When is it almost a disadvantage to be a No. 2 seed? Will UConn meet its archrival in St. Louis? Who else will be there? More predictions for the 2009 NCAA tournament.
Which region is the toughest? Which under-the-radar teams could make a run? Graham Hays answers the bracket's five biggest questions.
You can break the women's NCAA tournament field into two groups: Seven powerhouses ... and 57 other teams.
When the Sweet 16 gets under way on Saturday afternoon, some of the biggest stars on the court will be the smallest players on the court, the point guards.
A spot in the Sweet 16 is at stake for the teams in Monday's second-round matchups.
Sunday's UNC-Tennessee matchup had everything, from All-Americans on the court to famous coaches in the crowd. If only the game hadn't been so sloppy.
The 16 are set. Time to catch your breath? Hardly. Here are five questions to ponder before action resumes Saturday.