As Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski breaks Bob Knight's record for most Division I wins, Jay Bilas reflects on his time at Duke, when Coach K was just starting his record climb.
Sitting in with committee members opened my eyes as to the seriousness of the process.
Go inside the national championship game with ESPN's Jay Bilas.
Fair or not, the public sees 60 teams who failed and only the Final Four as winners.
Breaking down the NCAAs into four-team "invitationals" makes winning it all seem possible.
Jay Bilas offers his two cents on who's in the bracket and who'll survive and advance.
This year may be the toughest in determining both who should dance and who'll be dance partners.
Who'll join Stanford and Saint Joseph's as top seeds in three weeks? Here's at least one worthy team.
Win or lose, Saint Joseph's and Stanford have made this season special. And they have done it the right way.
Championship Week will ultimately determine who gets the two No. 1 seeds still available in the NCAA Tournament.
From the selection committee to referees, Jay Bilas looks as some of the toughest calls being made during February and March.
There are no "home" games in the NCAA Tournament, which makes winning on the road so important, but still too tough for some.
Jay Bilas takes a closer look at team chemistry, role players, underrated players and asks whether it's still a guards' game.