North Texas is cleaning up after the NCAA Final Four came to a close on Monday night. While the actual games were played in Arlington, there is work to be done all over DFW.
Tuesday looks to be a busy day at DFW International Airport, as fans who were in town for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game start heading back home.
Turn off the lights. The game is over. Connecticut won. But organizers across North Texas hope to do it again and again, already looking ahead to the next big event.
One by one, players in the Kentucky locker room said essentially the same thing. They had not given the NBA a second thought, much less a first, during their stirring Final Four run.
Shabazz Napier scored 22 points and Connecticut won its second NCAA title in four years, beating all those Kentucky freshmen 60-54 in the championship game on Monday night.
The energy at AT&T is like nothing I’ve ever experienced in the stadium. The fans are completely split, much like Texas-OU but with a different feel.
A trio of teenaged Texans is hoping to lead the Kentucky Wildcats to the NCAA Championship tonight in Arlington.
It is an unlikely matchup, pitting a No. 8 seed in Kentucky against a No. 7 seed in Connecticut for the NCAA championship trophy. Who is going to come out on top?
During Saturday’s NCAA Final Four at AT&T Stadium, the image of Jerry Jones was flashed on the gigantic TV screen that hangs over the court – and doubles it in size.
After years of planning, North Texas will host the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game on Monday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The Fab Five came onto the national basketball landscape like a thunder dunk. You had to notice the five baggy-shorts-wearing freshmen starters from Michigan who made their way to the national championship game.
Connecticut’s latest national championship game will be very different from the previous eight the Huskies have played — and won.