The Hurricanes have had a dream season, but Marquette is the toughest team in college basketball. That’s just one of four great matchups.
Mark Lyons had a solid career at a perennial basketball power and helped lead his team to the Sweet 16—last season. This season, he helped lead another basketball power, this time Arizona, to the Sweet 16.
Aaron Craft hit a 3-pointer with a half-second left, and Ohio State escaped Dayton — a place of heartaches — as the lone high seed left in the NCAA tournament’s wild West Regional, beating Iowa State 78-75 on Sunday.
Don’t be surprised if Iona pushes Ohio State. If the Gaels make some shots early on, this one could very interesting.
In 2012, President Obama’s men’s bracket ranked 2,347,421 out of 6.45 million entries, placing him in the 63.6th percentile.
If you aren’t paying attention to college basketball this season, you’re missing one of the most exciting seasons in recent history. Parity is something that most sports fans want and NCAA men’s basketball is providing it in a major way.
Byrd Stadium won’t fit many Big 10 crowds.
Jared Sullinger scored 18 points, including two big baskets in the final 3 minutes to lead Ohio State past Gonzaga 73-66 on Saturday and into the round of 16.
Watching and waiting. A small Baltimore university takes on a national powerhouse in front of basketball fans from across the country. The Loyola Greyhounds get their chance at the big dance.
It’s a rare opportunity for Loyola University Maryland. The men’s basketball team will soon play in Pittsburgh. It’s the first NCAA Tournament for the Greyhounds in nearly two decades, and they want to make it last beyond Thursday night.
University of Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon joined Ed and Steve to talk about March Madness and his first season at the helm of the Terps.
Loyola has a tough task against Ohio State Thursday night in NCAA Tournament action. Catch the game LIVE on 105-7 THE FAN beginning at 9:30 p.m. Coppin State pulled off an upset over South Carolina in 1997 in the same city, Pittsburgh. Can Loyola do it, too?