The madness of March isn't just about brackets or lower seeds busting those brackets or frantic finishes that infuse viewers with such joy or rage that they may smooch or destroy their paper brack
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- Two days after he couldn't even jog without limping because of an injured ankle, Old Dominion's Trey Freeman hit the runner of his life.
After beating Maryland in the Round of 32, one Baltimore native reportedly said his Mountaineers would beat No. 1, undefeated Kentucky.
Two George Washington men's basketball players are transferring out of the program, CSNwashington.com has confirmed.