All things college basketball by Eye on College Basketball writers Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie.
Former Pacific men's basketball assistant Joe Ford has resigned from his position on Don Verlin's staff at Idaho, a school official told CBS Sports on Friday. This development comes two weeks after CBS Sports reported an independent investigator had been hired to look into claims that Ford had acted inappropriately while on Ron Verlin's staff at Pacific.
Larry Brown will sit to start the season, and the Mustangs will do the same come March.
Louisville president James Ramsey noticeably stopped short of supporting Rick Pitino in a statement released Thursday, leaving some to wonder if the Hall of Fame coach will actually survive allegations that a staff member he hired secured escorts for players and recruits.
Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie discuss the latest news on the Louisville scandal, the CBS Sports All-America teams and the eligibility of Kentucky freshman Skal Labissiere.
The release from UL President James Ramsey is an update on Louisville's cooperation with the NCAA and his offering on the state of the school amid a scandal that has rocked college athletics.
The Big 12 released its preseason all-conference team, and for the first time in Big 12 history, four of the five members from last season's All-Big 12 team return.
The Eye on College Basketball team debates if Rick Pitino should be fired if the allegations are true. Also, the writers discuss who their highest-impact transfer is, as well as who it was hardest to leave off of their preseason All-America team.
Mississippi State's fortunes may rest with senior guard Craig Sword, Marquette faces a tough November schedule and other news and notes from Jon Rothstein.
Ohio State freshman JaQuan Lyle spoke with an NCAA investigator this week about his recruiting visit to Louisville and confirmed the gist of the allegations made about his trip to the school in June 2013, a source with knowledge of the NCAA's investigation told CBS Sports.
Memphis senior Kedren Johnson is dealing with a shoulder injury that could require season-ending surgery, coach Josh Pastner told CBS Sports early Thursday. Johnson started 17 games last season and averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 assists.

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