2013 NCAA Tournament
Papa John’s founder, CEO, and spokesperson John Schnatter was spotted celebrating Louisville’s win over Michigan last night, and it appears Papa may have had a little too much fun.
Seconds after his Louisville Cardinals won the NCAA Championship game, the look on Rick Pitino’s face turned from pure to joy to sheer horror.
Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware will travel to the Final Four on his crutches and expects to be a big presence for the Cardinals.
Louisville guard Kevin Ware was released from an Indianapolis hospital Tuesday and is headed back to campus, two days after breaking his right leg during the Cardinals’ Final Four-clinching victory.
Louisville guard Kevin Ware had successful surgery on his broken right leg Sunday night.
A night after the social media world exploded with criticism of Doug Gottlieb over a comment he made on CBS’s coverage of the NCAA Tournament, the basketball analyst joined 670 The Score to discuss the situation.
With all the excitement and gravitas and craziness of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament come a few lame byproducts.
Despite the popularity of the clichéd, post-victory cry, nobody really “shocks the world.”
Marshall Henderson shook out of a shooting slump and scored 17 points in the second half, leading 12th-seeded Mississippi past No. 5 Wisconsin 57-46 on Friday, giving the Rebels their first NCAA tournament win since 2002.
The last time Illinois and Colorado squared off in a game that truly meant something, the Fighting Illini fell far behind, staged a furious comeback and escaped with a dramatic one-point victory.
President Barack Obama is picking Indiana to go all the way in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
I suck. Those of you who take the time to type comments on columns on the Internet—pardon me, “articles,” to use your term—know that already. But when it comes to filling out an NCAA Tournament bracket, I really suck.
Illinois ran out of the gate to start this season, a hot-shooting surprise that opened 12-0 just months after imploding in a way that made observers wonder whether the Illini might carry the effects for some time.
Adam Hoge has spent the better part of the last 42 hours breaking down the bracket and digging up answers to those bracketing questions you have.
If you know who New York Times blogger and statistician Nate Silver is, you know how shockingly accurate his predictions can be.
Check out the full TV schedule for this weekend’s NCAA Tournament games!
View and print the entire NCAA Tournament bracket here!