After enduring three brutally long days without college basketball, the NCAA Tournament made its triumphant return Thursday night.
Four days and two rounds are in the books, and the NCAA Tournament has left us with more questions than jaw-dropping moments.
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.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but more than half of the games of the NCAA Tournament are now behind us.
There’s always a ton of pressure on the first two days of tournament play. The years that are full of shocking upsets and buzzer-beaters have spoiled us.
During college basketball’s biggest week, sometimes I worry that I’m going out of my mind. The excitement builds and builds to a point where I put any kid on Christmas morning to shame.
The brackets have been revealed and the NCAA Tournament is right around the corner.
There are some basketball junkies who argue that the week of conference tournaments is actually more exciting than the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.