Louisville, Michigan Ready For NCAA Title ShowdownThe matchup of Louisville and Michigan could produce a memorable NCAA title game.
Rothstein Files: 5 Observations From Kentucky's NCAA Title Win Over KansasNot many players can go 1-10 from the field and be the best player on the floor --- but most players aren't Anthony Davis.
B&C Morning Show: Jerry Recco Updates A Kentucky Win And MoreWith the Wildcats from Kentucky taking out the Jayhawks from Kansas, Jerry Recco understandably began his update right there.
Keidel: Calipari’s Calculus; Don't Blame Kentucky Coach For One-And-Done SystemJohn Calipari seems to wear the widest black hat of any college coach in recent memory. And I’m not sure why.
Rothstein Files: NCAA Championship Game PrimerIt would take a masterful game for Kansas to pull the upset. But that won't happen.
UConn's Jim Calhoun Wins 3rd NCAA Title; Joins Knight The old guy can still teach. After winning his third NCAA championship, Jim Calhoun was as gracious as could be, especially for a guy crossing the threshold into greatness.
Keidel: NCAA Final: Big Dog Vs. UnderdogSimply, it’s easy to root for Butler. At least it is for me. UConn is not NYC-North, but rather Boston-Lite. If you’re a native New Yorker then you’re born with the mean, territorial gene, predisposed to hate all things New England.
Kemba Time: UConn, Butler Cap Crazy NCAA TournamentButler and Connecticut will meet Monday night — the eighth-seeded Bulldogs trying to finish the deal after coming oh-so-close last season and the third-seeded Huskies, led by Kemba Walker, going for their 11th straight victory after a regular season that foreshadowed none of this.
Butler's NCAA Title Game Task? Slowing Down UConn's WalkerKemba Walker provides the Bulldogs with a challenge they have yet to face during their two-year run through the bracket — a superstar. Shutting him down is almost an impossible task. Slowing him down isn't much easier.
Could UConn's Jim Calhoun Walk Away After NCAA Championship?When Jim Calhoun was 28 and just gaining a foothold in coaching, he figured he already had all the answers. "Now I'm 68," Calhoun said Sunday, "and I have a lot of questions."