American U. coach Mike Brennan seems to have the magic touch in getting teams into the NCAA tournament.
Forty years on, it remains quite possibly the greatest college basketball game ever played.
If it’s March, then it’s time for March Madness. To catch all of the latest college basketball action, check out one of these best bars for college basketball in the D.C. area.
Our favorite artists are letting you in on their brackets. How does yours stack up with Brett Eldredge, Scotty McCreery, Dustin Lynch and Greg Upchurch?
President Barack Obama had already stated his NCAA bracket was ‘busted,’ but Indiana’s loss Thursday night really did him in.
If you’re one of the college basketball fans who can’t wait for the Big East breakup to be final, hang on. You’ll have to wait for the Final Four.
Here’s your cheat sheet to read up on before the start of the Sweet Sixteen Thursday night. It’s kind of like a compilation of statistics and general background on teams and key players so you can rattle off some impressive knowledge to your friends at the bar.
The opening rounds of the tournament cater to the shock and awe aspect of March Madness. But as the underdogs begin to fade, and the remaining sixteen teams appear, it’s a surprisingly familiar crowd of faces.
Terps fans remember Drew Nicholas as the player who carried Maryland through an identity crisis during the down year following the school’s sole National Championship in basketball, and as the point guard who hit that impossible buzzer beater to keep them alive in the NCAA tournament the same year. Can you believe it’s been 10 years? He can’t either.