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Getty Images Louisville guard Russ Smith often mentions Lil B (pictured) and abides by the rapper's mantras. Drake showed up for the 2011 Final Four, and Jay-Z himself sat behind Kentucky's bench at last year's national semifinal, but...Show More Summary
Chinese boxer Zou Shiming, 31, makes his professional debut on Saturday in what has the potential to be the most-watched telecast in the history of boxing.
They’re out there, the people who think the Final Four is a license to turn the NCAA tournament off now that most of the major upsets have happened.
Why does everyone hate Syracuse? Plus, putting horse racing into college basketball terms and the NHL’s confusing geography.
The Count: The season is just two games old, but the Mets' hot start suggests that they could be headed to a surprise playoff berth, while San Diego doesn't have as much to look forward to.
The story of Mike Rice's loud, abusive, mostly unhappy and recently ended tenure as men's basketball coach at Rutgers was never going to be a one-day story.
The Journal provides minute-by-minute analysis of the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal game between Real Madrid and Galatasaray. Joshua Robinson provides commentary.
The Count: In yielding a hit after 26 straight outs, Yu Darvish demonstrated once again that past performance doesn't guarantee future results when it comes to major-league pitchers. Even near-perfect ones.
The compiled video of Rutgers men’s basketball coach Mike Rice losing his cool at several practices goes beyond the tough talk that most athletes figure is the price of playing ball.
The Journal provides minute-by-minute analysis of thefirst leg of the Champions League quarterfinal game between Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
The Count: Pittsburgh has won 15 straight without any overtime losses, a standings sweetener the Penguins haven't tasted all season.
European Pressphoto Agency Boston's Jacoby Ellsbury swings through for an RBI infield single in the ninth inning against the New York Yankees. ext
After a set of tight, exciting Sweet 16 games, the Elite Eight was a dramatic letdown, with three of the round's biggest blowouts since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985.
It’s a Sports Retort miracle. Michigan vs. Syracuse in the Final Four. A big-time college basketball school, we debate whether the Orange are equipped to compete against the football big boys. Plus, baseball opening day and college hockey’s Frozen Four.
After four days of basketball that winnowed the Sweet 16 down to the Final Four, we're confronted with it again—we didn't know.
In an earlier essay, Elizabeth Temple Schoenfeld detailed how the drama of the NCAA tournament had her fully wrapped up in the madness. She wrote a follow-up from Indianapolis on Sunday night after Duke's 85-63 loss to Louisville in the Midwest Regional final.
The Count: When Coach Jim Boeheim said this year's Syracuse team was one of his best defensively, he was onto something. Unfortunately for the Orange, their offense isn't quite as good.
The Sports Retort podcast breaks down Friday's Sweet 16 matchups.
Syracuse held Indiana to 50 points and advanced to an Elite Eight matchup against Marquette.
How the excitement and drama of the NCAA tournament has one Duke fan wrapped up in the madness of March.