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Justise Winslow led Duke with 21 points in the Blue Devils' 63-57 win against Utah in Houston to advance to the Elite Eight against Gonzaga.
Gonzaga forward Kyle Wiltjer took to Twitter to call out a fan who thought the Bulldogs would not be able to make it to the Elite Eight.
One of the top recruits in the nation announced his college choice. Diamond Stone will play for the University of Maryland.
Louisville continues its NCAA Tournament run, moves into Elite Eight after beating NC State 75-65.
Bradley has decided to hire Brian Wardle as the team's next coach after spending five seasons at Green Bay.
Gonzaga is moving on to its first Elite Eight in the Mark Few era. The Bulldogs beat UCLA 74-62.
Gambling is a huge part of sports these days, and degenerate drunks are forever looking for a late situation to get them back to even. Gary Parrish is here to help. Every night, by 8:30 ET, he'll post a prediction for a college basketball game scheduled to tip no earlier than 9:00 ET. Then you can bet it and get rich. This is #LastCallForDrunkBets.
This is fairly astonishing. Media has never been more all-consuming and ever-present than in 2015. Yet because the Wildcats have been so great over the course of five months, they've truly been able to supress any notion of pressure.
Tom Crean has the support of his athletic director, but the program still isn't where it needs to be.
Rick Barnes' future at Texas is expected to be determined early next week, sources told CBSSports.com, and the most likely outcome has Barnes, one way or another, not returning as the Longhorns' coach for the 2015-16 season, according to sources.
Frazier is currently the No. 70 prospect on the CBSSports.com big board, but here's why his declaration makes some sense.
Frazier, who missed about a month this past season due to a sprained ankle, averaged 12.1 points per game after averaging 12.4 points per game as a sophomore in 2013-14.
We're tracking the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats in their pursuit of a perfect 40-0 season.
Wisconsin's 6-foot-4 guard isn't one of the flashiest players in the country, but he's one of the most important due to his influence on the Badgers' Elite Eight-bound team.
Barnes has been coach at Texas since 1998-99, leading the Longhorns to two Sweet 16 appearances, two Elite Eights and a Final Four.
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