An active night in college basketball has prompted a number of pressing questions.
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— Alex Lomax came off the bench to score 14 points and lead Memphis to a 76-72 win over SMU on Tuesday night.
- Hardaway agrees to 5-year extension at Memphis
- No fans allowed for Grizzlies, Memphis hoops
- NCAA: All Div. I transfers get waiver, can play
- Ohio State, Memphis in Crossover Classic field
— Moussa Cisse scored 14 points with nine rebounds and Memphis beat East Carolina 80-53 on Sunday.
— Landers Nolley II had 16 points and seven rebounds, and Moussa Cisse had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lift Memphis to a 72-52 win over Wichita State on Thursday night.
— Rey Idowu made 1 of 2 free throws, followed with a jump shot, Tulsa took the lead with 4:48 left and went on to hold off Memphis 58-57 on Sunday.
In a college basketball season like no other, these are the teams, players and coaches causing eyebrows to raise throughout the sport.
— Lester Quinones made a 3-pointer with 1:07 left to give Memphis the lead en route to a 58-57 win over South Florida on Tuesday night.
— Austin Richie posted 14 points as Tulsa topped Memphis 56-49 on Monday night.
Memphis coach Penny Hardaway has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season, the school announced Monday.
No fans will be allowed inside FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee, to watch either the NBA's Grizzlies or the Memphis men's basketball team due to rising COVID-19 cases.
— Lester Quinones had 20 points as Memphis beat Tulane 80-74 on Wednesday night.
The waiver covers all Division I sports, and the most immediate impact will be felt in men's college basketball, in which a number of notable players will be able to suit up immediately.
— Justin Powell scored 26 points, Allen Flanigan scored 16 and Auburn beat Memphis 74-71 in a Holiday Hoopsgiving matchup on Saturday.
Prospects committed to Kentucky, Syracuse and other big college basketball schools moved up the rankings.
With the latest ESPN 100 update, Kentucky, Louisville and Creighton all made moves in the top 15.
— D.J. Jeffries had 21 points as Memphis easily beat Mississippi Valley State 94-57 on Tuesday night.
— Landers Nolley II had 23 points as Memphis topped Central Arkansas 85-68 on Friday night.
— Landers Nolley II had 23 points as Memphis romped past Arkansas State 83-54 on Wednesday night.
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast discussing the first week of college basketball, including Richmond upsetting Kentucky, Clemson taking out Purdue and Mississippi State, Memphis’ volume shooter problem, where things stand with Virginia after losing to San Francisco, Gonzaga playing at another level, Michigan State’s versatility, Dakich’s love affair with Derek Culver, the A10, and why there’s no need to be concerned with Villanova.
— Vince Williams Jr. scored 15 points, KeShawn Curry added 12, and VCU beat cold-shooting Memphis 70-59 on Friday night to finish third at the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic.
— Charles Bassey had 21 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks as Western Kentucky beat Memphis 75-69 on Thursday.
After an eight-and-a-half month hiatus, college basketball returned on Wednesday. Here's everything we found out.