With a few days to go before basketball resumes, the only thing we can do to quench our March Madness thirst is talk about what was and what is still to come in this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Kentucky vs. Notre Dame was the highest rated NCAA game to air on cable and the Final Four ratings should be even higher.
Tony Romo has long been a “curse” to the team’s he’s supported, particularly when he shows up at the games — at least that’s the perception.
It is the fifth time at least three No. 1 seeds reached the Final Four. The only top-seed sweep was in 2008.
The Fighting Irish routed the Lady Bears last year in the regional final, and Baylor’s players weren’t shy about saying they wanted another crack at Notre Dame.
Mike Krzyzewski is living in the moment with his youngest team ever, not thinking too much about the significance of his latest trip to the NCAA Final Four.
Travis Trice learned it’s far less nerve-wracking playing with a Final Four berth on the line than it is getting basketball score updates by phone.
Wisconsin’s frontcourt players are turning into stars with stirring performances in the NCAA Tournament.
The Wildcats (38-0), seeking to become college basketball’s first undefeated champion in 39 years, advanced to the Final Four in Indianapolis next week.
An emotional Rick Barnes fought back tears in saying goodbye to Texas after 17 years, says he isn’t bitter about being fired.
With March Madness in full swing, many people try their luck at filling out the perfect NCAA Tournament bracket.
Texas coach Karen Aston hasn’t seen the tape from her first meeting with Connecticut, which came in the 2003 Final Four. The Longhorns lost by two that night when Aston was an assistant coach.