Projecting the 2014-15 NCAA Tournament Field

College basketball season tips off on Friday, which means it’s time for me to recklessly speculate on which teams will hear their names called on Selection Sunday.

The Billion Dollar Question – Could Bracket Challenge Lead to Scandal?

Warren Buffett’s $1 billion bracket challenge is a dumb idea.

NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections: Dec. 20

Believe it or not, I think it’s actually easier to do preseason bracket projections than it is to do them right now.

Projecting the 2013-14 NCAA Tournament Field

The college basketball season tips off on Friday, and what better way to celebrate than with some dangerously early NCAA Tournament projections? Nope, I can’t think of a better way either.

Like It or Not, NCAA Right to Not Allow Louisville to Pay For Men’s Team to Travel to Women’s Title Game

I understand and support the NCAA not allowing the Louisville men’s basketball team to travel — on the university’s or Rick Pitino’s dime — to New Orleans to watch the women’s team compete for the national championship.

Bracket Projection: Letting a Computer Objectively Pick All 63 Games

Before the games begin, how about just one more projection? Here is one shot through a computer, which results in programs that you are not expecting in the Final Four.

2 Radical Ideas That Will Improve The Quality of Competition During March Madness

By making a few alterations to the NCAA Tournament, we can restore the relevancy of the regular season, keep the excitement of the Big Dance, and ensure that we get to enjoy college basketball at its highest level at the end of the year.

It’s Time For Tubby Smith To Go

Tubby Smith is a legendary coach, a good recruiter, and a decent person. But his time in Minnesota should come to an end.

Projecting the 2012-13 NCAA Tournament Field

While it’s way too early (and probably too foolish) to try to attach projected seeds to the teams, here’s a look league-by-league at who I like to make the field of 68.

Kentucky-Louisville: All-Time Record And A Quick Recap Of The Rivalry’s History

In advance of the Kentucky-Louisville showdown in the Final Four, Andy Bottoms looks back at the series history between the two schools, which isn’t as extensive as you might assume.

Infographic: The Economics of March Madness

March Madness won’t throw the country into a recession, but it does mark a rather unproductive period for the American workforce. Apparently the NCAA Tournament leads to several weeks of diminished productivity at work with an estimated $175 million lost during the first two days.

Indiana-Kentucky Preview: Cavernous Georgia Dome Should Not Adversely Affect Sharp-Shooting Hoosiers

Indiana may well have an off shooting night from downtown Friday night, but based on the anecdotal evidence from five sets of NCAA Tournament games played at the Georgia Dome, if Indiana – a very, very good 3-point shooting team – does shoot poorly from 3-point range, it will not be the fault of the cavernous Georgia Dome and its ostensibly challenging shooting background.

Sweet 16 Preview: Ranking The Matchups 1-8

To combat the effects of NCAA Tournament withdrawal, Andy Bottoms ranks the upcoming Sweet Sixteen games.

The 10 Most Compelling NCAA Tournament Opening Weekend Storylines

From Thursday to Sunday, we got to see thrilling finishes, monumental upsets and dominant individual performances. Here is a look at the 10 most compelling stories from the opening weekend of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

15 March Madness Legends – Where Are They Now?

It seems like every year there is a player who takes the NCAA Tournament by storm, often out of nowhere. If you’ve ever wondered “what ever happened to that guy?” or if you just wanted to take a trip down memory lane, then read on, as Keith has compiled a list of NCAA Tournament studs who failed to remain in the highlight reels at the next level.