Jim Boeheim has never been very likable, but after winning 900 games over the course of 40 years and taking No. 10 seed Syracuse to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four, there's something to be said for his perpetual dourness.
Every year, March Madness makes hundreds of millions of dollars for the NCAA, and every year they explain why the players don't get any of it. It's bullshit.
Syracuse will enter its Final Four matchup against top-seeded North Carolina as an underdog, but the Orange have a real chance to advance to the NCAA tournament title game.
North Carolina's old-school offense, Syracuse's incredible comeback, and Seth Davis's War on Math Nerds highlight our daily NCAA Tournament roundup.
This is the madness they warned you about.
Top-seeded Virginia is one NCAA Tournament win away from the Final Four, playing a slow, smothering, hope-killing style of basketball that has a beauty all its own.
This sounds about right.
Syracuse blows out Dayotn despite being the "underdog."
March snubs for St. Mary's and St. Bonaventure don't indicate bias toward brand-name teams. But they suggest the selection committee is looking at the wrong things.
The undefeated Orangemen of 1990 are widely considered the greatest college lacrosse team of all time. Thanks to the NCAA, they remain, officially, nonexistent.
Louisville's self-imposed men's basketball postseason ban for alleged NCAA rules violations mostly hurts innocent athletes. A former Division I player argues that there has to be a better way.