1. Ranking the 10 Greatest Individual Performances in Final Four History

    A player can plant his name in history with a standout performance on the big stage of the Final Four. Our list of the top individual performances in the semifinals and finals of ...

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  2. The 10 Most Shocking Upsets in Final Four History

    If No. 9-seeded Wichita State wins Saturday's NCAA tournament semifinal game against Louisville, the No. 1 overall seed, it will go down as one of the biggest upsets in Final Four history...

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  3. Ranking the Best Final Four Games in NCAA Tournament History

    We're down to the Final Four in the 2013 NCAA tournament, leading us to recall some of the great games that took place in the national semifinals...

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  4. Top Players to Watch on Day 9 of NCAA Tournament

    The stakes have been raised, as two teams will earn berths in the Final Four on Saturday. Syracuse takes on Marquette in a matchup of Big East foes who have faced each other many ...

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  5. The 2013 All-NCAA Tournament Team Through Round of 32

    Only one week of NCAA tournament action is in the books, but some players already have established themselves as postseason stars. A lot can change in the next two weeks...

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  6. Ranking the Top 10 Stories of March Madness

    March Madness is about the fascinating stories behind the players and teams involved in the event as much as it is about the action on the court. Sometimes the stories start before the NCAA tournament begins and are enhanced by the team's success...

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  7. Upset Meter for Every Sweet 16 Game

    Three teams seeded No. 12 or lower have reached the Sweet 16, indicating upsets are very much a part of the 2013 NCAA tournament. More surprises may be in store in the next round Thursday and Friday...

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  8. Top Players to Watch on Day 5 of NCAA Tournament

    Sixteen teams survived Thursday's second-round games, setting them up for third-round matchups on Day 5 of the NCAA tournament Saturday. The early jitters should be out of the way, and this year's postseason stars should begin to establish themselves...

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  9. Obama Bracket: Breaking Down the President's Picks in 2013

    After years of pundits saying we should take politics out of sports, ESPN has injected politics into sports by having President Barack Obama make his NCAA tournament predictions...

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  10. Complete Predictions and Full Results from NCAA Tournament Round of 64

    To help you sort through the mayhem in the round of 64, we're here to analyze the 2013 NCAA tournament games that are already in the books and preview the ones coming up over the weekend...

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  11. 2013 NCAA Tournament Bracket: 10 Must-See Matchups in Round of 64

    Targeting early-round NCAA tournament games that promise to be fascinating is important work with 32 games competing for your attention on Thursday and Friday. Must-see games in the round of 64 must have at least one of the following features: 1...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about over 1 year ago 2,231 reads 2 comments

  12. The 10 College Basketball Teams with the Roughest Roads to the Final Four

    Assessing which teams have the roughest road to the Final Four is a risky venture. Early-round upsets can change the picture dramatically in an instant...

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  13. 25 Most Clutch Performances in NCAA Tournament History

    A clutch performance in an NCAA tournament involves more than merely making a game-winning shot. A big shot at the end of a game is certainly part of the equation...

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  14. 10 Overrated Teams You Should Be Wary of Picking in Your March Madness Pool

    Much of a team's postseason success depends on matchups , making it difficult to identify overrated teams before the NCAA tournament bracket is announced...

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  15. 10 Mid-Major Stars You Should Know Before March Madness

    A major appeal of March Madness is its habit of catapulting little-known mid-major players into national prominence. Few had heard of Lehigh's C.J. McCollum before he scored 30 points in last year's first-round upset of Duke...

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  16. 15 NCAA Basketball Teams Hitting Panic Button as Conference Tournaments Begin

    Pressure is mounting on a number of teams. A lot of teams know they need to fare well in their conference tournament to reach the NCAA tournament, but not all of them are in panic mode...

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  17. The Biggest Villains in College Basketball History

    A college basketball villain has one of two qualities. 1. A significant portion of the college basketball viewing public roots for that person or group to fail. 2...

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  18. The 10 Most Bitter Coaching Rivalries in College Basketball

    Today's world of social media, increased exposure and public relations concerns has dampened the coaching feuds that once pervaded college basketball...

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  19. 8 NCAA Basketball Teams That Have the Recipe to Win It All

    Recent history suggests the recipe to win an NCAA championship consists of five ingredients: 1. NBA Talent: Every one of the past 25 national champions had at least one first-round NBA draft pick on the team...

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  20. Ranking the 10 Greatest Mid-Major Teams in NCAA Basketball History

    The most difficult aspect of ranking mid-major teams is defining the term "mid-major." The strict definition of a mid-major team is any school that's not a member of one of the six major conferences (ACC, Big East, Pac-12, SEC, Big Ten, Big 12)...

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  21. The Most One-Dimensional Teams in College Basketball

    Either by choice or necessity, some college basketball teams pin their hopes on a distinctive style or a single player. If it lacks the versatility or willingness to adapt to various situations or opponents, a team is labeled as one-dimensional...

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  22. Ranking the 10 Cockiest Players in College Basketball

    Cockiness gets a bad rap. Unless a player is belittling an opponent or is downright rude, being cocky is a good trait that usually benefits the player and the team, especially in tight situations...

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  23. NCAA Tournament 2013: 10 Teams Bracketologists Can't Agree on

    Debate rages about which teams are positioned to get into the NCAA tournament. Even the experts who pore over the numbers don't agree, and with Selection Sunday less than three weeks away, their projections are changing almost daily...

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  24. Ranking the 10 Point Guards Most Likely to Dominate the 2013 NCAA Tournament

    The belief that elite point-guard play is required to have success in the NCAA tournament is more than just an adage; it's a fact. Last year, it was reflected in the surprising run of Ohio behind the play of D...

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  25. Kentucky Basketball: What Wildcats Need to Do to Make NCAA Tournament.

    A perplexing Kentucky season became considerably more complex on February 12, when freshman center Nerlens Noel was lost for the season with a knee injury...

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