Everyone watching the national final Monday night saw the CBS replay that showed Duke was the last to touch a ball that went out of bounds in the closing minutes. Turns out, the refs didn't see the best angle of the replay and awarded Duke the ball.
It’s time to look forward and point toward 2015-16. How will the Big Ten look? Check out BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's very early predictions inside.
The ink is barely dry on the 2014-15 season. So, that means it’s time to look toward to next season. Yes, the early, early Top 25s for 2015-16 are out, and people are high on the Big Ten.
With the men's basketball season in the books, BTN.com asked a beat writer from every school for his/her team's 2014-15 MVP. See all the beat writers' picks inside.
INDIANAPOLIS — It started well for Wisconsin on college basketball’s biggest stage as the shots fell, the defense smothered, and the Badgers, eying the Big Ten’s first national championship in 15 years, led by nine points. [ MORE: Twitter: Badgers, past and present, react to national final loss ] But then came Duke, fueled by an unsuspected freshman hero not named Okafor or Winslow and guided by a coach with a history of winning big games. The freshman was Grayson Allen, who scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half after averaging just four a game this season. Allen
Wisconsin was hoping to celebrate the program's second national title Monday night. Duke had other ideas, however. Check out what several Badgers, past and present, tweeted after the game inside.
Duke rallied past Wisconsin, 68-63, in the national final Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. With the win, the Blue Devils claimed their fifth national title and denied the Badgers their second.
The Final Four is one of the biggest sporting events in the nation, and the national title game is one of the biggest stages in the nation. [ MORE: Get all of our NCAA tournament coverage ] That being the case, the stars were out to take in the Wisconsin vs. Duke game Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Let’s see, there was Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, an adopted Wisconsin fan who has followed the Badgers’ run, and former Wisconsin defensive end and current NFL All-Pro J.J. Watt, who was seated next to Caroline Wozniacki, the
Jahlil Okafor scored two big buckets late and his freshman buddy Tyus Jones hit a key 3-pointer to lift Duke to its fifth national title Monday night in a 68-63 comeback win over Wisconsin.
Big events always bring out the best in sports photography, and we expect Monday night’s NCAA Final Four championship game between Duke and Wisconsin to be no exception. Have a look at the best shots from the game. Also, check out these previous photos galleries.