College basketball has been a roller coaster ride ever since Duke started the season by routing Kentucky in October. It feels like the five months since have contained ten different seasons, with tea
After a slow first weekend of excitement, the NCAA Tournament’s second weekend stepped up to the plate and cranked a home run. It’s hard to imagine an Elite Eight slate of games producing more en
The Elite Eight sneaks up on us every March. After enjoying multiple games each day, tiring out our television remotes switching from one match-up to another, suddenly we have singular showdowns domi
With two rounds of relatively unexciting games last weekend, we were due for some classics in the NCAA Tournament’s second week. Friday did not disappoint. We saw a championship contender lose,
After enduring three brutally long days without college basketball, the NCAA Tournament made its triumphant return Thursday night.
With only one mid-major (Gonzaga) and one double-digit seed (Oregon)
Four days and two rounds are in the books, and the NCAA Tournament has left us with more questions than jaw-dropping moments.
The second round, especially Sunday, provided more close games, but not m
With three days now in the books, March has not exactly gone mad just yet. Only three of the 40 games played were decided by three-or-fewer points. Only one of those three featured a game-winning sco
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but more than half of the games of the NCAA Tournament are now behind us. With 32 games in the books and just 31 remaining, we are beyond the halfway point but fa