The 2010 edition of the best day in college sports turned into arguably the greatest opening day in NCAA tournament history.
Players like Wayne Ellington, Arinze Onuaku and Sam Young were mere afterthoughts last season on their team's benches. But with one more year of experience, they've turned into big-time studs, writes Mark Schlabach.
ESPN.com writer Mark Schlabach provides instant analysis from the national championship game between Ohio State and Florida.
While Florida's heralded Oh-Four's got most of the attention, it was senior guard Lee Humphrey who provided the final piece of the puzzle, Mark Schlabach writes.
For Florida-Ohio State II, Greg Oden's healthy, the baby Bucks have more experience, and the game's not in Gainesviille. Will it matter, asks Mark Schlabach?
In what Florida hopes is a prelude to the BCS title game, the Gators shut down Ohio State and its star, Greg Oden, writes Mark Schlabach.