College Football Championship Fan Central Opens Friday
NCAA: Record Attendance Set At Final Four In ArlingtonThe tournament in North Texas set a new weekend attendance mark with 158,682 attending the three NCAA tournament games, 9,006 more than last year in Atlanta.
Singers From Booker T. Give Star-Spangled NCAA PerformanceBefore basketball history was made Monday at AT&T Stadium, a very talented group of singers took to the court. The singers, who backed up country singer Darius Rucker, were all from Booker T. Washington High School in Dallas.
Why I'm Filling Jerry's Cowboys Suite With...Kittens!Jerry Jones owns a suite at AT&T Stadium, so he was both the 'host' of Monday night’s NCAA championship game and the host of a party in his suite.
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Huskies Shine Again In Underdog RoleNo matter how many times the UConn Huskies were told they couldn't do something, they wouldn't listen. Well, look who's woofing now.
Five Things: UConn’s Defense, Foul Shooting Fuel ChampionshipLast night, the Huskies cut down the nets in Dallas after beating Kentucky 60-54 to win the school's fourth national championship. Consider that Kentucky needed four straight late escapes to reach the final and you get a sense for what kind of Tournament this was.
Mask Behind The Mask At UConnCaught up with UCONN mascot Jonathan the Husky deep in the bowels of AT&T Stadium in Arlington before the NCAA Championship game.
UConn's Boatright Feeds Off Defensive DisruptionRyan Boatright plays defense like a personal-space-invading bully, getting into his opponent's chest, bumping him around, chopping at his arms, tangling up his feet.
Texas Trio Hoping To Lead Kentucky To NCAA ChampionshipA trio of teenaged Texans is hoping to lead the Kentucky Wildcats to the NCAA Championship tonight in Arlington.
Louisville Tops Michigan To Win 3rd NCAA TitleTheir best player was struggling and their main backup was on the bench with a broken leg.
Baylor hopes to keep perfection going next yearWith the 6-foot-8 superstar and the other four starters all coming back next year, the Lady Bears will be the heavy favorite to win another title, if not go unbeaten for a second straight year.