Believe it or not, there are three minor conference tournaments beginning on Tuesday, meaning that Selection Sunday is drawing extremely nigh and that once-a-week projected brackets aren't cutting the mustard any longer. Most of theShow More Summary
The NCAA tournament is more about team matchups than player matchups, but that does not mean great one-on-one battles won't make the tournament that much more exciting. College Basketball analysts Jordan Schultz and Jason King join Stephen Nelson to talk about two matchups they desperately want to see in the Big Dance. Show More Summary
From Goodell to Rovell to Florio, plus Lance Stephenson shows up.
It’s a new world for CBS and Turner Sports as they embark upon another March to Madness. Bill Raftery will call his first Final Four on television, to the delight of 99.8 percent of fans. (The few who don’t like Onion Man will not...Show More Summary
Over the course of the next few weeks, no team on the bubble is a lock. Bubble life is just that—a slippery, ever-transforming property nearly impossible to find footing on as the whole thing is not only influenced by a team's actions,...Show More Summary
It feels like just yesterday that the preseason ballots were released and we were all waiting in anticipation for the college basketball season to start. But after months of competition and speculation about whether Kentucky could beat the Philadelphia 76ers, Selection Sunday is just over three weeks away. Show More Summary
It seems everyone is starting to assume Kentucky will run through March Madness as undefeated national champions. However, the great thing about the NCAA tournament is anything can happen. The Wildcats have been dominant at times during the regular season, posting a 28-0 record while blowing out some of the top opponents on the schedule. Show More Summary
March Madness is right around the corner, and the folks at Kingsford are getting in on the act. Except that the charcoal company is doing it in an unusual way: By trolling the NCAA. Specifically, Kingsford is taking a shot at the college athletics body for its adversarial role in the Ed O’Bannon case. The […]
As March Madness approaches, eight teams will be suiting up in adidas “Made in March” collection. The following programs will debut the new uniforms in conference tournament play: NC State, Texas A&M, Kansas, The post adidas Unveils ‘Made in March’ Collection (PHOTOS) appeared first on SLAMonline.
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Life on the bubble is never as simple as it sounds. It's not as easy as providing a singular answer such as "team X must win X games to make the bracket." In reality, the aptly named "team X" might just win all of those games, but aShow More Summary
As it has done in recent years, Adidas has unveiled special uniforms for its college basketball teams to wear during March Madness. For the 2015 "Made in March" collection, teams will be able to wear special D Lillard 1's, J Wall 1's and D Rose 5 Boosts. Adidas' latest collection has a throwback feel to it. Show More Summary
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There are a mere three days standing between college basketball and the madness of March, which means DraftKings players are running out of time to win some daily fantasy contests this season. Thursday offers a small slate of games that...Show More Summary
The draw of March Madness is that even the most prominent teams with veteran coaches are still vulnerable to losing early. Last season's NCAA tournament saw Duke go down in the round of 64 while Syracuse and Kansas were knocked off in the next round. Show More Summary
Kentucky is a machine, and the nation better get used to it with March and all its madness right around the corner. The No. 1 Wildcats let Mississippi State hang around for about 30 minutes during their 74-56 victory Wednesday in Starkville,...Show More Summary
From this point on, one game isn't going to make or break everything for teams on the bubble. The body of work in that period will, though. For teams on the bubble with March Madness on approach, the next few weeks are all about finishing strong. Show More Summary
The 2015 NCAA men's basketball tournament is fast approaching, but the field remains highly unsettled. On one end of the spectrum, we have plenty of bubble teams aiming to gain late entries on Selection Sunday in hope of being this year's Cinderella story. Show More Summary