How Has Minneapolis Changed Since The Last Final Four?For some basketball fans, this weekend could be their first trip back to Minneapolis in 18 years. So how has the city changed?
Final Four Fans Get 'Clear' Warning About BagsHeads up for fans bringing any bags to the Final Four events.
Final Four Teams Start Arriving In MinneapolisTeam vying to be NCAA Basketball champions arrived in Minneapolis Wednesday night for this weekend's Final Four games.
'You Don't Want To Miss Out': Final Four Fun Catering To LocalsAll the Final Four fun is not just for the visitors. The festivities were really planned with locals in mind.
Texas Tech, Virginia Heading To Final Four In MinneapolisTwo of the spots in next weekend's Final Four in Minneapolis have now been claimed!
DeLaSalle Grad Reid Travis Finishing College Career In NCAA TournamentReid Travis played his high school basketball at DeLaSalle.. three years at Stanford. And then opted to exercise a grad transfer to Kentucky -- where he's again flourished.
Homeowners Seeing Dollar Signs From Final Four RentalsHomeowners and renters are hoping to make a quick buck when thousands of college basketball fans descend on the Twin Cities.
'Bittersweet': Minnesota Fans React To NCAA Tournament LossIn the Twin Cities, Golden Gopher fans are reeling after Saturday's loss to Michigan State, but they say they are still proud of all the team has accomplished.
Spartans Rout Gophers, Return To Sweet 16 1st Time Since '15Minnesota (23-14) had played its best game of the season in beating Louisville in the first round, but it struggled shooting early and was hamstrung by the absence of forward Jordan Murphy. The Gophers' No. 1 all-time rebounder and No. 2 scorer spent most of the first half behind the bench stretching his tight back.
Sweet 16 Trip On The Line As Minnesota Faces Michigan StateThe Gophers will play No. 2 seed Michigan State Saturday evening in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The winner will advance to the Sweet 16.
5 Twin Cities Players Will Take The Court During NDSU-Duke GameWhen a 16-seed takes on a No. 1 seed Friday night, a lot of Minnesotans will be watching. That's because a lot of Minnesotans will be on the court.