Lately I’ve been hearing a lot about how watered-down college basketball is and while I can’t completely disagree, it sure has made tournament exciting.
The members of the selection committee are feeling much better about themselves after the first weekend of the tournament.
Bernard James scored 14 points, Michael Snaer added 13 and Florida State showed there’s more to its game than defense with a 71-57 upset of second-seeded Notre Dame on Sunday night that put the Seminoles in the regional semifinals for the first time since 1993.
Not one but two shocking upsets at the United Center Sunday night. And not only were they upsets but blowouts as well. In the first game #11 Virginia Commonwealth dominated from start to finish eliminating […]
In a bracket filled with upsets, top-seeded Kansas is jumping for joy.
Having trouble finding the proper cable channel to watch your favorite NCAA basketball game? Well, the iPhone has an app for that.
I was really hoping to sit back and catch all the games yesterday. Unfortunately, my landlord has this annoying habit of wanting his rent every month so I had to pay some attention to other projects.
We are now at the start of the March Madness. We gather around our computers and smartphones and hope our teams have a successful run so we can get the unfiltered thrill that only comes with the purity of college basketball.
Don’t feel bad…..you are not alone. March Madness has become as American as the Air Jordans (made in China).
It’s filled with potential potholes and a bunch of hazard cones (orange ones, of course), and the only exit ramp off it leads straight back to Champaign.
Don’t be that guy, this year. We all hate him, the one shouting “I had that!” and strutting past cubicles when a four-seed loses to Buttcrack State on a flailing put-back.
With conference tournaments already underway, it’s not too late to to starting pegging some teams that could slip under the radar and do some damage once the big dance starts.
This year’s NCAA Tournament will be the biggest in its 72-year history. And as a result, there are a few changes to the format that all fans should be aware of.
Right now the NCAA’s focus is squarely on making sure the 68-team tournament goes off without a hitch, but that doesn’t they’re not considering expanding the tournament once again.
It’s official – March Madness is here and kicks into high gear this week as conference tournaments begin. Some sports fans say this is the best time of the year and I don’t argue with that.
It has been said that February is one of the dead spots in the sports calendar.
As the days of February begin to fall by the wayside by the NCAA men’s basketball tournament inches closer.
Across the country college basketball teams are getting ready for the final portion of the season. Some teams have already guaranteed a place in the NCAA Tournament, others will need every game to get there.
Well, B1G Ten fans, we are quickly approaching the meat and potatoes of the basketball season. Can you believe it?