A classic championship game that capped 18 days of wonderful basketball had just about everything -- except the perfect ending.
- West Virginia's Butler tears ACL
- Duke's Smith looks to follow father
- Larranaga: Butler is no Cinderella
- Essay: Let's talk 'LaceDarius'
- Vasquez wins Cousy | Wooden finalist
- Boyish looks, brainy approach
- NIT: Dayton takes out Tar Heels for title
- Hokies' Delaney declares for draft
A classic championship capped a tourney that had everything except the perfect ending.
Bobby Plump, a Butler alum and real-life Jimmy Chitwood, is savoring the spotlight.
Led by Murray State, NCAA tournament's lower-seeded teams make their presence felt.
Against the Ohio Bobcats, Georgetown simply couldn't harness the madness.
Finding the perfect formula for a winner is a strange science as The Post takes a look back.
Columnist (and noted Jayhawk fan) Tracee Hamilton takes a crack at the bracket.
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Duke claims its fourth national title with a 61-59 victory over Butler on Monday night.
The Post's Dan Steinberg talks about the tournament and proposed expansion.
Take a look at snapshots of this year's madness with galleries from each round.
Maryland is sent packing by Michigan State in the second round of the tournament.
A once promising season comes to an end as Georgetown loses to 14th-seeded Ohio.