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Buddy Hield hit eight 3-pointers while scoring 37 points, and Oklahoma advanced to its first Final Four since 2002 with an 80-68 victory over Oregon in the West Region final of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
The NCAA Tournament Elite Eight games tip off today with two of the four matchups. Here’s everything you know if you want to watch.
Marcus Paige scored 21 points and North Carolina continued its offensive prowess, moving to the Elite Eight for the 20th time since 1975 with a 101-86 victory over Indiana on Friday night in the East Regional.
Michael Gbinije made a go-ahead layup with 22 seconds left, sending Syracuse to a 63-60 victory over Gonzaga on Friday night and a spot in the Elite Eight.
When Dana Altman and his Oregon team meet Lon Kruger and Oklahoma in the West Regional final of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, the winner earning a spot in the Final Four, an incredibly strong bond shared will pause for a few hours.
Demetrius Jackson stripped the ball and scored the go-ahead layup with 14.7 seconds left and Notre Dame advanced to the brink of its first Final Four in 38 years with a 61-56 win over Wisconsin on Friday night in the East Region semifinal of the NCAA Tournament.
Anthony Gill finished with a season-high 23 points, Mike Tobey came off the bench to score 18, and top-seeded Virginia beat Iowa State 84-71 in the Midwest Region semifinals on Friday night.
The Oregon-Oklahoma matchup, an NCAA Tournament West Region final Saturday in Anaheim, California, is a pick’em at all major Las Vegas books. Oregon is the region’s No. 1 seed, and Oklahoma is No. 2.
Review-Journal reporter Adam Hill offers a capsule look at Saturday’s two Final Eight games in the NCAA Tournament, with a prediction for each game.
The NCAA Tournament continues today with the last four games in the Sweet 16. Here’s everything you need to know if you want to watch.
The Pac-12 might have stunk up the bracket during this NCAA Tournament, but the one remaining representative appears more than capable of atoning for the sins of its brethren. It appears capable of winning the whole darn thing.
The comeback lasted a little more than a minute this time. There was nothing spectacular about it. Nothing amazing. Certainly nothing historic.
Not every day of the NCAA Tournament is a surprise party. It is possible for teams to continue to advance in March without much stress or sweat.
Dillon Brooks scored 22 points and Oregon advanced with an 82-68 victory over the Blue Devils on Thursday night in the West Region semifinal of the NCAA Tournament.
Whether it was nifty moves near the basket or a jumper that fell right all night, Perry Ellis was determined to do whatever he could to push Kansas a little bit deeper in the NCAA Tournament. And thanks to teammates who followed the senior forward’s cool lead, the Jayhawks are one step closer to the Final Four.
Jordan Woodard scored 22 points and Buddy Hield had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead the second-seeded Oklahoma Sooners to a 77-63 romp over third-seeded and cold-shooting Texas A&M in the NCAA West Regional on Thursday.
Ryan Arcidiacono and Kris Jenkins each scored 21 points, and No. 2 seed Villanova never trailed in routing third-seeded Miami 92-69 Thursday night in the South Region semifinal of the NCAA Tournament.
Review-Journal reporter Matt Youmans offers a capsule look at Friday’s four games in the NCAA Tournament, with a prediction for each game.
The NCAA Tournament continues today with the Sweet 16. Here’s everything you need to know to watch today’s games.
It appears UNLV is in the process of offering Lon Kruger-type money to its leading candidate, Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin. Problem: It’s not Lon Kruger.
A majority of bettors are banking on Oregon being better than Duke, and Dana Altman getting the better of Mike Krzyzewski, in an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 matchup Thursday. Around 65 percent of the spread wagers are on the Ducks as 3-point favorites.
Should Duke’s Chase Jeter make any impact against Oregon on Thursday in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16, he probably will do so in less than 10 minutes, given he averaged just 7.9 this season while playing in 31 of 35 games. He went scoreless in 14 of them.