The most interesting team in Bubble Watch history got more interesting with a loss at South Carolina. Saturday's date with Texas A&M is one of few opportunities remaining for the Tigers.
Saturday's best games
The rematch between Kansas and Oklahoma has a lot to live up to, but if Saturday's Big 12 duel is anywhere close to as good as the first installment, fans are in for a treat.
Lon Kruger didn't go by the book in turning Oklahoma into an elite team. The Sooners are a veteran team of onetime unheralded recruits who are burying opponents with 3-pointers.
The young Blue Devils are soaring right now, but they're facing Malcolm Brogdon and a Virginia team pushing for an ACC title.
Iowa State forward Jameel McKay could return from suspension Saturday against Texas. What could that mean for the Cyclones?
Indiana pulled into a three-way tie for the Big Ten lead by beating No. 4 Iowa in a game that showcased the Hoosiers' offensive ups and downs. Their small lineup rallied with a second-half run after losing a big lead in the first half.
Melo Trimble has helped Maryland announce its presence among NCAA basketball's elite, loud and clear. But for a deep March run, the talented point guard has to find his voice.
Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield leads the way as the Wooden Award Late-Season Top 20 list was released.
David Hall, the lead official in Wednesday's Colorado State-Boise State game, said his crew followed protocol in waving off the Broncos' apparent game-winning 3-pointer.
There are a lot of teams in the mix in the Pac-12, but Joe Lunardi fells good about one: Oregon. The Ducks have risen all the way up to a No. 2 seed.
Virginia senior guard Malcolm Brogdon may not have a bathroom or air conditioning, but he was one of few Cavalier students selected to live in the campus' historical center.
Wooden Award Buddy Hield's to lose?
LSU coach hopeful Tigers' resume good enough for tourney
Martin: Success a new territory for our locker room
Leon Rice: Looked like there was no doubt shot was good
Does Oklahoma have the edge over Kansas?
Prohm: If McKay behaves, he'll return
Iowa State coach Steve Prohm told ESPN that suspended forward Jameel McKay will play Saturday if he handles the rest of this week the right way.
West Virginia forward Jonathan Holton has been reinstated from his indefinite suspension for violating team rules, coach Bob Huggins said Thursday.
Not all win-loss records are created equal: A comparison of Iowa (19-4), Indiana (19-5 ) using BPI and the newly released strength of record metric.
Ben Simmons couldn't rally LSU past South Carolina, despite another game showcasing his unique skills. It's difficult to appreciate what Simmons can do, since he's spending his only season of college hoops on a bubble team.
Texas Tech pulls off the upset over Iowa State
Baylor avoids third straight loss
Marquette needs 2OT to hand Providence third straight loss
Alabama fends off Texas A&M
Tulsa gets the road upset over No. 16 SMU
Bizarre sequence costs Boise State a win
Our experts were mixed before the season. Some liked Kansas. Others liked North Carolina. A few picked Maryland or Michigan State. Where do they stand now? Well, they definitely like Buddy Hield.
The Bilastrator sat down to order the best 68 teams in the land and realized something: Some teams on his list don't have the most compelling arguments to even be included.
Which smaller-conference teams can pull off big upsets in March? VCU is one of several squads that higher seeds won't want to face in the bracket.
Kansas battled into a three-way tie for first in the Big 12 by beating West Virginia. But plenty of tough tests remain for the Jayhawks, beginning with Saturday's game at Oklahoma.
Creighton upsets No. 5 Xavier
Purdue survives Michigan State's rally for OT win
Villanova handles DePaul in first game at No. 1
Kentucky rolls past Georgia
Williams collapses, UNC snaps slide
Virginia rolls over Virginia Tech
Miami edges Pitt with late tip-in
Wichita State makes easy work of Drake
The question has come up again, as it seemingly has all season: Who is No. 1? Our voters had a hard time -- again -- but eventually settled on Villanova. So, how long will this last?
Louisville was never anywhere near bubble consideration, but with one fewer team in the field, the bubble just got bigger.
