John Gasaway explains how Russ Smith has been the best player in the NCAA tournament and looks at whether he can keep it up against a very good Duke defense. Plus, a look at Will Yeguete's effect on Florida's defense.
John Gasaway provides four initial NCAA tournament observations, including why the Gonzaga Bulldogs weren't given as generous a draw as some may think. He also writes about Florida's chance to reach the Sweet 16.
John Gasaway makes the case for why the Florida Gators are the best team in the country heading into the NCAA tournament, and examines how often the nation's top team ends up winning the national title.
John Gasaway evaluates each of this season's top teams against the per-possession performances of past Final Four teams to identify which are legitimate contenders to win a national title in 2013 and which aren't.
John Gasaway takes an in-depth look at Florida, a team that has been outstanding statistically so far this season, but hasn't yet risen to the top of the polls. Should we believe in them come tourney time?
John Gasaway tracks this season's top teams against the statistical benchmarks of past Final Four teams in order to separate the contenders from the pretenders. The result: Only seven teams are currently setting a national championship pace.
John Gasaway examines the 2012-13 edition of the Kentucky Wildcats to see how it stacks up to previous teams John Calipari has fielded in Lexington. While the experience may be lacking, the incoming talent is second only to last season's squad.