Of the four regions in the NCAA tournament, the South is the toughest.
The NCAA tournament field will be announced Sunday night. Here's Dick Vitale's prediction of which teams will make it.
With Selection Sunday approaching, teams on the bubble are hoping to impress the committee and earn an invitation to the big dance.
With Selection Sunday right around the corner, Dick Vitale looks at teams on the bubble for an invite to the NCAA tournament.
Very few people predicted these four teams would reach Atlanta, but Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse and Wichita State proved themselves as the field of 68 was cut to four.
Louisville was Dick Vitale's pick to win it all at the start of the season and on Selection Sunday, and the Cardinals look like they're well on their way to cutting down the nets.
Selection Sunday is like Christmas in March, and with the field of 68 set, college hoops fans should be prepared for a great NCAA tournament.
With Selection Sunday upon us, Dick Vitale uses his VBDI (Vitale Bald Dome Index) to project the 2013 field of 68.
With Selection Sunday upon us, Dick Vitale uses his VBDI (Vitale Bald Dome Index) to project the 2012 field of 68.
With the clock ticking down to Selection Sunday, Dick Vitale takes an updated look at the bubble, and which teams from which conferences are solidly in the field of 68.
With the clock ticking down to Selection Sunday, Dick Vitale takes a look at the bubble, and which teams from which conferences are solidly in the field of 68.
Dick Vitale says two of the top four seeds for the NCAA Tournament are locked up, but the other two are up for grabs.
Dick Vitale breaks down what he thinks the 2011 NCAA tournament field will look like on Sunday night, with two spots available for the final 10 bubble teams.
Dick Vitale breaks down why the NCAA selection committee will have a tough time deciding which teams on the bubble will make it into the Big Dance.
Dick Vitale dishes on teams who are trying to redeem themselves.
A year after being left out of the tournament field, St. Mary's, which defeated second-seeded Villanova on Saturday, is proving to be a program on the rise, writes Dick Vitale.