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The NCAA tournament can often be won by a team that gets hot and fires on all cylinders - even if that team isn't a No.
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The NCAA tournament bracket is officially set, which means that it's time for everyone to start filling out their brackets.
8 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Prairie View A&M's Jules Montgomery, right, cries as coach Byron Rimm II, left, comforts another player during the closing minutes of the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Texas Southern in the championship of the Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Houston.
9 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
The NCAA tournament selection committee did a first-rate job picking the at-large teams.
9 hrs ago | Detroit News
While there are many teams capable of getting to a Final Four and winning the national championship, there's no clear-cut favorite.
Louisville's Russ Smith was greeted by teammates while carrying his MVP trophy after the Cardinals beat UConn in the AAC title game Saturday.
LOUISVILLE: It will take a battle-tested team to win such a rugged region, and the Cardinals have the experience, the championship core and defensive mindset needed to survive a series of epic matchups.
Yes, your productivity at work is going to wane. Yes, you'll suddenly care deeply about colleges you've never even heard of before.
Wichita State, the last remaining undefeated team in the country, is the top seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Every year, upsets steal the show through the early rounds. But recent history tells us that the top seeds will be there in the end.
There are a number of factors that determine how far teams advance in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
Luke Abeln wasn't expected until May, but he decided he just couldn't miss March Madness.
I suppose there's still a very long shot that Louisville could wind up as the fourth No.
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I couldn't even hear the ball bounce or the announcer talk. The crowd was simply too loud, too hostile.
David Brenner, the lanky, toothy-grinned "Tonight Show" favorite whose brand of observational comedy became a staple for other standups, including Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser, died Saturday.
A WCPO analysis shows spring and summer storms caused about $650,000 in damage to the Tri-State last year.