Gonzaga beat BYU to earn the West Coast Conference's automatic berth Tuesday, but both teams will still be playing -- and should be a headache for opponents -- when the NCAA tournament opens.
Charlie Creme's latest Bracketology update.
After placing top-seeded UConn in the Louisville Regional for the entire season, Charlie Creme now explains why the Huskies will end up in Lincoln.
Notre Dame opening in Baton Rouge? Louisville's case for a No. 1 seed? Charlie Creme explains the tough evaluations that go into his bracket update.
West Virginia's win at Baylor vaulted the Mountaineers past Duke as the final No. 2 seed.
After leading DePaul's late-season surge to win the Big East regular-season championship, junior Brittany Hrynko nabbed our weekly honor.
Why is Rutgers on the right side of the bubble? Why isn't Creighton? These eight teams have plenty of work to do before they can feel comfortable on Selection Monday.
With a big SEC road win Sunday, South Carolina has moved to the top line. But will a No. 1 seed mean a possible road game in the second round or a long trip to the West Coast for the Gamecocks' opening tournament games?
Duke and Louisville have traded spots for the final No. 1 seed yet again. How does that affect the rest of the teams behind them, and why is the bubble such a mess?
After taking over Georgia Tech's career scoring record and helping lead the Yellow Jackets past No. 13 North Carolina, Tyaunna Marshall nabbed our weekly honor.
There is no shame in losing to No. 2 Notre Dame. But after getting blown out at home and barely beating an inferior ACC foe, Duke has fallen to a No. 2 seed.
Sure, UConn looks to be the obvious pick as the No. 1 overall seed. But figuring out the best site to place the Huskies is the tough part.
After nailing a program-record nine 3-pointers Sunday, Shoni Schimmel nabbed our weekly honor.
The conference season is young, but for a number of teams, league games have dramatically impacted their hopes for an NCAA tournament seed.
Baylor and UConn have reversed roles since they met last February. The Huskies are now the undisputed overall No. 1 seed, while the Lady Bears are good but also a decided underdog in this matchup.