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Next level: Young leaves OU to enter NBA draft

Trae Young, who averaged 27.4 points and 8.7 assists as a freshman at Oklahoma, is entering the NBA draft and is projected as a lottery pick.

Report: Purdue engineering at work for Haas

Purdue's sports medicine program has asked a group of mechanical engineers on campus to design an NCAA-approved brace for Boilermakers center Isaac Haas, according to the Lafayette Journal & Courier.

Source: URI's Hurley taking time on next move

Rhode Island coach Dan Hurley has emerged as the top target by both UConn and Pittsburgh, but he is "not close" to deciding whether he'll leave the Rams, sources tell ESPN.

WVU to leave day early ahead of winter storm

West Virginia will leave a day early for the third round of the NCAA tournament in Boston because of the weather expected to roll into the area.

Ole Miss introduces new coach Kermit Davis

Kermit Davis was introduced on Monday as Ole Miss' basketball coach after 16 seasons at Middle Tennessee.

Sources: Hardaway to be Memphis' new coach

Penny Hardaway has agreed to become the next men's basketball coach at Memphis, sources told ESPN.

UVa assistant hired as Charlotte head coach

The Charlotte 49ers have hired Virginia associate head coach Ron Sanchez as their new coach.

From upsets, to instant celebrity, to Steph Curry, 72 hours of being UMBC

Nobody knew UMBC before the Retrievers pulled off college basketball's biggest upset. But suddenly stars and celebs were talking about them and fans were waiting until all hours to congratulate them. Inside the 72 hours that changed their lives.

What separates each coach in the Sweet 16

The Sweet 16 coaches are a blend of the familiar (Jim Boeheim, Coach K, John Calipari) and some surprises (Loyola-Chicago's Porter Moser). What defines each leader and what are their weak spots?

With so many top seeds eliminated, it's time to reseed the Sweet 16

Let's try this again. It's not exactly the 16 teams we expected, but it's time to take a good look and put them in the proper order. The top teams aren't that shocking, but then the surprises start.

NCAA tournament Sweet 16 field contains more surprises than sure things

Welcome to the Sweet 16, Sister Jean. Loyola-Chicago's Cinderella story is just one delightful development in this year's field. Half the 1-seeds are gone, and there's no telling who has the upper hand to reach the Final Four.

The mostly bad history of NBA All-Stars as college coaches

Penny Hardaway won't be the first former NBA All-Star to try his hand at being a college head coach. A look back at those who tried before should worry Memphis fans.

UMBC's brief, but unforgettable, moment in the spotlight comes to an end

Kansas State kept the Retrievers from moving on to the Sweet 16, but the unlikely team from Maryland will always have its place in history.

FSU's Hamilton: Upsets point to 'a revolution'

After his Seminoles stunned No. 1 seed Xavier on Sunday, Leonard Hamilton warned reporters not to call anything that happens in the tournament an upset. "I think what you see happening in college basketball, it's almost like a revolution," he said.

The last team in is still in

Syracuse continued its unlikely march through the NCAA tournament by downing Michigan State.

Reigning champion Tar Heels ousted by Aggies

Texas A&M dominated North Carolina, winning in the paint and from beyond the arc, and, with an 86-65 rout, the Aggies ensured this year's tournament would end with a new national champion.

No Haas? No problem for Purdue's experienced roster

The Boilermakers held off a late Butler rally, advancing to the Sweet 16 on contributions from across their lineup, including 20 points from Vincent Edwards.

Meet Sister Jean, Loyola-Chicago's not-so-secret weapon

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 98, serves as the team's chaplain and its biggest fan. She's hoping the Ramblers can extend their tournament stay with another upset Saturday against Tennessee.

Biggest NCAA tournament upsets of the 64-team era

16-seed UMBC made history by beating 1-seed UVA as a 20.5-point underdog. Where does it rank among the biggest pointspread upsets according to Vegas? Here are the largest upsets by point spread since 1985.

UMBC's Jairus Lyles happily made history, knocked his parents' alma mater out of NCAA tournament

Jairus Lyles could have transferred, but his decision to stay at UMBC paid off and he has made his Cavaliers parents part of Retriever Nation, too.

How one man's Hollywood flop set off NCAA basketball's biggest scandal

Marty Blazer's attempt to cover his losses from the film, along with another movie and a country music venture, landed him as the catalyst in an investigation that might actually make a great movie one day.