The season that none of us could predict is set to give us a title game that none of us will forget.
Rick Pitino knows how lasting one more win would be. It would give everyone a reason to stay connected. It would create a lifetime bond.
The matchup of Louisville and Michigan could produce a memorable NCAA title game.
Following the compound leg fracture to Kevin Ware, the Louisville Cardinals say they’re “playing harder.”
The jig is up for the NCAA. No longer is the product pure or different than the money-grabbing, greedy professional product. Enjoy the Final Four for what it is this weekend: Basketball. Nothing more, nothing less.
Can the Shockers continue their surge? It all depends on how they handle Louisville’s relentless pressure.
Kevin Ware is already up and walking, and he’s got a nice souvenir to keep him company until he’s cleared to return to Louisville.
Even with limited drama—none of the regional finals were particularly thrilling—the NCAA Tournament is a wonderful thing, the perfect blend of fairness and unpredictability.
After a season of uncertainty, there’s a clear favorite heading to the Final Four. The Louisville Cardinals.
After Kevin Ware’s scary leg injuy, Louisville persevered over the Duke Blue Devils and into the Final Four.
Florida Gulf Coast is without question the story of the tournament — but they’re not going to beat Florida.
64 teams. 32 contests. All going down in an exhilarating — and, yes, exhausting — two-day mosh pit of hoops.
Here’s the breakdown on NCAA tournament favorites, dark horses and underdogs.
Russ Smith last spoke with his former high school coach, Jack Curran, less than three weeks ago. They talked about how well Smith had been playing for Louisville this season.
It’s a rarity at this level, in any sport, for a head coach to have had no playing experience in college. It hasn’t prevented Williams from guiding Marquette to the Sweet 16 the last two seasons and a 60-30 regular season record in the Big East.