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.
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.
When the conference fell apart two years ago, the strength of the Big East conference was in serious doubt. Two years later, the conference has six representatives in the NCAA Tournament.
RJ Hunter hit a shot that will live on in the history of the NCAA Tournament for years to come and it will be in the “One Shining Moment” montage at the end of the championship game. That got me thinking, what are some of the best father son performances all time in the tournament?
Maryland is in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, and the first time under coach Mark Turgeon, who took Wichita to the round of 16 in 2006 and went to the second round four straight seasons with Texas A&M.
The Terps first NCAA tournament game under Mark Turgeon has them in Columbus Friday afternoon facing Horizon League champion Valparaiso (4:40 tip, 105.7 The Fan).
For three days this week, I told anyone who would listen that schools in the Big 12 were vastly overseeded by the selection committee of the NCAA Tournament.
It never fails. March Madness is the best time of the year to be wrong.
Todd Ickow the voice of Valparaiso athletics joined Ed and Ken to talk about today’s game vs Maryland.
Keith Cavanaugh of the Terrapin Times joined Ed and Ken to talk about the Terps game later today.
Thursday is something of a national holiday for American sports fans, when office productivity plummets. The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, also known as March Madness or the Big Dance, begins in earnest.
Some players are just fun to watch. They may not be the best but they’re exciting either way.