March Madness is upon us. The tournament begins this evening with the First Four and continues with four straight days chock full of games Thursday-Sunday. You’re probably filling out a bracket with visions of money dancing in your head. Here’s 5 tips to try and help out.
My big question for the committee – how did UCLA get into the bracket instead of Miami and Temple?
Known for its football prowess in recent years, Oregon (25-9) isn’t too shabby on the basketball hardwood either, much of which can be attributed to the play of Young.
Selection Sunday is tomorrow. That means the bracket analyzing and breakdown will begin in earnest late tomorrow night into Monday. The best part of the tournament, is the Cinderella team, let’s look at the 5 best in NCAA History.
Conference champions are being determined and automatic bids clinched, so we’re taking a look at some of the lesser known teams making the NCAA Tournament.
Here are the teams ranked 21-25 and a few key facts to help you get to know them.
Here are the teams ranked 16-20 and a few key facts to help you get to know them.
Here are the teams ranked 11-15 and a few key facts to help you get to know them.
Let’s face it, 70 percent of self-proclaimed sports fans have pretty much ignored college basketball up until this point. But by the end of the month, many of us will be screaming at our television sets hoping some 19-year-old from a university we’ve barely heard of hits his free throws. How are we going to get there?
This is the dilemma when you don’t win enough in January and February: You’re left in March scoreboard watching, hoping other teams lose. That’s where the Stanford men’s basketball team finds itself today as it prepares for its final two regular-season games.