With one of the strangest Final Fours in history, is it time to challenge some assumptions we've long held about college basketball?
Notre Dame senior Ben Hansbrough put on a show in the first half. But Kentucky's Terrence Jones got the last laugh as the Cats pulled away at Freedom Hall behind their dazzling freshman.
Rajon Rondo and Tubby Smith were a bad fit at Kentucky.
Rajon Rondo never was Louisville's first priority because Rick Pitino wanted Sebastian Telfair. He got neither.
Rondo's high school career.
Last season might have been the worst for SEC basketball in 30 years. But with coaching upgrades and a wealth of talent returning, the league might already be back.
Ralph Beard died this week, and his obit talked about taking money from gamblers. But that's only a small part of the story.
In a football conference, SEC basketball has five Top 25 teams, maybe a dozen future NBA players. No wonder the swagger is back.
Prodigal center Randolph Morris is returning to Kentucky, sources told ESPN.com. The question now is what it will take for him to be eligible to play his sophomore season.
Kentucky freshman center Randolph Morris has entered his name into the NBA draft but has not retained an agent, sources said.
Kentucky has avoided what has plagued Duke, Michigan State, Syracuse and other programs in recent years -- the one-and-done player. Until, perhaps, now.
While the NBA draft has stripped Lousiville of its best recruits, Kentucky's class just kept improving into May.
Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana and Gonzaga each have plenty left to prove in Maui.