The Ncaa Tournament
Indiana, Illinois schools shut out of NCAA tournament while local players thrive at out-of-state programs
VALPARAISO | Long after the nets are cut down this evening at AT&T Stadium, Indiana and Illinois residents alike will continue to look back on the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament with great disdain.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. | Broncos third-year tight end Julius Thomas began the season with more NCAA tournament trips (two) on his resume than catches in the NFL (one).
Call it a season to remember for Manchester College’s Jordan Nieman.
NEW ORLEANS | Geno Auriemma has never lost an NCAA championship game.
WASHINGTON | Nineteen turnovers. Sixteen baskets. A season-low 50 points.
WASHINGTON | Yelps of support and echoing applause greeted the voice booming over the loudspeakers Wednesday at the scheduled start of practice for the East Regional's fourth seed: "Coached by Jim Boeheim, please welcome the Syracuse Orange!"
VALPARAISO | The lights were out, doors were locked and all was quiet at the Athletics-Recreation Center on Wednesday afternoon.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. | Illinois started strong and seemed to be setting itself up for another impressive win after defeating top-ranked Indiana, Gonzaga, Butler and Ohio State earlier this season.
SOUTH BEND | Since the NCAA tournament began two weeks ago, Notre Dame senior Becca Bruszewski has been faced with the possibility of playing in her final collegiate game on four different occasions.
MILWAUKEE | Buzz Williams isn't bragging when he says he doesn't sleep very much these days.
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