There was Christian Laettner and Bobby Hurley, Steve Wojciechowski and Chris Collins. And then there was J.J. Redick. All played at Duke. All are white. All were hated. It's Grayson Allen's turn.
The NCAA will again use the term "first round" when referencing games played on the first Thursday and Friday of the men's basketball tournament.
The American Athletic Conference produced a national champion in 2014, but it could land just three teams in this season's NCAA tournament. What happened to the league?
What do 25 3-pointers in a game look like?
Let Montana State show you.
Tom Crean gets his pregame stretching in
Even coaches have to stay limber at Indiana.
Bubble Watch: Time is running out for LSU
The most interesting team in Bubble Watch history got more interesting with a loss at South Carolina. Saturday's date with Texas A&M is one of few opportunities remaining for the Tigers. Bubble Watch
Bill Walton plays the glockenspiel
And can't tell the difference between a bear and a beaver.
Globetrotters dunk on everyone at ESPN
Bob Ley has the nickname of "The General" and the Harlem Globetrotters treated him like a Washington General.
Southpaw slam fires up Walton
Cal's Jaylen Brown threw down a vicious left-handed dunk that had Bill Walton screaming "Keep Berkeley weird."
Minuteman's stylish finish in transition
Donte Clark went with the double-clutch dunk for UMass.
Bill Walton helps keep Berkeley weird
He played the glockenspiel, saluted Thomas Edison, and wore that shirt.
Buzzer-beater forces double overtime
Colorado's George King hit a fallaway 3-pointer as time expired to send the Buffaloes into double overtime.
Indiana surges later to top No. 4 Iowa
The Hoosiers moved into a three-way tie for the Big Ten lead with an 85-78 win.
California rolls past No. 11 Oregon
The Golden Bears won 83-63 to pick up their largest victory over a top-15 team since 1995-96.
Montana State hits 25 3's in 101-58 victory
The Bobcats shot 58.1 percent from distance as they hit the second-most 3-pointers in a single game against a Division I opponent in NCAA history. Box score
Indiana knocks off No. 4 Iowa
The Hoosiers improved to 6-1 over the last five seasons at home against top-5 opponents with an 85-78 win to move into a tie atop the Big Ten standings. Indiana's bench outscored Iowa's 28-0. Box score
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This was a HUGE victory for Indiana -- not just because it gave the Hoosiers a much-needed "resume" win, and because they did it with an off-game from Yogi Ferrell -- but because four of IU's final six games are against the likes of Michigan State (road), Purdue, Iowa (road) and Maryland.
Reverse slam caps off Cal's win
Jabari Bird put the finishing touch on the Golden Bears' blowout victory.
No. 11 Oregon toppled by Cal 83-63
Jabari Bird scored a game-high 24 points as the Golden Bears won their third straight matchup against a ranked team. Box score
No. 4 Iowa in trouble on the road
Indiana has pushed its lead back to nine with less than four minutes to play. The Hawkeyes' Jarrod Uthoff has a game-high 23 points, but the Hoosiers have gathered 18 offensive rebounds. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN
Syracuse wins fourth straight
The Orange dominated the second half against Florida State to earn an 85-72 win and capture their seventh win in eight games.
Golden Bears punishing the rim vs. Ducks
Tyrone Wallace and Cal have built a 24-point lead at home over No. 11 Oregon.
Uthoff's slam pulls Hawkeyes even on ESPN
The Hawkeyes have climbed out of a 16-point hole in Assembly Hall to tie the game early in the second half on this dunk by Jarrod Uthoff.
Cal starts second half in style
A block on defense and a monster slam in transition at the other end put the Golden Bears up by 20 over No. 11 Oregon on ESPN2.
No. 4 Iowa down 45-38 in Assembly Hall
Tom Crean had to be pleased with Indiana's 3-point shooting as the Hoosiers went 7-of-13 from distance. And when they missed, they attacked the glass, pulling down 12 offensive rebounds on 17 missed shots. Live on ESPN
Cal up big on No. 11 Oregon at halftime
Jabari Bird poured in 16 points and went 4-of-7 from 3-point range as the Golden Bears jumped out to an 18-point lead at home. Live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN