So UConn missed out on the Big East's automatic bid. Big deal. The loss to Rutgers on Tuesday won't hurt the Huskies or their NCAA Tournament seeding one bit.
Behind the same starting five through all 28 games, Nebraska is enjoying its best season in years and seeks its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2000.
In 1993, Sheryl Swoopes put on a show like never before in leading Texas Tech to the NCAA title.
In an almost impossible task, Nancy Lieberman names the all-time five greatest players in SEC history.
Nancy Lieberman gives us some insight into how the committee comes up with its final 64 teams.
With athleticism at every position, Final Four foes Baylor and LSU match up very well.
As Temple rides the nation's longet win streak, La. Tech seems to be limping into the NCAA Tournament.
Ninth-seeded Louisville takes on No. 8 seed USC in what could be the best first-round game in Kansas City.
Critics complained OU didn't deserve a bid. But the Sooners could be part of the region's top first-rounder.
Tennessee's defense? As solid as ever. But extra patience on offense will pay off.
Utah isn't ranked. But maybe it should be. And maybe no one should overlook these Utes come March.
Duke answered some questions with a gritty win in the Elite Eight. Now we have a Q&A of our own.
With all due respect to Purdue, UConn is the favorite to come out of the East tonight. The West? That's a tossup.
The Elite Eight includes three teams who reached last season's Final Four. But who will get to Atlanta?
What do UConn, Tennessee and Duke have in common? All play great defense ... and all are still playing.
The ESPN analyst picks Tennessee and Villanova to clash in the Elite Eight.