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  1. How No. 2 fell ... twice

    Jay Bilas

    It goes without saying that watching two No. 2 seeds fall to No. 15 seeds in the same night is beyond rare. For starters, No. 15 seeds had beaten No. 2s only four times total since 1991. Never had it happened twice in one tournament, much less within...

    Blog | March 16, 2012
  2. 2012 NCAA tournament - Bilas - How Norfolk State and Lehigh beat ...

    Jay Bilas

    Jay Bilas breaks down Friday's stunning upsets of No. 2 seeds Missouri and Duke at the hands of Norfolk State and Lehigh. Turns out the smaller schools used the strengths of the Tigers and Blue Devils against them.

    Blog | Conversation | March 16, 2012
  3. Syracuse's success fueled by its depth

    Jay Bilas

    The Syracuse Orange have great balance, and Jim Boeheim will tell you that he has seven legitimate starters, while some top 25 teams don't really have five. Syracuse is so balanced, in fact, that it does not have a player ranked in the top 20 o...

    Blog | January 21, 2012
  4. Syracuse Orange's success is fueled by their excellent balance, d...

    Jay Bilas

    Jay Bilas leads off his blog by writing that this season's Syracuse team is the deepest and most balanced that Jim Boeheim has ever coached. He also looks at Anthony Davis' dominating defense and a pair of puzzling cases in the ACC and Conference USA.

    Blog | Conversation | January 21, 2012
  5. What we're looking forward to during the 2010-11 college basketba...

    Jay Bilas

    Jay Bilas and our panel of analysts and writers expound on what they're most looking forward to this season.

    Story | Conversation | November 08, 2010
  6. Hoops thoughts for the weekend

    Jay Bilas

    What caught Jay's attention this week? James Augustine and Virginia Tech, for starters.

    Story | Conversation | February 04, 2005
  7. Terps tired of being teased by own talent

    Jay Bilas

    Maryland is determined to put its talent to full use this season, writes ESPN's Jay Bilas.

    Story | Conversation | November 05, 2000