Rising Star: Oregon Guard Tyler DorseyTyler Dorsey, Oregon's sophomore guard, has been on a scoring tear. Can he keep his Ducks flying against the Wolverines from Michigan?
CBS Sports' Debbie Antonelli 'Surprised And Very Excited' To Call Butler-WinthropDebbie Antonelli, longtime broadcaster, discusses being the first woman to call a men's NCAA Tournament since 1995 and looks ahead to action.
LISTEN: Frank Martin: 'Unbelievable Moment For State, Team, School'South Carolina head coach Frank Martin talks about their Sweet 16 run, which includes a win over Duke, and playing Baylor.
LISTEN: Frank Martin: 'Unbelievable Moment For State, Team, School'South Carolina head coach Frank Martin talks about their Sweet 16 run, which includes a win over Duke, and playing Baylor.
Rising Star: South Carolina Forward Chris SilvaSophomore forward Chris Silva first played basketball in high school, now he's the key force behind the Gamecocks' run to the Sweet 16.
LISTEN: Matt Painter: 'We Just Try To Keep It Simple'Purdue head coach talks about making the Sweet 16 and some of the upsets in this year's NCAA Tournament so far.
Keidel: Why Does Coach K Put Up With This?Duke was recently upset in the NCAA Tournament's round of 32, but Mike Krzyzewski is still one of the greatest college coaches ever.
WATCH: Fan Essentials: Most Dominant Team EverEven among the NCAA Tournament winners, a few teams stand out. Fan Essentials explores the most dominant teams ever.
Turnaround, Tourney Bid Give Gophers High Hopes For Next YearWith eight straight victories to recover from a 3-6 start in Big Ten play, Minnesota finished with its first winning conference record since 2005 and its best mark in 20 years since the program's only Final Four appearance.
WATCH: Fan Essentials: Biggest CollapseWhat happens when it all falls apart? These NCAA Tournament teams know, as CBS Sports Radio personalities explain.
Watching March Madness At Work? You're Not AloneLast year, people spent 18.1 million hours consuming video via NCAA March Madness Live, the app that delivers content including game feeds, scores and bracket contests to mobile devices and through the internet.
Keidel: March Madness, The Best Time For SportsThe NCAA Tournament's long first weekend packs in more college basketball than we can possibly watch, and the madness is glorious.

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