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Medcalf: Bo Ryan's departure a sign of changing times

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan's decision to retire after this coming season is only the beginning. Prepare yourselves, because other big names who aren't getting any younger might not be far behind.

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Recruiting: Wisconsin recruiting after Ryan

With Bo Ryan's announcement that he will step down after 2015-16, the narrative changes for Wisconsin on the recruiting trail. The No. 1 target remains forward Maverick Rowan, however.

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Brennan: Looking ahead at St. John's

Former St. John's hero Chris Mullin is coming home to coach the Red Storm. He arrives, though, with a roster in flux.

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Looking ahead: Villanova Wildcats

Unfortunately for last season's strong Villanova team, March is all anyone remembers. Jay Wright's next squad should return to the NCAA tournament.

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Looking Ahead: Connecticut Huskies

Connecticut has reason for optimism with a promising recruiting class and two key graduate transfers set to play next season.

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Summer targets: Georgetown Hoyas

Georgetown will lose top scorer D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, meaning coach John Thompson III will target scoring point guards this summer as the Hoyas prepare to open a new practice facility.


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Top-50 prospect Javin Montgomery-Delaurier has been offered by Louisville, per his AAU coach. Plays for Team Loaded.

Greenberg: Bo Ryan controls his legacy

ESPN's Seth Greenberg: "The way that he decides that he's going to step down is on his terms. Everything is on Bo's terms."


Constantly dancing in Wisconsin

Bo Ryan has helped build the Badgers' basketball program into a powerhouse and no number illustrates that more than his 14 tourney appearances in 14 seasons. Mike Krzyzewski, Mark Few and Tom Izzo are the only coaches with longer active streaks at one school.

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Bo Ryan to retire after 2015-16 season

ESPN's Jeff Goodman called Ryan's decision "surprising" because Wisconsin had made back-to-back Final Fours: "You'd think maybe he'd let this go a little bit longer."