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No. 16 seed University of Maryland, Baltimore County's stunning win over No. 1 University of Virginia on March 16, caused a stir in the NCAA tournament.
On a night of Twitter roasting, no one took more grief than Seth Davis, who finally admitted “I have egg on my face."
Those contemplated attending the school have been subject to a teasing acronym: “U Made a Bad Choice.” Now who's laughing?
As the Retrievers made history, captivated fans posted photos of their retrievers. And also of other random doggos, because why not?
Thundering Herd record their first-ever NCAA tournament win, while Wichita State becomes the second No. 4 seed to bow out in two days.
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Coming off a stunning victory over Arizona, the 13th-seeded Bulls are poised to face Kentucky. But for their coach, molding men is equally important.
Maryland Baltimore County Retrievers become first bottom seed ever to beat a top seed, and they do it with authority, 74-54.
Here are every team's chances of advancing in the tournament.
Capitals center slashed on left arm before slamming into boards late in the second period. He did not return.
The Wolf Pack rallied repeatedly in an overtime victory, leaving them to celebrate while the Longhorns lamented lost opportunities.
The news comes at a pretty bad time for injury-ravaged Golden State.
North Carolina is loose as it beats Lipscomb to start its quest to do something the program hasn’t in 49 years — make three straight Final Fours.
Georgia State didn’t beat heavy favorite Cincinnati, but its presence was a reminder of why the NCAA tournament needs to include more lower-level teams like it.
Washington adds an extra option to the mix for the back end of its rotation.