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Entitled to Do What He Wants

» John Feinstein: Florida Coach Billy Donovan has earned the right to make whatever decision he pleases after what he has accomplished at Florida.

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OSU's Giant Provides Bigger Presence

» Sally Jenkins: While Roy Hibbert played well, Ohio State's Greg Oden just came up a little bit larger to lead the Buckeyes past the Hoyas.

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A Good Run, But Plenty Still to Learn

» Thomas Boswell: In their first trip to the Final Four, the Georgetown Hoyas showed stage fright, but if they all return they should be better prepared come next year.

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The Hoyas' Splendid Identity Crisis

» Mike Wise: Georgetown has far less star power overall than the other three Final Four teams, but the Hoyas are a selfless team solely focused on winning the title.

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A Coach, Not a Crusader

» Michael Wilbon: John Thompson Jr.'s past fights for equality and social justice have allowed his son, John Thompson III, to simply coach his team a generation later.

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Hard Road to Hoop Dreams

» Kenneth Ikenberry: Georgetown's success has its roots in what John Thompson Jr. learned, and lived with, at a Catholic high school in Northeast Washington.

Kornheiser's Bracket

» Tony Kornheiser: Looking into his crystal ball, does he see any upsets? Go with the chalk? Find out who he has winning it all and what he has to say about it.

Charting Durant's Growth

» Video: Kevin Durant of Texas only turned 18 in September, and he is a candidate to be the first freshman ever named NCAA player of the year. » Post's Jenkins | Related Story

Beasley's Odyssey

» Video: Gaithersburg native Michael Beasley, one of the country's best prep players, has been on a six-school, five-state odyssey. » Post's Saslow | Related Story

The Six Degrees of March's Mayhem

» PDF: How many of the 65 coaches in this NCAA tournament can be connected to each other, going back just one generation?

A Quarter-Century Worth of Memories

» PDF: The tournament has risen to historic heights since North Carolina freshman Michael Jordan hit the game-winning jumper against Georgetown in the 1982 title game.

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Regional Finals


» Powell, Friday
» Kilgore and Carig, Thursday
» The Chat House, Monday


East Region: Capsules
» Feinstein's Analysis
West Region: Capsules
» Feinstein's Analysis
South Region: Capsules
» Feinstein's Analysis
Midwest Region: Capsules
» Feinstein's Analysis


Noah » Sophomore Joakim Noah and Florida dominate UCLA, 73-57, for the Gators first NCAA tournament title.

Beer Madness

Beer » Sunday Source puts 32 American beers to a blind taste test in its first annual tournament.