Final exams for college basketball will be running in Houston on Monday night as the March Madness tournament will wrap up. The North Carolina Tar Heels, as many expected, will be in the final and they will host against the Villanova Wildcats.
The 2016 Final Four is set for Houston following the last four days of action and results. The North Carolina Tar Heels, the Syracuse Orange, the Oklahoma Sooners, and the Villanova Wildcats are the respective survivors of the four regions.
The 2016 NCAA college basketball national tournament has narrowed the field down to the Sweet 16. All four of the top seeded teams in each region survived the weekend, with the Kansas Jayhawks and North Carolina Tar Heels potentially headed toward a national championship showdown.
Conference tournament play has already started for NCAA basketball however the major ones won't start until later this week. They'll be played between March 9th and 13th
The Duke Blue Devils, following their victory over the Wisconsin Badgers, claimed their fifth national championship for men's basketball on Monday night. Mike Krzyzewski's crew defeated Bo Ryan's in the final to conclude the 2015 March Madness NCAA basketball tournament.
A late 10-0 run in the second half sparked by 19 of guard Tyus Jones’ 23 points led Duke to a 68-63 victory over Wisconsin to lay claim to the school’s fifth national championship.
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski will have a chance at a fifth national title and Frank Kaminsky and Wisconsin pulled one of the great upsets in NCAA semifinals history ending Kentucky’s phenomenal run one game short of the national title game.
Michigan State took a beating from the Duke Saturday night, and now the Blue Devil's will go up against Michigan State for the 2015 NCAA Final Four National Title.
The national semifinals in the 2015 NCAA March Madness basketball tournament took place on Saturday. The Final Four teams, Michigan State, Duke, Wisconsin, and Kentucky, took to the courts in Indianapolis all with hopes of making Monday night's final.
With a buyout of only $500,000, Florida Gators head coach Billy Donovan has become an extremely attractive prospect for NBA executives looking for a new coach. Well, if you’re an NBA exec, you’re in luck—Donovan is listening.