for the 2014-15 season are closer to being set now that the NBA Draft deadline has passed and we are getting deeper into the...

Ultra Early Top 25 Rankings for the 2014-15 College Basketball Season

Three cheers for college basketball withdrawal! The 2013-14 season wrapped up Monday night with Connecticut defeating Kentucky in the national championship game, and now...

Midwest Region: Like it or not, Kentucky is a Cinderella

Face it. If these Kentucky players wore the name of just about any other school across their chests, they would be national darlings right...

Midwest Region: Throw previous meeting, rivlary out the window for Kentucky-Louisville...

"We understand what’s at stake," Louisville head coach Rick Pitino said Thursday. "I’ve been in the state 20 years, and the game to me...