The NCAA Final Four has given us many amazing moments in its illustrious history. Here are the top 5.
Desmond Haymon scored on an improbable four-point play with 3.6 seconds in regulation and hit a big 3-pointer in overtime to lead No. 12 seed Stephen F. Austin to a 77-75 win over fifth-seeded Virginia Commonwealth Friday night in the NCAA tournament’s South Region.
Losses in their last two games had Virginia Tech eager to get back on the court.
Oklahoma State had a terrific season, but got by far the toughest draw out of any five-seed in the bracket. Keep an eye on Oregon.
It’s that time again! See which teams hoops expert Jon Rothstein has moving on from each region in this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Will Sheehey made a 15-footer from the baseline with 12.7 seconds left after a shot was blocked right to him and No. 4 seed Indiana rallied to beat VCU 63-61 in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday.
Bradford Burgess scored 22 points and Virginia Commonwealth’s defense made life miserable for Towson in a 66-43 Colonial Athletic Association victory on Wednesday night.
Rob Brandenberg scored 16 points to help Virginia Commonwealth beat Towson 67-42 on Wednesday night for its sixth straight win.
Will Baltimore turn from Terps to Tigers?
I can’t decide what’s a better story: Butler making back to back trips to the final four, or VCU going from the first four to the final four.
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For all the talk of how talent rich this are is for high school basketball (and it is), who knew that the dominant city for college basketball is Richmond, VA. Yes, Richmond.