With the Final Four picture officially set, it’s tough to look beyond the Tar Heels. Because sometimes, the obvious choice is the correct one.
Jump on the Gamecocks bandwagon now because you won’t get away with pretending you’ve been in their corner all along. They’re here now; how foolish were we?
John Calipari may not have led his Kentucky Wildcats to multiple National Championships, but we’re beginning to take his dominance for granted.
Monday night, history is at stake for Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide. But Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers will be looking to make history of their own.
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson has been no stranger to the spotlight while climbing the NCAA ranks—he’s never wavered. Look for more of the same Saturday night.
Hey, remember Villanova? You know, the team that won it all last year? They’re not going anywhere. Plus we discuss the fallout from the Champions Classic.
The Huskies haven’t competed for a National Championship since 1991, when they defeated Michigan. Right now, they’re playing like champions again.
In 1985, the NCAA Tournament was Georgetown’s to lose. And lose it they did, to the Villanova Wildcats.
The year: 1983. We all know about the NC State shot that wasn’t, but it ended up being arguably the greatest miss in college basketball history.
College basketball’s national championship game showed that the winners aren’t entirely “good” and the losers entirely “bad.”
Which teams have dominated their competition most similarly to recent national champions?
The Wildcats couldn’t overcome a faster, more fundamentally sound UConn team.