Kentucky, Villanova Stay 1-2 In Men's Basketball; Baylor UpKentucky and Villanova remain the top two teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll while Baylor made the week's biggest jump, from No. 20 to ninth.
Notre Dame No. 1 In Preseason AP Women's Poll, Baylor SecondIt's been 15 years since Muffet McGraw and Notre Dame were No. 1 in the poll.
No. 21 Texas Starts Season Short With Injury, SuspensionsShaka Smart will start his second season as Texas coach a bit short-handed.
1966 Texas Basketball Team Among Harvard W.E.B. DuBois Medal HonoreesA civil rights-era Texas basketball team is among the recipients of Harvard University's 2016 W.E.B. Du Bois medals.
Hield Gets Another Player Of Year Trophy After Final 4 DefeatOklahoma senior guard Buddy Hield has won the James A. Naismith Trophy as the nation's top college player.
Five Things: Syracuse Crashes Final FourThe Final Four in Houston is set and features three teams that spent time at No. 1 in the rankings this season and…Syracuse, a 10 seed that saved its best basketball for the Big Dance.
Baylor Women In 3rd-Straight Elite 8 With 78-58 Win Over FSUBaylor is going to the Elite Eight for the third straight year after a 78-58 victory over Florida State on Saturday.
Texas Women Come From Behind To Beat UCLA 72-64 In BridgeportTexas scored the first 10 points of the fourth to take a 58-54 lead, and did not trail again.
Hield Gets 37, Oklahoma Beats Oregon 80-68 To Hit Final FourOklahoma advanced to its first Final Four since 2002 with an 80-68 victory over Oregon in the West Region final of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Coach Patrick Chambers: "I Want To Make Penn St. Known For More Than Just Football"As part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Penn St. men's basketball head coach Patrick Chambers discusses changing the football-only mentality.
Why The Oklahoma Sooners Will Represent The West Region In The Final FourThe No. 2 seeded Oklahoma Sooners are going to end up in the Final Four and here's why.
Spanarkel: A Number One Seed Will Go Down And Not Make Final FourCBS Sports college basketball analyst Jim Spanarkel has been just as confused by the results of this tournament as anyone else, but he does think one of the number one seeds will go down.

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