The Gators were already one of Kentucky's primary challengers in next year's SEC race. Now they could be co-favorites.
The winding road the Red Raiders took to the title game, with a tough roster led by a tenacious coach, wasn’t supposed to come up painfully short.
In a season of parity across women’s basketball, Baylor was the one consistent force, but its national championship journey was far from simple.
Kenny Wooten, the latest member of Oregon's shot-blocking tradition, is rising at the perfect time for the Ducks.
Tennesee showed poise in the midst of a potential 25-point meltdown to reach the Sweet 16 for the first time in five years.
Think defending Zion Williamson is hard? Try photographing him in mid-flight.
Super-productive forward Brandon Clarke never imagined he'd be an essential part of the best college basketball team out west.
The support from Ole Miss administrators didn't diminish the courage of the basketball players who knelt during the national anthem, but it surely made their decision to express themselves easier.
Less than 24 hours after becoming a Notre Dame hero, Arike Ogunbowale still isn't over her unforgettable day-late contribution to March Madness.
Sister Jean went from the most lovable person at the Final Four to one of the most polarizing people, according to Basketball Twitter.
The Pac-12 has a crowded bubble and a dearth of dominant teams. What happens in Vegas could affect the entire bracket.
Sean Miller vehemently denied the report that he discussed arranging payment to land Deandre Ayton, putting the media in the crosshairs.
Knox is the best player within John Calipari's star-studded 2017 freshman class.
It’s not unreasonable to expect Jackson to be the most impactful freshman in the Big Ten.
Underdog or not, Gonzaga clearly has the right pieces to topple UNC in Monday night's national championship game.
Johnathan Motley's talent was always obvious but it was too often paired with inconsistency during the forward's first two seasons at Baylor. A change in approach led to a leap forward in 2016–17, and Motley's star turn has the Bears within sight of the Final Four.
NCAA tournament bracket watch: With many conference tournaments having already been decided, what changes has the field of 68 seen?
Happ was once considered soft by his own teammates, but now he's the anchor of a Wisconsin team looking to make a third Final Four in four years.
In a down year for mid-majors, these three leagues could put 30 or more teams into the field of 68.
Keene, a transfer star for the Chippewas, is hell-bent on becoming the first Division I player in two decades to score 30 points a game.
After a wild weekend of upset losses in the Big 12, Louisville is within striking distance of a No. 1 seed in the 2017 NCAA tournament bracket.
With the Super Bowl in the books, it's time for the country to turn its attention to college basketball.
Kansas, riding back-to-back wins over Kentucky and Baylor, moves to No.1 as the Power Rankings takes a late-season sartorial interlude.
J.R. Simon and Zach Bush, Wichita State walk-ons, are the last holdovers from the Shockers' Final Four season.
Expect leagues like the ACC and Big East to soak up a lot of the NCAA tournament's at-large bids.
Gonzaga, the last unbeaten team in college basketball, is the new No. 1 team in the Power Rankings.
NCAA rules specify a minimum amount of time off for student-athletes, but what if a coach increased it for his players?
Borrowing an idea from the College Football Playoff, the Selection Committee will release a preview of the NCAA tournament bracket on Feb. 11.
Kentucky, South Carolina and Florida are the only safe bets from the SEC, and that league's shortfalls could help create a record-setting number of invitations for the ACC.