The Final Four of the NCAA Tournament gets underway in Minneapolis on Saturday.
YouGov poll finds Americans consider the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament as the third-most exciting events on the calendar.
Four games are on the calendar on Friday to complete the Sweet 16 round.
All the four number one seeds are still in the tournament and go into the Sweet 16 round as favorites.
The Sweet 16 round of March Madness gets underway on Thursday in Anaheim, California.
Former President Barack Obama has shared his tips for March Madness since 2009.
The First Four games get underway on Tuesday, while the First Round starts on Thursday.
March Madness gets underway with the First Four round on Tuesday, March 19.
Duke is an 11/5 favorite, followed by Gonzaga and North Carolina at 5/1 and 6/1, respectively.
Duke enters the Big Dance as the number one overall seed.
The ACC Player of the Year finished with 13-of-13 from the field as Duke beat Syracuse 84-72.
The NCAA Final Four gets underway on Saturday in San Antonio.
The Buffalo Bulls pulled off a huge upset by beating fourth-seeded Arizona in the first round.
Bush backed Texas A&M to clinch a first NCAA title.
Research shows the number of vasectomies during March Madness spikes every year.
March Madness kicks off on Thursday.
A jump ball in the final minute should have been ruled in Gonzaga's favor.
How did we get from James Naismith's Springfield, Massachusetts, YMCA gym in 1891 to an immense basketball biosphere in the Sonoran Desert for the Final Four in 2017?
Przemek Karnowski, Zach Collins and Kennedy Meeks will make sure the championship game is decided in the paint.
A Valley of the Sun couple have one shining moment from the NCAA tournament commemorated in their basement.
North Carolina relied not on one of its blue-chip players, but rather a sophomore backup to advance to the Final Four.
Cinderella failed to show up to the ball at this year's big dance.
The best two days in sport are nearly here.
The NCAA is encouraging the University of Phoenix to continue its rapacious practices and exploiting the very students it claims to support.