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The Review-Journal’s Adam Hill, Kelly Stewart and Matt Youmans compete with handicappers Doug Fitz and Ken Thomson in a contest covering NCAA Tournament games Thursday and Friday.
Prop bets posted at the Westgate sports book for NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 games Thursday and Friday.
Review-Journal reporter Adam Hill offers a capsule look at Thursday’s four games in the NCAA Tournament, with a prediction for each game.
Before the first college basketball game of the season is played, preparation for the last is already underway. Portable sales manager and Las Vegas resident Gary Gray and Connor Sports are coordinating graphics and color samples with the NCAA as early as October.
Upsets in the opening weekend of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament ensured that no Berkshire Hathaway employee would claim Warren Buffett’s big prize of $1 million a year for life.
With a full beard, unique name and rock-solid game, Thomas Walkup was set to be in the media spotlight in the Sweet 16. Central Casting could not have picked a better tough guy to put on screen.
The day’s best games came in the night contests. Texas A&M roared back from 10 points down in the last 30 seconds to force overtime and won it over Northern Illinois in a second extra period. And Wisconsin nailed a buzzer-beating 3 to survive and advance.
It took a long time for Buddy Hield to heat up. But once it happened, Hield scalded another underdog with upset hopes. Teases are the theme of today’s NCAA Tournament action.
Cincinnati basketball coach Mick Cronin has emerged as a candidate for the vacant UNLV job, sources said Saturday.
The Second Round of March Madness continues today with teams fighting to secure a spot in the Sweet 16. Here’s everything you need to know if you want to watch.
All season long, North Carolina coach Roy Williams and his players have endured questions of whether the Tar Heels have enough intensity and fight to live up to their potential in March.
Leave the buzzer-beaters and heart-stoppers to the other guys. For Gonzaga, these are the March Mismatches.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Devonte’ Graham dribbled into the UConn end and lobbed a pass that Wayne Selden Jr. stretched to catch with one hand. He slammed the ball through the basket in the same motion for a 15-point lead in the closing minutes, sending the Kansas bench and crowd into a frenzy.
RALEIGH, N.C. — The Virginia Cavaliers refused to let Butler beat them at their own game.
It’s not going to be difficult to top what happened Friday — it’s going to be impossible. We just witnessed one of the craziest days in NCAA Tournament history.
Georges Niang scored 28 points and Iowa State kept Josh Hagins from any more second-half heroics in a 78-61 win over Little Rock in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Kentucky had the stars. But Indiana had more toughness — and that’s why the Hoosiers are headed back to the Sweet 16.
In a battle of brainy schools, Duke nearly got a tough lesson from Ivy League champion Yale.
Angel Rodriguez took over after Miami blew a 21-point lead midway through the second half, hitting a big 3-pointer with 72 seconds remaining and scoring 28 points to lead the third-seeded Hurricanes over Wichita State 65-57 on Saturday to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
March Madness action continues today with the first day of the Second Round. Here’s everything you need to know if you want to watch.
A capsule look at what to expect and who to watch in Saturday’s second-round games during the NCAA Tournament.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Saint Joseph’s coach Phil Martelli will take the victory over Cincinnati. He just wishes it had ended a little differently.