It’s another great day for The Roundup. Check out this wide variety of great stories – all you need is to click and read.
Who are the 25 most-intriguing people in college basketball this season? Yahoo!Sports’ Pat Forde offers his list to answer that question.
The Butler basketball program has had two of its greatest former players did this year but there have been other tragedies to endure. Nicole Auerbach of USA Today explains how the Butler basketball family has endured.
Junior Allen Lazard could become the greatest receiver in Iowa State history but he faces the difficult choice of returning for his senior season or declaring for the NFL Draft. Via Tommy Birch of the Des Moines Register.
Hola: Texas has a uniquely entertaining Spanish language broadcast crew. Max Olson of ESPN.com explains.
Wisconsin began the season facing one of the nation’s toughest schedule and the Badgers have put themselves in position to win the Big Ten West Division thanks to Paul Chryst’s steady hand. Bill Bender of The Sporting News reports.
A great in-depth look at Texas second-year coach Shaka Smart. Kudos to Jonathan Abrams writing for Bleacher Report’s The Lab.
New UNLV coach Marvin Menzies took over a team with just three scholarship players on the roster and he’s patched together a team for this season. Ed Graney of Las Vegas Review-Journal provides the details.