High school teams across the country are staging their own post-season dramas, and I was fortunate recently to be a part of championship game activities for Washington, D.C. area basketball.
The NCAA tournament is a whole different animal than the regular season with heightened media attention, more scrutiny from fans and more distractions.
It seems that officials and fans alike forget that the word "student" is in front of the word "athlete."
The NFL may be changing its instant replay procedure. The NFL is considering knocking the refs out of the equation. The proposal would have all replays decided upstairs in the booth.
From the opening tip, head coach Jim Boeheim's game plan became evident; the Orange were going to eliminate the high post catch and use their overwhelming length to force turnovers and keep Wisconsin off the glass. And, for the most part, it worked.
Ohio State is the notorious big brother to Cincinnati, but none of that will matter on Thursday night.
If Jordan Taylor and the Badgers can take advantage of offensive rebounds and protect the ball, Wisconsin can greatly improve its chances of being the first to take out a No. 1 seed.
While Michigan State and Louisville look similar in many areas on paper, there's one major advantage the Spartans have over the Cardinals: Michigan State has Draymond Green. Louisville does not.
If you are someone who loves college basketball and great wine, then why not channel your competitive spirit during March Madness while leveraging your love at whatever shindigs you host or attend?
Is there anything better than meatballs? But how can you eat them while watching basketball games on TV? Our good friend George Duran, who you may know as host of Ham on the Street on the Food Network, has a great solution for this March Madness problem.
I found some parental tricks easily transferable from the polished hardwood of college basketball courts to the stained-forever carpets of our cozy family room.
While Norfolk State and Lehigh lost their second games, there are still several double-digit seeded teams left in the tournament.
For the fourth year running School Library Journal's Battle of the Kids' Books is underway. Inspired by the venerable Tournament of Books featuring a...
Today's the day. The trial begins as the Bernie Madoff trustee is going after Mets owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz. From the very beginning I always felt that Mets fortunes were tied to the Madoff scandal. How could they not be?
You knew when states like Idaho, Texas, and Virginia, decide to do their part to continue the War on Women, the most hateful state in the union, Arizona, isn't far behind.
Michigan St. is headed to yet another Sweet 16; the 2012 version of the Spartans is a mirror image of previous years' teams, full of grit, girth and intelligence.