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5 Things That Make Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes Off-Court Star of NCAA Tournament

Wisconsin’s Nigel Hayes in the most interesting character in the NCAA tournament. The sophomore forward is averaging 13.7 points per game thus far in the tournament, but it’s his off-court antics that have made him a star. 548 more words

Marv Albert is 'under the weather', Replaced by Brian Anderson for Call of Kentucky-Notre Dame

Marv Albert will not call tonight’s Midwest Regional Final in Cleveland between undefeated Kentucky and Notre Dame. Turner/CBS announced late Friday night that the veteran broadcaster is “under the weather.” Albert will be… 74 more words

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Kentucky is "Elite" but still hasn't reached its peak

Kentucky might be undefeated and in the Elite Eight, but the Wildcats might not have even reached their peak yet in this tournament. UK has found ways to win despite poor shooting outings and giving up a lot of offensive rebounds. 52 more words

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That Last-Second Free-Throw in the Duke-Utah Game Cost Vegas Millions

A seemingly meaningless free-throw shot in the Duke-Utah Sweet 16 game cost Vegas big bucks Friday night.

When the buzzer sounded, Duke was up five points 62-57. 471 more words

Michigan State vs. Louisville: Point Spread, Over-Under & Money Line

Louisville and Michigan State are no stranger to the NCAA Tournament Final Four. UL made appearances recently in 2012 and 2013, while MSU has been there in 2009 and 2010. 320 more words


NCAA Final 4 to disrupt Indiana Legislature's schedule

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana lawmakers will have a slightly extended break from the Statehouse while the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four is in Indianapolis.

Legislative leaders have decided to call off action for Monday, April 6, the day the national championship game is set for Lucas Oil Stadium. 89 more words


The NFL, Big 10, and NCAA are all weighing in on Indiana's controversial religious freedom law

On Thursday, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a religious freedom law that prohibits state or local governments from substantially burdening a person’s ability to exercise their religion. 203 more words