March Madness

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UK, SU, UNC, Mich St. Earn Top Seeds In NCAA Tournament

The madness in March Madness began before the brackets even came out.

03/11/2012

Big East Basketball Tournament - Louisville v Notre Dame

Louisville Hopes For A Different Outcome This Year

Neither first-time finalist Cincinnati nor seventh-seeded Louisville was in the league eight years ago. But they’ll be front and center Saturday night when they play for the conference crown at Madison Square Garden.

03/10/2012

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UConn Honored With Parade Through Hartford

Connecticut basketball fans lined up four and five deep at spots Sunday to catch a glimpse of UConn’s men’s basketball team as they paraded through downtown to celebrate the program’s third national title.

WFAN–04/17/2011

Charles Okwandu #35, Kemba Walker #15 and Roscoe Smith #22 of the Connecticut Huskies celebrates after defeating the Arizona Wildcats during the west regional final of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Honda Center on March 26, 2011 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

NCAA Tournament: UConn Leads Unthinkable Final Four

All the top seeds have gone home, all the “smart money” is down the tubes and millions of brackets are in the trash. Even in the unpredictable world of March Madness, this is a Final Four nobody could have imagined.

WFAN–03/28/2011

Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky Tops UNC In East Regional Final

Brandon Knight scored 22 points and fourth-seeded Kentucky restored some order to the Final Four with a 76-69 win over second-seeded North Carolina on Sunday in the East Regional final.

WFAN–03/27/2011

VCU Rams

VCU Stuns Kansas To Make Final Four

The 11th-seeded VCU Rams, who didn’t even bother watching the NCAA tournament selection show, are heading to Houston, and final No. 1 seed Kansas is heading home after a spectacular collapse.

WFAN–03/27/2011

Prudential Center (credit: CBS 2)

‘Sweet Sixteen’ Bringing Sweet Tourist Cash To N.J.

Four of the nation’s most prestigious basketball programs – Ohio State, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Marquette – held public workouts at the Prudential Center, and fans got a first hand look at some of the nation’s elite teams.

03/25/2011

Kansas Jayhawks fans cheer during the third round game against the Illinois Fighting Illini in the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at BOK Center on March 20, 2011 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Keidel: March’s Madness

March is an ornery month, a month removed from football, a tease for baseball, and an irritant to an already irritated fan base frothing for action. Basketball is a few drips of water in the deep chasm between the NFL and MLB. We have no choice.

WFAN–03/21/2011

Wisconsin Beats Kansas State

Wisconsin Edges Kansas State 70-65

Jordan Taylor hit two big free throws and blocked Jacob Pullen’s 3-point attempt in the closing seconds to overcome a rough shooting night, lifting the Badgers to a 70-65 win over Kansas State on Saturday in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

WFAN–03/19/2011

Jimmer Fredette

Jimmer Drops 34, BYU Advances Past Gonzaga

Jimmer Fredette scored 34 points Saturday to lift third-seeded Brigham Young to an 89-67 victory over 11th-seeded Gonzaga and send the Cougars to New Orleans for the regional semifinals.

WFAN–03/19/2011

Pitt Upset By Butler

Butler Upsets Top-Seeded Pitt In Crazy Finish

With plenty of help from Pittsburgh, Butler found another way to pull off a stunning upset in the NCAA tournament. Matt Howard made one free throw with 0.8 seconds left to cap a wild final sequence, and Butler eliminated top-seeded Pittsburgh 71-70 Saturday.

WFAN–03/19/2011

The Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. (AP Photo/Mike Derer)

Newark Getting Its First Shot At March Madness

There’s a new kid on the block in this year’s NCAA Tournament, a scrappy underdog looking to compete with the big boys and grab a piece of March Madness for its own – Newark, New Jersey.

03/19/2011

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Big East Foes UConn, Cincy Meet In Round Of 32

The Big East is just too big and too good to fit into the usual tidy constraints of the NCAA tournament bracket. So it will come about on Saturday that Connecticut and Cincinnati will meet in the round of 32, the first time in NCAA tournament history an intraconference game has been played before the round of 16.

WFAN–03/19/2011

Justin Brownlee #32 of the St. John's Red Storm (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images), Kemba Walker #15 of the UConn Huskies. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)

Parise: 10 Thoughts Before NCAA Tourney Time

This is definitely the weakest tournament we’ve seen in recent history. 7 teams have at least 13 losses. We’ve never before had more than 3 teams with 13 losses in the dance.

WFAN–03/15/2011

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New TV Deal Changes How Fans Watch NCAA Tournament

For all you college basketball fans who’ve moaned over the years that you could do a better job of switching among NCAA tournament games than CBS — here’s your chance.

WFAN–03/15/2011

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