Mark Maloney stood outside the Final Four Bracket Town fan bonanza decked out in his Florida Gators baseball cap and a Fighting Illini windbreaker from his home state University of Illinois.
When it was announced the Division II and Division III national championships will be played during Final Four weekend as part of the NCAA’s 75th anniversary celebration, Aaron Toomey, Willy Workman and Peter Kaasila were exactly where you’d expect them to be – in the library.
Even with limited drama—none of the regional finals were particularly thrilling—the NCAA Tournament is a wonderful thing, the perfect blend of fairness and unpredictability.
One of the biggest stories coming out of the NCAA Tournament over the weekend was the horrific injury suffered by Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware. But, less than 24 hours later, there is good news to report for Ware.
The Louisville Cardinals put on a defensive clinic, shutting down Colorado State and dominated the Rams 82-56.
President Barack Obama has picked the Indiana Hoosiers to win the NCAA Tournament to become the 2013 national champion. President Obama made the picks just before leaving for a trip to the Middle East Tuesday.
The University of Louisville released redacted documents to CBS4 that spelled out the alleged violations former University of Miami assistant coach Clint Hurtt committed in combination with disgraced booster Nevin Shapiro.
The once powerful Big East Conference is but a shell of its former self after multiple teams have exited the conference, or chosen to stay in another conference. Now, the conference has to ditch a plan to have divisions starting next season.
The University of Miami men’s basketball team hasn’t cracked the Top 25 yet, but is receiving votes thanks to a 3-0 start in conference play. But the Canes have a long way to go before they get anywhere near the top of the polls.
Terell Floyd and the Louisville Cardinals gave the embattled Big East Conference at least one more triumphant night in a major bowl — and at the expense of a top team from the mighty SEC.