Michigan has authored the most compelling story in the nation this March. John Beilein's crew looks to continue it this week in the Midwest Region semifinals. Get Tom Dienhart's preview inside.
Three Big Ten teams remained in the NCAA women's basketball tournament heading into Sunday, and two (Maryland and Ohio State) won to advance to the Sweet 16.
This season was always going to be a rebuilding year for the Hawkeyes. Now that it's over, Iowa can start pushing toward a potentially long run as an NCAA Tournament program.
It was a battle for about 35 minutes between No. 1 seed Kansas and No. 8 seed Michigan State, but the Jayhawks opened the floodgates in the final minutes for a 90-70 win.
Maryland topped West Virginia on Sunday to advance to the Sweet 16, but that might not have been the biggest story. That’s because Destiny Slocum drained a shot, a three-quarter court overhead heave, like you’ve probably never seen. The accuracy is one thing, but how about the strength, with both feet planted on the court, to get the ball to travel all of the way to the hoop? Watch the highlight buzzer-beater in the tweets below. DESTINY SLOCUM, WE ARE NOT WORTHY #SCtop10 #FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/7QVTNmy2cZ — Maryland WBB (@umdwbb) March 19, 2017 OH MY! 😮 #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/YzAlvMd8jR — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter)
Someone call Hollywood. The Michigan story keeps getting better, as the No. 7 Wolverines are off to the Sweet 16 for the third time in five years after knocking off No. 2 Louisville, 73-69, on Sunday afternoon.
Is any team having more fun right now than white-hot Michigan? The Big Ten tourney champs are on an absolute tear, winners of seven in a row and 12 of 14 after it rallied to upset No. 2 seed Louisville on Sunday afternoon.
Before No. 9 Michigan State takes on No. 1 Kansas in the Midwest Region on Sunday night, BTN researcher Harold Shelton shares with you what the Spartans have working in their favor and working against them in their matchup vs. the Jayhawks.
Three Big Ten teams made the NCAA men's hockey tourney, it was announced Sunday afternoon. Big Ten regular-season champ Minnesota earned a No. 1 seed to pace the trio. See the full bracket inside.
Before No. 7 Michigan battles No. 2 Louisville in the Midwest Region on Sunday, BTN researcher Harold Shelton shares with you what the white-hot Big Ten tourney champs have working in their favor and working against them in their matchup vs. the Cardinals.