Michigan returned to NCAA glory on the backs of Tim Hardaway Jr.and Trey Burke last season, but can the Wolverines repeat their success with their two stars off in greener pastures?
Despite one lone championship back in 1960, the Buckeyes are a perennial March Madness contender and look to be in top form half way through 2014.
The Tom Izzo -led Spartans haven’t missed an NCAA tournament since 1998 and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change in 2014.
The Wisconsin Badgers are off to a 8-0 start but can their tough defense hold up all the way into March?
Overtime seemed to be the theme of the weekend: Notre Dame prevails. Michigan falls and the rest of your NCAA scores from February 9-10.
Another week, another upset. For the fifth week in a row the nation’s top team falls after rising to the top.
Kansas lost two in a row. The Bears are bleeding out and MVC is up from grabs. Check out what you missed last night with That Just Happened.
Indiana downs Michigan, Oklahoma State downs Kansas. It was a Saturday of upsets in the NCAA.
After years of falling short, the Michigan Wolverines are back from the NCAA ashes with a team that can do a lot more than just make the tournament.
Currently ranked 8th in the country, Minnesota hopes to hold down their place in the NCAA standings with some stiff Big Ten competition on the horizion.
The Badgers have broken into the tournament for 14 consecutive seasons but still an elusive NCAA Title eludes them. Could a retooled offense be the difference in 2013?
Tom Izzo is taking his team back to the up-tempo offense he’s had success with in the past. But is it enough to overcome the competition in the Big Ten?
Cody Zeller and Christian Watford return to lead the revival of Hoosiers basketball. Can Indiana win their first title in 26 years?
The Buckeyes are back but without William Buford or Jared Sullinger. Their fate in 2013 lies in two talented but unproven guards.