The 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.
On the night of the NCAA championship in Arlington, two former athletes became villains in the towns in which they competed. All they did was speak their minds — and possibly, the truth.
Yeah, UConn won the National Championship game over Kentucky’s incredible freshmen 60-54. It was a thrilling game, but the fans of basketball were the real winners.
Jerry Jones built the massive room in Arlington to host the biggest parties in the world, and record breaking numbers of NCAA basketball fans showed up to party.
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.
If there’s one thing Kentucky fans do well, it’s travel to basketball games. But on Friday in Dallas, they were no where to be found.
The Gators have won every game since that loss at Connecticut on Dec. 2. The teams meet again Saturday in the Final Four. They both have changed and they both have stayed the same.
From Dallas to Arlington to Fort Worth, there are signs that the upcoming Final Four NCAA games are near.
The NCAA Final Four has given us many amazing moments in its illustrious history. Here are the top 5.
North Texas is hosting more than just the Final Four this weekend. AT&T has launched the “NCAA Final Four North Texas” app to keep you updated on everything happening across the metroplex.
Turner Sports and CBS are experimenting with airing two additional telecasts of both NCAA semifinals. Along with the main coverage on TBS, there will be separate versions on TNT and truTV with different announcing crews connected to each school.