No. 1 Florida Needs Second-Half Surge To Finally Put Away No. 16 AlbanyBilly Donovan's bench came up big, bailing out top-seeded Florida in a tight game against what was supposed to be an overmatched opponent.
Rothstein: Monday Morning College Hoops Notebook; Parity Dominating & MoreThere's not one squad in college basketball that's playing even remotely close to the way Kentucky was in 2012 or even the way Louisville was a year ago.
Can Florida Gulf Coast Keep It Up? Super Cinderella Aims To Keep Magical Run GoingFlorida Gulf Coast (26-10) plays the SEC regular-season champion Gators (28-7), the No. 3 seed in the South, on Friday night.
Rothstein Files: Monday Morning College Hoops NotebookSyracuse can beat anyone without James Southerland. How do I know that? Because the Orange won at Louisville without Southerland on Saturday.
Rothstein Files: This And That Around College BasketballArizona will be the deepest team Sean Miller has had in his nine seasons as a head coach. The Wildcats have 10 legitimate candidates to start and won't see much of a drop off when a reserve takes the floor.
Rothstein Files: Thursday's Sweet 16 PrimerJon Rothstein breaks down Thursday's Sweet 16 games and makes predictions for the four matchups.
Parise: A High School Coach's PerspectiveVin Parise recently caught up with one of the top high school coaches in the nation, Bob Cimmino of Mt. Vernon, and picked his brain on his favorites when it comes to the world of college basketball coaching.
The Rothstein Files: Mike Rosario Has Second Chance With Florida After Leaving RutgersFormer McDonald's All-American Mike Rosario needed a change after two seasons at Rutgers, and Billy Donovan and Florida welcomed him.
Walker Stands Tall, Gators Eliminate UCLAErving Walker, generously listed at 5 feet, 8 inches, scored 21 points and hit several clutch shots down the stretch as the Gators beat UCLA 73-65 in the NCAA tournament Saturday.
Kentucky Smashes Florida, Wins Second Straight SEC TournamentBrandon Knight scored 17 points, Darius Miller hit two crucial 3-pointers and No. 15 Kentucky cruised to another SEC title, routing regular-season champion Florida 70-54 on Sunday.