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Wichita considers outdoor drinking rules for NCAA tournament

Wichita leaders are considering loosening rules governing outdoor drinking. On Tuesday, the City Council will consider allowing bars and restaurants to apply for permits that would allow them to expand … Click to Continue »

Bracketology: Big 12 has 2 No. 1 seeds, places 6 teams in NCAA Tournament field

The ACC has eight teams in Jerry Palm's bracket, but the Big 12 has four No. 3 seeds or better

Here's why Purdue is a legit contender to win the NCAA Tournament title

It's tough to find a weakness for the Boilermakers, who won their 13th consecutive game Saturday

Friday Figures: Big 12 NCAA Tournament Chances, TCU’s Rough Start & Texas Goes Big

Friday Figures is back with a look at some of the various statistical trends in the Big 12. This week we’ll dive into how many teams can make the NCAA Tournament with a losing conference record, TCU’s disparate start on offense and defense,...Show More Summary

We can project 2018 NCAA tournament bids by conference using quality wins

The SEC, Big 12, ACC and Big East are set to dominate the 2018 March Madness field in what’s a down year for both the Pac-12 and Big Ten. Eight weeks from today, we’ll be deep into conference tournament play, and merely 48 or so hours...Show More Summary

Bracketology: Projecting the Future Leads to Better Results

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I’ll be coming out with my first 2018 bracket projection for the NCAA tournament shortly, but I thought it would be good to look back (...)

Bracketology 2018: Purdue and West Virginia would be No. 1 seeds if the NCAA tournament started today

Say hello to Purdue and West Virginia and goodbye to Michigan State and Oklahoma following a wild first weekend of January. On Saturday, bracket newcomer Georgia Bulldogs rolled the Alabama Crimson Tide in the hardwood appetizer to Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Show More Summary

Overachieving Ohio State stuns No. 1 Michigan State 80-64

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- After missing the NCAA Tournament the last two seasons, roster shake-ups and a coaching change, Ohio State surged back toward national relevance with a signature win over the country's top-ranked team. Keita Bates-Diop scored a career-high 32 points, and the surprising Buckeyes stunned No. Show More Summary

NCAA men: Stanford loses twice as Saint Francis goes 2-0

Stanford sustained two surprising losses to EIVA teams on Friday in NCAA men’s college volleyball. The Cardinal of the MPSF, playing in UC Santa Barbara’s tournament, lost both to Saint Francis in the morning and Princeton in the evening. Show More Summary

Bracketology 2018: March Madness’ early projections have been turned upside-down

It’s been a weird year of college basketball and that’s reflected in our latest NCAA tournament projection November’s preseason bracket? That became kindling back in early December. So, it should be no surprise that the first real projection of what’s been a topsy-turvy season features an incredible 31 new entrants — including a No. Show More Summary

Projecting the 2018 NCAA Tournament Field With 2017 Data

The year 2017 is in the books and we are just beginning the conference season. With so much of a team’s “NCAA Tournament resume” still to be built, it seems like a fool’s errand to compare their relative achievements so far. All we know...Show More Summary

College Basketball Podcast: Is Louisville in jeopardy of missing the NCAA Tournament?

Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss Kentucky's win over Louisville and preview Saturday's biggest games

Texas A&M gets test from Northern Kentucky

After two easy wins, Texas A&M gets a somewhat stiffer test Tuesday. The No. 8 Aggies will host Northern Kentucky, an NCAA Tournament team last season, at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas. The Norse won 24 games and the Horizon League a year ago and made their first-ever tournament appearance, losing to No. Show More Summary

Close Games in the ACC: Part I

There’s no doubt that winning close games is pivotal to a team’s success. A few bounces here and there over the course of a 30-game season can mean the difference between a protected NCAA Tournament seed in your own backyard versus a Thursday morning start in somewhere like Spokane, Washington. Show More Summary

Illinois State’s Dan Muller pleaded for a tougher schedule on Twitter and got it

What started as a plea to the NCAA tournament selection committee on Twitter has Illinois State and head coach Dan Muller playing a tougher non-conference schedule this season.

After tough loss, Gators hold heads high after fantastic 2017 season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A year ago, Florida was uncharacteristically dispatched from the NCAA Tournament in the second round. And the Gators didn’t forget about that. “It was tough going out that early. It was not what we expected,” said Florida senior defensive specialist Lindsey Rogers. Show More Summary

Washington, No. 25 Cincinnati beat UCLA 77-63

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kyle Washington had a rough day when Cincinnati lost to UCLA in the NCAA Tournament last season. This time, he delivered one solid performance against the Bruins. Washington scored 19 points, Jacob Evans III had 16 and No. Show More Summary

Lindsey scores 25 to lead Northwestern over DePaul 62-60

CHICAGO (AP) -- Northwestern reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history last season and won memorable games along the way. Yet coach Chris Collins described his team's 62-60 win over DePaul on Saturday as one of...Show More Summary

No. 2 Texas A&M-Commerce taking on No. 4 West Florida DII football championship

Two underdogs can cap an unlikely tournament run with an NCAA title Saturday. No. 4 Texas A&M-Commerce is taking on No. 4 West Florida for the DIII football championship on Saturday night in Kansas City. As the first quarter winds down,...Show More Summary

USC tells Mick Haley his contract is not being renewed

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — USC got to the NCAA Tournament round of eight before losing in five sets in the regional final, exceeding all expectations anyone had of the Trojans this season. But it wasn’t enough for 74-year-old coach Mick Haley to keep his job. Show More Summary

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