Aaron Craft scored 17 points -- including eight free throws down the stretch -- to help No. 10 Ohio State hold off neighboring rival Ohio 79-69 on Tuesday night.
In the March 17 edition of The Bilas Index, Jay Bilas ranks the top 68 teams in the nation as the NCAA tournament field is set.
In the latest edition of his ranking of the top 68 teams in the country, Jay Bilas has Rick Pitino's Louisville team at No. 1.
Jay Bilas provides his Nov. 28 edition of The Bilas Index, his ranking of the top 68 teams in the nation. Tom Crean's Indiana team earns the No. 1 spot.
Ohio State may be Ohio's most popular program, but the Buckeyes are far from the only reason Ohio citizens from city to city are strutting around with their chests puffed out.
Dick Vitale takes a look at each of the eight Sweet 16 games, breaking down the key matchups and making his picks.
ESPN Insider Chris Sprow uses the Bracket Predictor to select NCAA tournament winners and upset picks for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight matchups.
Let's look back at the past decade of Final Four teams and see what the numbers reveal and what it means for this year's Sweet 16 field.
The traditional big man is a dying breed in the college game. The reasons have as much to do with the lure of the NBA as it does with the evolving nature of the position itself.
A Sweet 16 appearance elevates a program to the next level. A Final Four moves it up another notch. The matchups usually make the difference in getting this far. Talent -- and star power -- also play big roles. There is a certain level of pressur...
While there will be plenty of stars shining in the Sweet 16, Dick Vitale says keep an eye on these six unsung heroes who could hold the fates of their teams in their hands.
What would the field look like if the Sweet 16 was re-seeded? Kentucky is still No. 1, and Ohio is bringing up the rear.
The Sweet 16 still matters, but it's just not as sweet for everyone as it used to be. Once the barometer for success, the regional semifinals are now as much a measure of failure.
After four manic days and one major injury, we've whittled the NCAA tournament field from 68 to 16. Time to break down that group as it gets set to compete for those four magical spots in New Orleans.
From each site from the opening weekend, our writers offer their parting shots as we make way for the Sweet 16.
ESPN Insider Chris Sprow dips into college hoops and uses the Bracket Predictor to select tournament winners and upset picks.