And it got nasty.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
And it got nasty.
Gosh, that sucks.
Eastern Kentucky's Marcus Lewis won the College Slam Dunk Contest, while Adreian Payne once again won our hearts.
Notre Dame Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Brey participated in a "bizarre" April Fool's Day joke that is just him lying and then everyone busting a gut.
With Kentucky headed to the Final Four, Mitch McConnell's team quickly pulled a campaign ad when they realized it featured Duke's 2010 title win.
Gainesville's WCJB weekend sports anchor Zach Aldridge couldn't show Gators highlights Saturday, so he just reenacted them with coworkers.
Police in Lexington were prepared for the worst on Friday and Sunday, after Kentucky's latest pair of upset wins to advance to the Final Four.
After the Dayton Flyers knocked off Stanford, fans once again took to the streets of Dayton for a massive party, providing some work for local police.
Clemson fans seemed way too excited that the Tigers knocked off Belmont in the NIT, as they stormed the court to celebrate.
This 1-year old boy named Wesley is really enjoying his first NCAA Tournament, and you'll definitely enjoy watching him.
Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire played a little NCAA Tournament prank on his pitcher and Wichita State alum Mike Pelfrey.
A 23-year old man named Brad Binder presumably had the last remaining perfect bracket until the Dayton Flyers upset the Syracuse Orange.
Cyclones Coach Fred Hoiberg's locker room dance has made him the big Internet star of the NCAA Tournament.
Kansas Rep. Tim Huelskamp brewed up a little bipartisan and college feuding over the NCAA Tournament after he tried to give away tickets for donations.
DOWN GOES DUKE! LONG LIVE MERCER!
North Dakota State's celebration in the locker room after their upset win over Oklahoma is why we love the NCAA Tournament.
After the Dayton Flyers pulled off the first upset of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Dayton Daily News poked fun at Ohio State with its front page headline.
We've shared a lot of brackets and picks for the NCAA Tournament already, but Jennifer Lawrence has weighed in and she's the only person who matters.
ESPN, totally out of ideas, used a rat maze and a bunch of little jerseys to predict the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Georgia Tech's Logistic Regression/Markov Chain basketball computer ranking system has submitted its nerdy NCAA Tournament picks.