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ISU’s Georges Niang Posts Classy Response To News That Buddy Hield Is Returning

Back in late March, Iowa State star Georges Niang announced his decision to return for his final season in Ames, citing his team’s second round loss in the NCAA Tournament as one major reason. Friday, Niang was joined by fellow Big 12 star Buddy Hield, who announced to Oklahoma faithful that he’ll be returning for his senior season as well. Show More Summary

John Calipari on next season: It’s going to be crazy again

38-1. The Kentucky Wildcats were just two wins shy of finishing with an improbable 40-0 record last sesaon, before falling to the Wisconsin Badgers in the Final Four of the 2015 NCAA Tournament. It was a great season for the program,...Show More Summary

Rob Gronkowski takes an unscripted jab at President Obama over flat ‘DeflateGate’ jokes

What is it with politicians and ill-advised sports jokes? Just a month after John Boehner joked about Ohio State failing to get to the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16 in front of members of the Buckeyes’ marching band, President Obama spit hot fire about DeflateGate in front of members of the New England Patriots. “I usually tell a bunch of jokes at […]

NCAA tournament participants Belmont, LSU and NC State part of Legends Classic field

LSU and NC State will be joined in Brooklyn for the semifinal round by Arizona State and Marquette.

NBA Draft declarations, surprise transfers drain ACC teams of star power

The offseason is young, but it has already been especially cruel to the conference which saw the most success in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. In an offseason destined to be loaded with talk of everything that is wrong with college basketball,...Show More Summary

Predicting Which High Seeds in 2015 NCAA Tournament Won't Reach 2016 Big Dance

You think the NCAA tournament goes fast? The rest of April seems to flash by even quicker. It goes from “One Shining Moment” to a bunch of coaches swapping schools and players either doing the same or moving on to the NBA. And all of...Show More Summary

Why Bill Self is the Best Coach in the Big 12

The Big 12 is considered to be one of the best conferences in college basketball. Loaded from top to bottom with teams that contend annually for the NCAA tournament, the coaches who lead the squads also boast impressive resumes. This...Show More Summary

Carlsberg Outdoes Coca-Cola With Free Beer-Dispensing Billboard

You might remember that earlier this month, Coca-Cola experimented with a billboard that dispensed free samples of Coke Zero to thirsty visitors near the site of the final games of the NCAA Tournament. Why can’t the same technology work for more adult beverages? It could, of course. The current marketing push for Danish brewer Calsberg in the UK is that … [More]

Kevin Durant Listed The 5 Schools He Would Have Considered If He Didn’t Choose Texas

During his one year at Texas, Kevin Durant was incredible. He averaged 25.8 points and 11.1 rebounds per game for the Longhorns, but could not lead his team to the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Where would Durant have attended...Show More Summary

Big 12 Way-Too-Early Power Rankings

Depending on how you judge such things, the Big 12 either had a great year in sending seven teams to the NCAA Tournament and finishing first in all the relevant computer rankings, or a miserable one, propelling just one team to the Sweet Sixteen and missing out on the Elite Eight and beyond entirely for the third straight season. Show More Summary

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: What 10 famous Internet meme stars look like in real life, and what they're up to

Did you watch the NCAA tournament this year? If so, you might recognize the woman on the right. She became known as "Crying piccolo girl" online just moments after her tear-strewn face was shown on live television following the loss of her Villanova Wildcats to NC State. Show More Summary

NBA Mock Draft 2015: 1st-Round Projections and Stock Watch for Top Prospects

As the residual effects of the NCAA tournament still impact draft boards around the nation, the arrival of the NBA playoffs means many teams will kick into high gear in preparation for the draft. Those teams just missing out on the postseason,...Show More Summary

The 7 things you need to know about NBC’s Stanley Cup Playoffs coverage

As we get ready for the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs to begin, NBC Sports will once again have the rights to all of the games. And similarly to how CBS/Turner handle the early rounds of the NCAA Tournament, NBC will utilize multiple networks...Show More Summary

Way-Too-Early Projections for the 2016 NCAA Tournament Bracket

The ink is still drying on the 2014-15 men's college basketball season, but that didn't stop us from attempting to project the 2016 NCAA tournament field, where Kentucky is shaping up to be the No. 1 overall seed once again. There is still a ton of information that we don't have. Show More Summary

Dispatches from England: When Brits Fill Out Brackets

Last spring, my husband was explaining the concept of March Madness, the annual NCAA basketball tournament which concluded last week, to one of his coworkers at his office. We are a big basketball family (my husband loves to play, and...Show More Summary

On the Big 12’s Poor Tournament Performance and Best Conference Proclamations

The Big 12’s season ended in disappointing fashion in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. No team from the conference made the Elite Eight, and only two, Oklahoma and West Virginia, earned a spot in the Sweet Sixteen. The league lost a pair of...Show More Summary

Sam Dekker Is The Latest College Basketball Star To Tweet At Rihanna

His poor shooting performance in the title game notwithstanding, Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker was on fire for pretty much the entire NCAA Tournament. Now that he’s declared for the NBA Draft, Dekker may be hoping that hot streak carries...Show More Summary

Freshmen Ineligibility: An Old-but-Wise Approach to Improving Academics in College Basketball

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan ushered in the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament earlier this month with an op-ed in The Washington Post arguing that schools should only qualify for post-season play if they are on track to graduate at least 40 percent of their players. Show More Summary

Boston University goaltender allows impossibly bad goal in championship game

A brutal time to make this kind of mistake. Boston University netminder Matt O'Connor has made several egregious errors throughout the NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament, and with the National Championship on the line, he surrendered yet another...Show More Summary

Third Annual Academic March Madness

by Lindsey Luebchow There haven't been many upsets in this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament, as big name basketball powerhouses have dominated the hardwood. But evaluate the Sweet Sixteen based on the most important academic competition...Show More Summary

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