The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament Regional Semifinals, better known as the Sweet Sixteen, begin tonight. To get you ready for the Regional Semis, here are sixteen facts about this year’s Sweet Sixteen.
St. Louis is the host for the Midwest Region quarterfinal and semifinal games this weekend, better known as the Sweet 16 and the Elite 8.
This primer, which contains info from our North Carolina-Ohio and Kansas-NC State previews from over the weekend, will get you ready for both Sweet 16 games this weekend. Depending on the outcomes, we could have the chalkiest of chalky regional final games or potentially a 13-seed facing an 11-seed, which would be one of the most unlikely Elite 8 matchups in tournament history.
The opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament always delivers excitement, and this year was no exception.
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.
With the final set of “Third Round” games finishing up Sunday night, it’s time for the Sweet 16. As we do every year, we will have in-depth previews of each Sweet 16 and Elite 8 matchup this weekend.
In this post, we preview the Midwest Region Sweet 16 matchup between gimpy #1 seed North Carolina and the 13th-seeded Bobcats of Ohio.
There are 16 “Round of 32” games on Saturday and Sunday as the most exciting weekend of the sports calendar continues. As we always do every March here at MSF, we try to cover you with previews, informed and reasoned predictions, and pertinent viewing info as soon as we can get it posted.
In this post, we preview the Midwest Region matchup between the 13th-seeded Bobcats of Ohio and the 12th-seeded Bulls of South Florida. If you had this matchup in your bracket, congrats!