When fans settle in to watch the NCAA Tournament games at the Shark Tank this weekend they should have plenty of extra time to check their phones after baskets to see what's happening at other sites a
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by: CLIFF BRUNT — The Washington Times 22 Mar
Buffalo coach Nate Oats has mixed feelings about facing his former boss.
by: PETE IACOBELLI — The Washington Times 21 Mar
All eyes are on Duke's Zion Williamson at the NCAA Tournament - much as they've been throughout his remarkable freshman season.
by: JOE KAY — The Washington Times 21 Mar
Rapolas Ivanauskas looked forward to filling out his NCAA Tournament bracket every March, competing with his brother to see who had the better feel for college basketball's showcase.
by: JOHN MARSHALL — The Washington Times 21 Mar
Dedric Lawson had 25 points and 11 rebounds, and Kansas dominated inside for an 87-53 rout over Northeastern on Thursday in the opening round of the Midwest Region.
by: DOUG FEINBERG — The Washington Times 21 Mar
For the first time in a long time there's no clear-cut favorite to win the women's championship. There are a half-dozen teams, including defending champion Notre Dame, that could be cutting down the n
... ey Lupfer, have too much firepower on offense for the injured Zags. UCLA vs. Maryland - The Terps don’t lose often on their home court, but they haven’t played a ...
by: DAVID BRANDT — The Washington Times 21 Mar
Mississippi State has earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year and is now trying to embark on a third straight trip to the national championship game.
by: EDDIE PELLS — The Washington Times 21 Mar
A.J. Harris had an easy layup for the tie. He wanted a win for New Mexico State.
by: TIM REYNOLDS — The Washington Times 21 Mar
When the NCAA women's tournament returns to Coral Gables on Friday night, the higher seeds didn't exactly get rewarded with the easiest of matchups.
by: MARK LONG — The Washington Times 21 Mar
Skylar Mays hit four free throws in the final 15 seconds to help embattled LSU slip past 14th-seeded Yale 79-74 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.
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