Top-seeded Villanova had no problem with Alabama on Saturday afternoon, winning, 81-58.
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As the Retrievers pulled off the greatest upset in the history of the men’s basketball tournament, Zach Seidel’s posts resonated on social media.
Virginia’s defeat against the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, may have been historic and shocking, but it is explainable.
To be a manager on the team Coach K runs is about so much more than towels and rebounds.
A new advanced statistics site for women’s college basketball offers new ways to judge a player’s value.
After going 1-8 in college football bowls, the Pac-12 was 0-3 in the first round of the N.C.A.A. tournament.
University of Maryland-Baltimore County becomes the first No. 16 seed to knock off a No. 1 seed in the men’s N.C.A.A. tournament. Here’s what happened Friday.
No. 13 Buffalo and No. 11 Loyola-Chicago scored big victories over higher-ranked opponents. Here’s what happened on Day 1 of the tournament.
The heirs to the Wolverines’ baggy Fab Five tradition prefer a more tailored look.
In the second two of the N.C.A.A.’s First Four games, Texas Southern beat North Carolina Central and Syracuse beat Arizona State.
The West Virginia coach is a fixture of the N.C.A.A. tournament. He has also written nine books.
Iona clinched its N.C.A.A. tournament berth with the help of several transfers, a formula that is nothing new for Coach Tim Cluess.
Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 98, compiles scouting reports and supportive emails for the Ramblers every game. But it is in her game day prayers that she really finds her voice.
In the 2018 tournament’s First Four games, Radford defeated L.I.U.-Brooklyn while St. Bonaventure came back to beat U.C.L.A.
To some who follow the N.C.A.A. tournament closely, the real science is in picking the field itself, not the champion.
Some teams score, some teams defend. Michigan State does it all.
A report commissioned by the conference called for ending the N.B.A.’s so-called one-and-done rule, as well as limiting shoe companies’ presence in college basketball.
Could a No. 16 beat a No. 1? We think this could be the year.
There is no shortage of experts with advice to guide you to all the winners in the N.C.A.A. tournament. Here’s a roundup of selections from people in a position to know.
Every year, somebody's favorite team gets left out. Here are this year's snubs.
Bracketology comes with many assumptions and suppositions. Don’t fall into these traps.
Virginia, with a smothering defense and the pace of a manatee, is the team to beat in the N.C.A.A. tournament.
Virginia, Villanova, Kansas and Xavier are the top seeds in the tournament, but there upsets around every corner of the bracket.
The N.C.A.A. selection committee will consider Quadrant 1 victories and R.P.I. rankings, but not whether tournament-bound teams bought their best players.