College Basketball Games To Watch: Let The Conference Clashes BeginThe Jayhawks and Longhorns square off to open their Big 12 slate.
Oregon Tops Kansas 74-60 To Advance To First Final Four In 78 YearsTyler Dorsey led the Ducks with 27 points, including 6-10 from three-point range, to lead Oregon past Kansas.
WATCH: Kansas' Lagerald Vick Nails 360 Dunk In Sweet 16 Game Vs. PurdueVick went all Vince Carter circa 2000 and pulled off a 360 dunk, sending the crowd and his teammates into an absolute frenzy.
WATCH: Fan Essentials: Most Dominant Team EverEven among the NCAA Tournament winners, a few teams stand out. Fan Essentials explores the most dominant teams ever.
2017 NCAA Tournament: Midwest Region Game-By-Game PicksMany consider Kansas to be a relatively weak No. 1 seed, but Louisville, Oregon, Purdue and a hot Michigan team make this region one of the toughest.
2017 Big 12 Basketball Tournament PreviewThe Kansas Jayhawks look to add a Big 12 conference tournament title to go with their regular-season conference title.
CBS Sports' Wally Szczerbiak Breaks Down Kansas-Baylor, Round TwoCBS Sports college basketball analyst Wally Szczerbiak looks at Kansas-Baylor, a rematch between the Big 12's top two teams.
Selden, Ellis Power No. 1 Overall Seed Kansas Over UConnWayne Selden Jr. and Perry Ellis carried Kansas on a sweet romp to the round of 16, combining for 43 points in a 73-61 victory over Connecticut in the second round on Saturday.
Rutgers Rips Up Kansas For 312 Yards Rushing, Gets First Win Without FloodIt was the first win for the Scarlet Knights (2-2) since coach Kyle Flood was suspended for three games on Sept. 16 for contacting a faculty member about a player's grade.
No. 2 Seed Kansas Routs No. 15 Seed New Mexico State In Round Of 64Second-seeded Kansas did its best to restore some luster to the Big 12. Well, at least scrub away some of the tarnish.
Top 5 NCAA Tournament Cinderella Stories Of All Time Everybody loves a Cinderella story. And the NCAA Tournament has had its fair share. Here are the top five.
Michigan Shocks No. 1 Kansas, Makes Regional Final For First Time In 2 DecadesTrey Burke never doubted he could lead Michigan to its deepest NCAA tournament run since the Fab Five era.