The referee who blew an out of bounds call that went in favor of Syracuse in their NCAA Tournament opener is a referee who primarily officiates Big East games.
Syracuse almost became the first No. 1 seed ever to lose to a No. 16 seed in the NCAA Tournament, but they avoided the upset thanks to some help from the referees.
For the past week or so, UPS has been taking advantage of March Madness by running the clever advertisement that you see above.
We here at LBS thought it would be fun and useful to compile a list of the NCAA Tournament bracket picks and Final Four selections from some of the top college basketball analysts and writers.
With Fab Melo ruled ineligible for the NCAA tournament, some are wondering if Syracuse is destined for an early exit.
It’s that time of the year again — the time when every Tom, Dick, and Harry who has no idea what they’re talking about gets to play expert for a few days.
If you have ever happened upon a big dance, we would like to hear from you. If you know someone who has had their ticket punched, please let us know.
Very few teams in the 2012 NCAA Tournament had a better shot at cutting down the nets in April than Syracuse.