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Kentucky Wildcats' Willie Cauley-Stein Connects with Impressive Alley-Oop

Well, it's not looking good for the West Virginia Mountaineers as they trail big time in their Sweet 16 matchup with the Kentucky Wildcats. Willie Cauley -Stein isn't making it any easier for them either. Check out the video above to see the 7-footer connect big time. Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com

Aaron Harrison Injury: Updates on Kentucky Star's Finger and Recovery

The Kentucky Wildcats were briefly down one Harrison twin after Aaron Harrison went down injured against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the Sweet 16. Continue for updates. Harrison Injures Finger Against Mountaineers, Returns Thursday,...Show More Summary

Arizona Wildcats' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Leaps and Slams Down Dunk

Things are definitely heating up as the Arizona Wildcats take on the Xavier Musketeers in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night. Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is having a great game and is scorching-hot. Check out the video above to see this clutch dunk. Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com

Kentucky's Double Block on WVU's BillyDee Williams Sums Up 1st Half

The West Virginia Mountaineers were hoping to pull off a huge upset against the Kentucky Wildcats in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night. The first half didn't go as planned, to say the least. Late in the first half, with the Mountaineers already trailing by 25 points, West Virginia junior BillyDee Williams went up for a dunk attempt. Show More Summary

Texas to Rick Barnes: Change your staff or you will be fired

Texas is dissatisfied with the status of its men’s basketball program and sent a message to head coach Rick Barnes. According to My San Antonio’s Mike Finger, athletic director Steve Patterson had two meetings with Barnes and told the coach to make changes to his staff otherwise he would be fired. The Longhorns were a...Read More

Texas AD mulling Barnes' status, report says

Rick Barnes will need to make significant changes with the Texas Longhorns if he want to keep his job, The Austin American-Statesman has reported, citing an unnamed source familiar with the situation.

Rushed Reactions: #1 Wisconsin 79, #4 North Carolina 72

Three Key Takeaways. The Badgers Took a Hit For Most of the Game But Clamped Down Late to Move to the Elite Eight (USA Today Images) Just Needed A Spark. At the 11:11 mark in the second half, the whistle sounded a media timeout with Frank Kaminsky, having taken a hand to the face, laying on the ground in pain. Show More Summary

Coach K Will Win and Lose

The sobriquet, long synonymous with the Blue Devils boss Mike Krzyzewski, also belongs to Larry Krystkowiak, whose fourth-seeded Utes play top-seeded Duke on Friday.

Rick Pitino Defends Jim Boeheim

Pitino, a former assistant to Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim and now Louisville’s coach, chided the N.C.A.A. for its multiyear investigation into Boeheim’s program.

West Virginia Player Accidentally Trips Referee While Sitting on the Sideline

During the West Virginia-Kentucky game, Gary Browne accidentally tripped a referee while he sat on the sideline. Luckily, the referee was uninjured. Check out the video above to see the ref take a hard fall. Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com

Kentucky's Marcus Lee Extends Early Lead over WVU with Powerful Alley-Oop

The Kentucky Wildcats continued to show just how dominant they can be with a huge early run in their Sweet 16 matchup against the West Virginia Mountaineers. Early in the first half of Thursday's game, Kentucky sophomore Marcus Lee threw down a big dunk off of an alley-oop pass to extend the Wildcats' early lead. Show More Summary

NCAA Scores 2015: Tournament Results Tracker for Thursday's Sweet 16 Bracket

The first four of college basketball's Elite Eight were decided Thursday with a series of four games in the Midwest and West Regions. Wichita State attempted to continue its Cinderella run after toppling second-seeded Kansas in the Midwest. Show More Summary

Top-seeded Wisconsin, Notre Dame advance to Elite Eight

Wisconsin beats North Carolina, Notre Dame downs Wichita State to move on to Elite Eight        

Sam Dekker scores career high after Aaron Rodgers' challenge

Credit Aaron Rodgers with an assist in Wisconsin’s 79-72 win over North Carolina in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday. The star of the game was Badgers junior forward Sam Dekker, who posted a career-high 23 points and added 10 rebounds in the victory. He also helped solidify the win by making...Read More

Brey Day: Notre Dame’s coach makes first Elite Eight after a vintage performance

Did you know that Mike Brey has been coaching at Notre Dame since Y2K? Yes, since the year 2000, the Coach K protege has led the Fighting Irish from the bench. That’s a long time for any coach, and it’s a long time to go without an Elite...Show More Summary

Nevada gives Musselman 5-year, $2M deal

The state Board of Regents approved a five-year contract worth $2 million Thursday for new Nevada basketball coach Eric Musselman, a two-time former NBA coach who says he's already on the recruiting trail and is planning to run a high-octane offense.

Nevada coach Musselman gets 5-year, $2M deal; Pack will run

New Nevada coach Musselman gets 5-year, $2M deal; plans up tempo attack        

Rushed Reactions: #3 Notre Dame 81, #7 Wichita State 70

Three Key Takeaways. Jerian Grant and Pat Connaughton Are Moving On to the Elite Eight (USA Today Images) Time to recognize the Irish. It seems inconceivable that an ACC championship team could fly under the radar, but that is what Notre Dame has done for much of this season. Show More Summary

Sam Dekker, Frank Kaminsky lead No. 1 Wisconsin to second consecutive Elite Eight

After Dekker scored 15 points in the first half, Kaminksy scored 15 in the second half for the Badgers.

West: Wisconsin 79, North Carolina 72: Wisconsin Wins a Battle Against North Carolina

The Tar Heels seemed poised for an upset against the top-seeded Badgers, but a fight for a rebound awakened Frank Kaminsky, who led Wisconsin to victory.

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