The start of the NCAA tournament is arguably the best week on the sports calendar, filled with great teams, exciting games, star players and, usually, plenty of upsets.
As March Madness takes hold of New Yorkers, the age-old question persists: where can a die-hard college basketball fan get a drink around here? These are four of the Big Apple’s best watering holes to watch the game.
Despite being placed in the South Region, Syracuse will open up at the First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena) in Buffalo, N.Y.—the draw closest to campus that they could have possibly gotten.
Has some of the mystery that made the NCAA tournament so intriguing over the years been slowly stripped away?
Among his fellow Connecticut Huskies, he ranks second in scoring, rebounding, and blocks. Playing alongside Shabazz Napier, he can go unnoticed.
A great weekend of hoops culminated in Sunday’s selection show. With the field set, the real madness can begin.
Will this year’s Cinderella team hail from right here in the Big Apple? The Manhattan Jaspers sure hope so.
Mateen Cleaves joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio this morning and he brought with him all sorts of energy.
Bill Raftery is about as good as it gets when it comes to offering analysis on the game of college basketball.
With the brackets set, Boomer and Craig got the Monday morning madness underway reflecting on the ‘big dance’ that is the NCAA Tournament.
Virginia joined Florida, Wichita State and Arizona as a No. 1 seed Sunday when the selection committee announced the pairings for the NCAA tournament.
The fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals had everything working so well against Rutgers that even a near mistake turned into an amazing play.
The Big East is as good as ever, particularly after adding a Creighton team that features likely NCAA Player of the Year Doug McDermott.
This week we find out if the new-look league can drum up the interest of the “old” Big East. The tournament starts Wednesday with first-round games between Seton Hall and Butler and Georgetown and DePaul.
Andujar is a 6’6”, 205-pound point forward. He can handle the ball like a guard and draw bigger defenders out of the lane.