Matt Bonesteel uses Ken Pomeroy’s metrics to identify the five teams who have the best shot at winning the national title.
Neil Greenberg is back with his guide to filling out a men’s tournament bracket that will give you the most realistic chance of winning your pool.
Bonesteel looks at four lower seeds who could be worth picking to win in the first round.
Neil Greenberg’s picks to help win a large women’s bracket pool include two familiar names in the Final Four — and two surprises. Think South Carolina is the only option to win it all? Think again.
Greenberg also offers some tips for beginners who don’t want to put too much thought into this.
The top overall seed in the men’s tournament is one of the best teams in the country — but a poor pick to win it all due to their robust popularity. Neil Greenberg explains.
If anyone can beat the undefeated Gamcocks this season, it’ll probably be one of the teams picked by Megan Gauer.
As parity has increased in women’s basketball, so have mid-major surprises. Adam Vachon looks at four teams that could put a scare into high seeds from major conferences this month.
In the past 20 seasons, just 12 teams seeded outside of the top two lines have made it to the NCAA women’s Final Four. Megan Gauer looks at four teams seeded No. 3 or below that can make it to the final weekend.