North Carolina and Kentucky square off for the second time this season, promising to provide us with another can't-miss television affair. These squads are two of the nation's very best and should give us one hell of an Elite Eight show.
After beginning the season ranked in the top-5 of the AP Poll, Kansas and Oregon now find themselves just one step away from a trip to Phoenix. With two premier coaches and a plethora of talent set to face off tonight in Kansas City, the Midwest Regional Final has all the makings of an instant classic.
Two of the country's best coaches clash with a chance at their first ever Final Four - oh yeah, it'd be each school's first F4 appearance in history, as well. The red-hot Musketeers face off against the resilient Zags in what should be a great Saturday evening opener.
Both Villanova and Duke are sitting on their couches, contemplating their NBA decisions and/or their mortality, leaving several upstarts with a shocking shot at the Final Four...
Holy Blue Bloods Batman! UCLA, Kentucky, and North Carolina, three of the most storied basketball programs in history, battle it out for a chance to represent the South region in the Final Four. Don't sleep on Butler though! This is the chalkiest Sweet 16 bracket out there, making these matchups can't-miss affairs.
Two bonafide matchups are set to square off Thursday evening in Kansas City, where the top-seeded Jayhawks will have the closest thing to a home-court advantage outside of their true home in Allen Fieldhouse. Can Kansas continue rolling through the Midwest? And if so, will they run into the unstoppable force that is the March magic of Michigan?
San Jose HEATS UP for two excellent battles Thursday night. None of these teams received much of a scare during the first weekend (apologies to St. Mary's), so some high-level basketball should be expected.
An editorial on why we shouldn't forget what makes the annual tradition of March Madness so great...
Home of the #1 overall seed, the East looks like a collision course between Villanova and Duke...or does it? The first round has some upset potential with a few talented double-digit seeds, and an underseeded Wisconsin team lurks in the 8/9 game.
The UNC Tar Heels and Kentucky Wildcats highlight a South region bursting with talent. UCLA looks to make a run at yet another Final Four from the 3-seed spot, while Middle Tennessee tries on a dress in hopes of playing Cinderella.
The #1 seeded Kansas Jayhawks headline a top-heavy Midwest region, which feature two worthy contenders in Louisville and Oregon on the #2 and #3 seed lines respectively. Find out if any of these heavy hitters will get a scare in the opening round as we break down all 8 games in the Midwest region...
Many in the national media think the West is the weakest region, but there's still a bevy of entertaining first round matchups. Will Huggy Bear make it out of the first round this time? How many points will Mike Daum score against the Zags? And who wins Florida bragging rights, the Seminoles or Gulf Coast?