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From start to finish, Jabari Parker was the best freshman in the country.
Bubble teams BYU, Dayton, and Nebraska had reasons to be nervous on Selection Sunday, but they all made the Field of 68 and celebrated in style.
Indiana athletic director Fred Glass told the Indianapolis Star the Hoosiers won't play in the postseason, because, well, they're too good for the CBI.
UNLV's leading scorer will play elsewhere next season, although it's unclear if it will be in college or overseas.
Expect Louisville and Michigan State (both four seeds -- really?) to be trendy NCAA picks, SMU gets hosed by the committee and Kentucky is in a great spot in the Midwest.
The Shockers are the No. 1 seed in the Midwest. But getting to the Final Four will likely require them to beat Kentucky, Louisville and either Duke or Michigan.
Brad Null from Bracketvoodoo.com crunches the numbers and offers his picks to win the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Major conference teams Penn State, Oregon State and Texas A&M accepted bids to the College Basketball Invitational.
Florida might not be the most popular pick to win it all, but Vegas has the Gators as the favorite.
Billy Baron and Canisius are among the highlights of the CollegeInsider.com tournament, which features a selection of the nation's non-NCAA-dancing mid-majors.
It's been a decade since a ranked team wasn't included in the NCAA Tournament field, but it happened to SMU on Sunday.
Who are the favorites? Who are the underdogs? The opening lines are now available.
NC State was excited to be selected for the big dance.
The 32-team NIT bracket was announced Sunday night, with SMU, Minnesota, Florida State and St. John's claiming the four No. 1 seeds.
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