Simulated March Madness: Duke, Seton Hall, Maryland & Baylor To Final Four?Find yourself daydreaming about what would have happened in the NCAA Tournament? The good people at Axios have run a simulation to find out.
Missing March Madness? NCAA Releases Bracket Of Best NCAA Tournament MomentsThe NCAA Tournament would have started today. To help fans cope, the organization released a bracket of the tournament's best moments.
Turner Sports Exec Jeff Zucker: NCAA Tournament 'Can Be An Outlet Of Emotional, Psychological Relief For Country'The Chairman of WarnerMedia News and Sports joined CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus to discuss NCAA Tournament broadcast plans.
NCAA Tournament Picks: What Team Will Win It All?With the NCAA Tournament down to Final Four teams Auburn, Virginia, Texas Tech and Michigan State, CBS Local sports anchors pick winners.
Michigan State Stuns Duke To Advance To Final FourMichigan State will face West Region champ Texas Tech for a berth in the national title game. Virginia will face Auburn.
NCAA Tournament Picks: What Teams Will Advance To The Final Four?With the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 and Elite Eight coming, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Final Four.
CBS To Air 'March Madness Begins' Episode On Final Four Sunday'March Madness Begins,' a special episode of the 'Four Sides of the Story' series, looks inside the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
NCAA Tournament: How Are The Top NBA Prospects Doing?Many top prospects in this year's NBA Draft are still alive in the NCAA Tournament. How are they doing, and where do their teams stand?
Tournament Buzz: Oregon's Kenny Wooten A Human Highlight ReelThe Oregon sophomore stood out during the first weekend of play in the NCAA Tournament.
'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.