Kentucky Wins Facebook’s NCAA Bracket, Obama’s Too

If you’re having trouble finishing your NCAA tournament bracket, you could turn to the largest social network in the world or the leader of the free world for help. Facebook mined all the posts and comments about all the teams…

Jennifer Lawrence Cheers on Louisville Cardinals

Jennifer Lawrence was back in her hometown near Louisville, Kentucky over the Christmas holidays, and she cheered on the Louisville Cardinals while she was there. The Hunger Games star wore a Louisville t-shirt and even got into a team cheer…

NCAA Final: Kentucky Wildcats Will Meet The UConn Huskies

In an incredibly unlikely scenario in the NCAA Final, Kentucky will match up with Connecticut, in a game between the SEC and the AAC conferences. Neither team was predicted to go far, yet they will both be playing for the…

Kentucky Upsets Michigan, Earns A Trip To The Final Four

Kentucky came into the NCAA tournament as a No.8 seed, and many people did not have high expectations from the young team after mid-season struggles, but they have made quite a run to earn a spot in the Final Four.…

UConn Upsets Michigan State, Advances To The Final Four

In one of the worst offensive performances in the NCAA tournament, the UConn Huskies defeated the Michigan State Spartans. The Spartans were highly favored coming into the Elite Eight match-up, and many people thought that they had what it takes…

Willie Cauley-Stein’s Status For Elite Eight Game Is Doubtful

Kentucky won a hard fought battle against their in-state rivals last night, and were forced to play throughout part of the game without Willie Cauley-Stein. The Kentucky forward suffered an injury in the first half of the Louisville game, and…

Kentucky Fans Still the Most Basketball Obsessed, Twitter Data Shows

When it comes to loyal and devoted college basketball fandom, there’s simply no place like my old Kentucky home. The University of Kentucky Wildcats have the most wins in the history of college basketball, and they also have the highest…

March Madness 2014: The Games Start On Thursday, Are Your Brackets Ready?

The madness will soon be upon us, as all of the top teams, and their fans, prepare for the big NCAA tournament that will ignite March Madness 2014. It has been a wild year that has seen several top teams…

NIT Tournament Reveals Bracket, SMU Is No.1 Seed

Well, clearly the NIT tournament is not one that everyone gets excited about, but some teams that do not make the NCAA tournament are able to continue playing, and have even been able to make a statement in the NIT…

Florida Gators Win SEC, Claim No.1 Overall Seed In NCAA Tournament

In a year where no team seems to be in control, the one thing that most people seem to agree on is the fact that the Florida Gators were the team that deserved the No.1 seed in the NCAA tournament.…

Danny Manning And Tulsa Heading To NCAA Tourney

Danny Manning is heading back to the NCAA Tournament, this time as head coach of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, who hired Manning as a head coach in March 2012. After a first year riddled by injuries to key players, the…

Warren Buffett Backs Billion Dollar March Madness Contest

In a move apt to bring a smile to the face of every statistics geek on Earth, Warren Buffett is backing a one billion dollar payout for anyone who can perfectly pick the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Quicken Loans is…

Kevin Ware Returns To Play With Louisville

Anyone who was watching that emotional game that Louisville played against Duke during the NCAA tournament will surely remember the horrific injury that was suffered by Louisville’s Kevin Ware. His dramatic injury resulted in a broken leg in one of…

CBS Broken Leg Replay Banned on TV, “No Problem” Online

CBS was broadcasting the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional final between Louisville and Duke on Sunday when Louisville player Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries ever seen in college basketball. As Ware jumped to block a three point…

Kevin Ware: Leg Surgery Could Bring Him Back Next Year

During last night’s NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional final between Louisville and Duke, Louisville player Kevin Ware jumped to block a three point shot and landed poorly, breaking his leg, including his tibia (shin) bone, in two places. The gruesome injury…

Tubby Smith Fired From Minnesota Basketball

College basketball coach Tubby Smith coached the 11-seeded University of Minnesota men’s basketball team past six-seeded UCLA in the second round of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament, but the team lost to third-seed Florida in the next round. Evidently, a…

Facebook Picks a NCAA Tourney Winner Based on Team Buzz

There’s no telling who’s going to be left standing in a couple weeks when the NCAA tournament comes to a close. This season has been a showcase of true parity, with a bunch of good teams but no standout dominating…

Watch President Obama Fill Out His NCAA Bracket

President Obama, self-proclaimed avid college basketball fan, has just made his predictions for how March Madness will play out. ESPN calls it “Barack-etology. Cute. This year, the President selects Louisville, Ohio St., Florida, and Indiana to advance to the Final…

A Simple Demonstration on Why You’ll Never Pick the Perfect NCAA Bracket

With the NCAA Tournament fast approaching, people are beginning to fill out their brackets with the hopes of stunning their office buddies with the perfect pick of all 63 games. Too bad it’s simply not going to happen for you.…

Gonzaga Is LinkedIn’s Pick to Win the Tourney Based on ‘Dedication Score’

LinkedIn thinks that they know who will will this year’s NCAA Tournament, and they don’t even need to consider basketball. Well, they need to consider the word “basketball,” but that’s about it. In alternative method to fill out a bracket…