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Former Florida Gators coach Billy Donovan was depressed after winning 2 national championships because ‘it doesn’t change your life one bi...
Billy Donovan won two titles with the Florida Gators, but said he later realized that he values more than just winning championships.
A Virginia basketball player said he and his fiancée were told they were not allowed to have a wedding registry, but the NCAA said that is not th...
According to Virginia's Kyle Guy, the NCAA told him a wedding registry would be in violation of their rules. NCAA President Mark Emmert said that is not the case.
Duke hardly fouled Michigan State in the second half. By the end of the game, they needed those fouls to have a shot at pulling off the comeback.
From Stephen Curry's Davidson team to Loyola-Chicago in 2018, March Madness always brings a Cinderella story.
Coach K gave an emotional interview after Duke’s narrow victory saying UCF was ‘deserving of winning’
Duke's Coach K said he knows how it feels to be lucky and unlucky and felt for UCF after they narrowly lost to the Blue Devils in March Madness.
Just 42,828 perfect brackets remained in ESPN's Tournament Challenge after one day of March Madness. That number will only continue to fall.
The draft stock of a top NBA prospect is soaring after he shredded an opponent in one of the biggest upsets of March Madness so far
Ja Morant has the NBA world buzzing after he notched the first triple-double in March Madness since 2012 while helping Murray State upset Marquette.
New Mexico State loses in March Madness after player passes up wide-open, game-tying layup in the final seconds in wild finish
New Mexico State's AJ Harris had an open, game-tying layup, but passed it up for a three-point shot. That decision came back to haunt the Aggies.
March Madness brackets require a final score in the championship game — here’s one of the most likely outcomes
Using basic math, we looked back at recent March Madness finals and found a safe prediction to make for the final score in a bracket.
This year's NCAA Tournament looks top-heavy, with many experts picking No. 1 seeds like Duke, Gonzaga, and Virginia to make the Final Four.