Latest Tournament News

Andrew Catalon: American Conference Took A Step Forward This YearThe Cougars are a favorite dark horse pick for a Final Four run. CBS Sports play by play man Andrew Catalon understands why after seeing them play.
Grant Hill: Making A Final Four Run Is About Limiting DistractionsFormer Duke star and current CBS college basketball analyst Grant Hill knows a thing or two about making a deep tournament run. He shared his insights with us prior to this year's tourney.
Markus Howard: Players To Watch In NCAA TournamentMarquette's Markus Howard may be college basketball's most dynamic scorer. But how far can he take the Golden Eagles in the NCAA Tournament?
How To Watch 2019 NCAA Tournament: Dates, Game Times, & TV ScheduleGet that remote ready and pull out the laptop and tablet. You're going to need multiple screens for the first few days of tournament action.
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2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket Released: Duke, North Carolina, Virginia & Gonzaga Earn Top SeedsThe 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket has been released! Check out the matchups and join our bracket game for a chance to win $1,000.
Tournament Buzz: Bubble Watch Heading Into Selection SundayWith Selection Sunday coming, which teams can earn an NCAA Tournament bid, and which teams await conference tournament results?
Weak Second Half Dooms Horned Frogs In Big 12 TournamentTCU lost in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tournament on Thursday 70-61 to the Kansas State Wildcats.
3 Weeks Out, Preps Ramp Up For Final Four In MinneapolisThe NCAA Tournament's Final Four festivities in Minneapolis will include basketball, games and music, including a free Katy Perry concert.
Allie LaForce: Favorite Part Of The Tournament Is The Mass Chaos That EnsuesThe Turner Sports sideline reporter breaks down what she loves about this time time of year.
Ernie Johnson: My Dark Horse For The Tournament Is TennesseeThe Turner Sports studio host weighs in on why Tennessee could win the NCAA Tournament despite not being among the blue-blood programs.
March Madness Could Cost Employers More Than $13 Billion"Any attempt to keep workers from the games would most likely result in real damage to employee morale, loyalty and engagement..."