NCAA Basketball Tournament
WCCO has been your home for the NCAA Basketball Tournament. The championship game Monday night may not include a Minnesota team, but it will have some strong Minnesota ties.
There are plenty of story lines for each squad as Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Duke head to Indianapolis for the Final Four. Duke and Michigan State face off first Saturday night, then we get Kentucky against Wisconsin for a night cap. The winners meet Monday night for the national championship. So which team will be celebrating when it’s all over?
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The national semifinals will air on TBS in 2014 and 2015, with the title game remaining on CBS, the companies said Tuesday.
Sunday may feel like old times for Minnesota’s Tubby Smith and Florida’s Billy Donovan. They certainly are familiar with each other.
The brackets are set, and now they’ll be played. Millions of people will fill out NCAA basketball brackets again this year in hopes of winning a combination of money and bragging rights.
Confidence or tempting fate? That’s the question one has to ponder when considering that Kansas University’s Athletics Department is selling T-shirts boasting a NCAA championship win already, despite the fact that they don’t face off against Kentucky until Monday evening.
The debate over Iowa State’s decision to hire Fred Hoiberg two years ago included at least one point everyone could agree on. Even if Hoiberg could make the transition from NBA executive to Big 12 coach, it was going to take time.