Can UNC become the third 1-seed to reach the Elite Eight? Meanwhile Florida/Wisconsin are evenly matched, and UCLA/Kentucky promises to be a treat.
With Day 4 of the NCAA Tournament in the rear-view, we look back at all ‘we’ got wrong over the weekend. I thought Duke was back—what happened there?
After two days of the NCAA Tournament, I was crying out for something big. Then Wisconsin arrived and took down the defending champions. That wasn’t all.
A Kansas championship in the Big 12 tourney likely means the No. 1 overall seed at the big dance. But can anyone else topple the Jayhawks?
In recent years, the Cincinnati Bearcats have been the gatekeepers of college basketball. Always tough, but never too dangerous. Until now.
The matchup of the weekend is Kansas vs. Kentucky, and it takes place Saturday night. Which side has the advantage at each position?
You don’t have to like it, but there’s no denying that John Calipari’s system works. Plus we look ahead to the best action this weekend, and a little extra.
Before the season began, Gonzaga was outside the Top 10. Baylor wasn’t even ranked. Fast forward, and they’re the only two undefeated sides remaining.
Even accounting for Ohio State’s loss yesterday to Penn State, the Big Ten is a step ahead of every other power conference when it comes to the CFB playoff.
Four weeks into the 2016 College Football season, 27 Division 1 undefeated teams remain. Of all of them, which have the best chance at running the table?
Time for conference play to ramp up around the college football landscape. Plus we focus on Cal’s Davis Webb and—have you seen how well Army’s been playing?
The Sooners are more than likely playing for their playoff lives this weekend against Ohio State. That, and for the hope of their conference.
These top seeds made it to the Sweet 16 for a reason.
It was a rough day for Kansas teams.
Which conferences will get the most bids to the tournament later this month?
The president wasn’t the only one making a big statement on Tuesday night.
Big time matchups in the Big Ten and Big 12 lived up to their billings.