Northern Iowa? St. Mary's? Washington? Cornell? Did anyone have all four in their Sweet 16? A total of 4.78 million people entered the ESPN pool, and by last night there were no perfect brackets left.
The NCAAs are the only truly pan-American sporting event, an Olympics of sport where every region of the country has local heroes in action. The play has been uniformly exceptional.
Got your pool filled out? Great. I am sure you nailed every one of those picks. (I am so ticked at Obama for knocking out Temple in the first round -- I may join a Tea Party.)
I'm here to break down each game in each round during the NCAA tournament, Twitter style (140 characters or less) for those that want a quick comment and move on.
The U.S. Secretary of Ed. thinks a college should have a 40% graduation rate of its basketball players to be eligible for the NCAA tournament. Sounds good, but won't this foster more shenanigans with athletes' grades?
The NCAA knows they have a built-in, emotional captive audience for each team -- so, expanding their field of teams is a brilliant way to monetize school spirit.
What a terrible choice House members will have to make this weekend. No, not whether to vote up or down on health care reform, but whether to watch C...
As a kid, I had dreamed of some day playing for 'Nova, of crossing myself at the foul line like a good Catholic lad, of praying to be the Wildcat who would drain the game-winner in the NCAA Finals.
Owners will vote next week whether or not to change the overtime rule for the playoffs. The new rule would allow both teams to get the ball on offense, if the team that wins the toss kicks a field goal.
The premium the University of Kansas places on academics has paid huge dividends. Inside Higher Education selected Kansas as the national champions in academic progress, edging out Duke.
The Fighting Irish are testing the waters of possibly moving to the Big Ten. Will they lose their identity as the independent standard bearer of college football?
February 24, 2010 marked a sad day in South Orange, New Jersey for ...
It is time for Commissioner Goodell and his colleagues to follow the NCAA's lead and set advertising standards that prevent their games from becoming a platform for advocating someone else's cause.
The new overtime rules the NFL is considering for playoff games only negligibly improve upon the problem they are trying to fix, and in doing so they make the rules much more complicated.
The NBA should roll back its minimum to 18, the age at which our nation's courts and legislatures have determined a young man can get married, vote and fight in foreign wars.
The needless tragedy of big-time college basketball and football today is that a small number of bad actors are tainting everyone. How can we protect men's basketball and football from abuses? Here are three ideas.