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Everyone loves an underdog, right.
Sixteeen Nike-sponsored universities from eight college conferences are getting closer to creating a branded tournament as a tribute to Nike co-founder Phil Knight in 2017, ESPN reported yesterday.
We won't hold it against you if you don't know Butler's Chrishawn Hopkins.
Since jumping onto the national radar in Butler's amazing 2010 National Championship run, Shelvin Mack has gone from unexpected surprise to burgeoning star.
We have all witnessed history.
Monday's National Championship game is set after UConn and Butler emerged victorious from two hard-fought semi-final games yesterday in Houston.
More than just a championship is on the line in this weekend's Final Four.
Is there anyone more inclined to speak on the rise of the Bulldog other than a guy who used to be one.
The Butler is back again.
The butler did it.
With the NCAA deadline for players to withdraw their names from NBA Draft consideration rapidly approaching on May 8th, one of the most intriguing underclassmen prospects is still on the fence about his decision â€“ at least publicly that is.
With the season almost over, NBA GMs have their minds set on the NBA Playoffs.
Under the list of ingredients that have become standard in the NCAA championship recipe -- defense, momentum, chip on the shoulder, good coaching, depth, etc.
Let’s face it, you probably forgot the NCAA final game was tonight.
The always entertaining and interesting Jonah Lehrer has an essay in this past weekend's Wall Street Journal which uses recent studies to examine The Superstar Effect: "While challenging competitions are supposed to bring out our best, these studies demonstrate that when people are forced to compete against a peer who seems far superior, they often don't rise to the challenge.
This is the last hurrah with "One Shining Moment" looming in the distance.