Second-seeded Kansas did its best to restore some luster to the Big 12. Well, at least scrub away some of the tarnish.
Everybody loves a Cinderella story. And the NCAA Tournament has had its fair share. Here are the top five.
Trey Burke never doubted he could lead Michigan to its deepest NCAA tournament run since the Fab Five era.
Behind the impassioned play of Travis Releford and Jeff Withey, the top-seeded Jayhawks shook themselves out of a first-half slumber and blitzed No. 8 seed North Carolina down the stretch for a 70-58 victory Sunday.
Here’s the breakdown on NCAA tournament favorites, dark horses and underdogs.
The number four seed Orange will fac Montana in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
At this point, should we expect anything less than another conference title in Kansas?
Not many players can go 1-10 from the field and be the best player on the floor — but most players aren’t Anthony Davis.
No matter where Anthony Davis and his buddies go to make their millions, their ol’ Kentucky home will long remember this championship season.
The first matchup was in mid-November at Madison Square Garden, Kentucky beat Kansas 75-65 in that game.
We’ve all seen him dominate college basketball throughout the entire season but against Louisville, Anthony Davis was extra special.
Calipari and his Kentucky juggernaut will face Kansas for the national championship on Monday night.
The team that’s been teetering on the edge of the tournament since before it even began is now one of the last two left.
The Final Four is set. Kentucky will play Louisville and in the other semifinal, it will be Ohio State and Kansas.
Kansas returns to the Final Four with a 80-67 win over UNC.