With wins on Saturday, Loyola Chicago and Michigan punched tickets to the Final Four in San Antonio. Those two teams represent something bigger than themselves in this tournament. Loyola is the face
The Elite Eight is set and we’re just seven games away from crowning a champion. College basketball is coming down to the wire, with a few more tricks up its sleeve. The Sweet Sixteen offered a lit
It’s not every year that the Sweet Sixteen venue days are split by each side of the bracket, like this year. Thursday treated us to four games between the eight teams still alive on the left side o
The Sweet Sixteen is so perfectly timed in the college basketball world. We spent last weekend ingesting unhealthy amounts of hoops at all hours of the day, cutting back on sleep, healthy habits, and
As a college basketball diehard, I’m inclined to call this past weekend the best of any four-day stretch in all of sports. Scripting even half of what happened in the 40 games we’ve just send wou
The first round of the NCAA Tournament collects tons of attention and praise as one of the premier events in sports. The second round is relatively underappreciated by comparison, though based on wha
If you had any doubts about whether or not March would truly go mad, Friday answered those doubts with authority. We saw close games up and down the slate of games, highlighted by a historic upset.
There’s nothing like the anticipation of the first day of March Madness. I shake and squirm all morning until the first game tips off, before settling in to more than 12 hours of high-level basketb