UConn has done it again, winning the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
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The NCAA Tournament is nearly over. UConn and Kentucky are set for a showdown no one expected.
The second round of the NCAA Tournament began on the first day of Spring, and just as we begin to turn the page on a cold, cold winter, so too do we turn the page on many teams' 2013-2014 season.
The Final Four is nearly here. Here are the matchups.
The FGCU Eagles became the first 15-seed to advance to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament. There were plenty of other upsets, as well.
Because, technically, this was the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The NCAA tournament seedings and matchups were announced on Sunday night. Here's the bracket.
The Kentucky Wildcats have taken home their eigth national title -- the first since 1998.
After a little less than a month of games, the NCAA tournament will finally crown a new champion. The crown will pass from Connecticut to the new kings of men's college basketball on Monday night.
And then there were four. March Madness continues as the final two are set for the Final Four.
The first two games of the Elite Eight are over with, which means the first two teams of the Final Four are set.
The Sweet 16 wrapped up on Friday night, which means the Elite Eight will commence on Saturday. Recaps after the jump.
March Madness got back underway Thursday with the first round of the Sweet 16.
The round of 32 wrapped up on Sunday, and there were quite a few surprises.
In a tournament that has been defined by upsets, Saturday's NCAA tournament games gave us none. Oh well.
If your bracket is almost entirely busted, you didn't know what you were doing when you picked. Plenty of upsets happened on Friday, including two that had only happened four times before.
For those that don't consider those first four play-in games to be the beginning of the NCAA tournament, your time has come.
March Madness continued on Wednesday night and now the field of 64 is complete. The tournament is finally set to officially begin.
March Madness got started with a bang on Tuesday night with two play-in games between Western Kentucky and Mississippi Valley State, and BYU and Iona.
The brackets have been announced. So grab your pencils and apporpriate erasers, buy yourself some Red Bull, and prepare yourself for a wild month of college basketball.
The sports world knew that the rivalry game between the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels was good, but this good?