Dick Vitale reveals his weekly college hoops awards.
Each week, Dick Vitale compiles news, notes and observations about the sport he loves, college basketball.
By Friday night, the Sweet 16 will be cut in half, with eight teams going home for the season. Which teams will advance to the Elite Eight? Dick Vitale makes his picks.
Tom Izzo's Michigan State squad has flown under the radar this season, but the Spartans will play host to Indiana with first place in the Big Ten on the line.
Indiana looks poised to move back into the top spot after a win over Michigan. The Hoosiers definitely have the look of a No. 1 team, but if this season has taught us anything, they shouldn't get too comfortable.
Saturday's meeting between No.1 Michigan and No. 3 Indiana has the potential to be an all-time classic, with the added pressure of the Big Ten lead being on the line.
Brad Stevens' Butler squad has won a number of big games over the years and the latest came in a match-up with in-state rival and then-No. 1 ranked Indiana.
Well, my friends, Indiana passed the test. Bloomington is rocking and rightfully so. There is a buzz surrounding Tom Crean's team and it has all the parts to win it all.
In part one of a two-part series, Dick Vitale identifies the seven best frontcourts in college basketball, starting with the preseason player of the year in Indiana.
Each week of the college basketball season Dick Vitale ranks the top 25 teams in the nation.
Indiana fans have plenty of reason to be excited about their Hoosiers this season, but they shouldn't be planning a conference title celebration just yet.
A year ago, Anthony Davis ran away with the Player of the Year race. While a freshman could be in the mix again this year, Dick Vitale looks at three returning players to watch in 2012-13.
Dick Vitale says John Calipari and Tom Crean should find a way to continue the Kentucky-Indiana rivalry series, with so many others in college basketball already coming to an end.
Dick Vitale takes a look at each of the eight Sweet 16 games, breaking down the key matchups and making his picks.
Dick Vitale says the South Region is the toughest in the bracket and will be a challenge for No. 1 seed Kentucky.