Flash of Lightning: Bolt Prospects Speaks On NCAA Tourney, Prospects It’s March Madness right now and to many people in America, there is more than one sport doing a grueling tourney with the potential for “busted” brackets. Why does
Before they were NFL stars, these talented multi-sport athletes not only played college basketball but helped their teams reach the NCAA Tournament
But the Wildcats can have an all-time great achievement, which is actually better.
USF News: 10 Things You Need to Know 1. Sixth-seeded USF will host No. 11 seed LSU in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sun Dome. 2. This will be the
Buzzer beaters, upsets, and busted brackets filled the air throughout the opening day of the NCAA Tournament. But isn’t this what March Madness is all about? The Cinderella stories, predictions gone wrong, and the occasional coach tearing his Achilles tendon
D'Angelo Russell could become a star and bust brackets this March. Who else can pull upsets and who can beat Kentucky? Check it out.
The field of 68 is set and the madness has officially begun. Kentucky finished the regular season a perfect 31-0. A perfect SEC tournament later and the Wildcats have a flawless 34-0 record headed into the NCAA tourney. Coach
Kentucky is one of seven teams that fit the profile of a champion. Who else? Those tips and more are a click away.
UM News: Canes Knocked out of ACC Tourney, Still have chance at NCAA Though the University of Miami has been knocked out of the ACC Tournament, the Hurricanes still have hope of being NCAA Tournament contenders. Earlier this week
Kentucky and Wisconsin met in the Final Four last year, and they shouldn't meet before that this year.