Kentucky vs. Notre Dame was the highest rated NCAA game to air on cable and the Final Four ratings should be even higher.
The record-setting start to the Tournament—as far as one-point games—gave way to exciting, compelling matchups this past weekend.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 18 of her 24 points in the second half, Laurin Mincy scored all 15 of her points in the first half, and top-seeded Maryland advanced to the Spokane Regional final with a 65-55 victory over No. 4 seed Duke on Saturday.
Hall of Fame basketball writer Frank Burlison joined Sports Rehab to break down the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
The women’s NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 will have a mixture of old standbys to go along with some fresh faces.
Here are the guys who can change the entire course of a game and the season for their team.
Former Maryland Terps player and current Maryland Radio Network analyst Walt Williams joined Sports Rehab to breakdown the Terps lost to West Virginia in the round of 32 and wrap up the season for Maryland basketball.
CBS Local Sports’ writers Bryan Altman and Ryan Mayer breakdown the best parts of the first weekend of NCAA Tournament action and look ahead to the Sweet 16.
Already trailing in the second half against West Virginia, the Maryland Terrapins lost their best player and could never recover.
It’s a matchup that’s about as intriguing as it gets in the second round of the women’s NCAA tournament: unbeaten Princeton against top-seeded Maryland, champions of the Big Ten.
Secrets will be scarce when fifth-seeded West Virginia takes on fourth-seeded Maryland on Sunday night in the Midwest Regional with a Sweet 16 berth riding on the outcome.
Following his futile attempt to stop Maryland center Brionna Jones from using her size and weight to dominate both ends of the court, New Mexico State coach Mark Trakh found it easy to explain what went wrong.