Excitement Builds As Minneapolis Prepares For Final FourNow that we know who is coming to town, the team logos are being put into place on the side of the stadium – signs that the time has finally come.
Final Four Finishing Touches Underway In MinneapolisThe Minneapolis Final Four Local Organizing Committee says the games will bring 94,000 people to downtown Minneapolis and pump $148 million into the local economy.
'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.
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.
Fans React To Gophers Landing Spot In NCAA TournamentMany customers at Buffalo Wild Wings in Roseville focused on the big screen Sunday evening as CBS announced the field of 68 college basketball teams playing in the NCAA Tournament, including the University of Minnesota.
Allie LaForce: Favorite Part Of The Tournament Is The Mass Chaos That EnsuesThe Turner Sports sideline reporter breaks down what she loves about this time time of year.
Ernie Johnson: My Dark Horse For The Tournament Is TennesseeThe Turner Sports studio host weighs in on why Tennessee could win the NCAA Tournament despite not being among the blue-blood programs.
Swin Cash: Loyola-Chicago's Final Four Experience Can Be An Advantage This Time Of YearThe CBS Sports Network college basketball analyst discussed the Ramblers shot at making another run, her Final Four picks and her favorite player to watch in college basketball this year.
Clark Kellogg: 'Kentucky At Top Of SEC In Terms Of Best Shot At Deep Tournament Run'CBS Sports college basketball analyst gives his thoughts on the tight SEC race, and if Kentucky, LSU or Tennessee is the top dog.
Mathis Scores 18 To Help Rutgers Beat Minnesota 68-64Gabe Kalscheur hit all his six 3-point shots and scored 21 points, while Daniel Oturu had 20 points and eight rebounds, for Minnesota. Kalscheur and Oturu each made 7 of 10 from the field while the rest of the Golden Gophers shot just 37.8 percent (9 of 34).