Kansas was the big winner on Tuesday, getting a commitment from Andrew Wiggins. But what about the teams that missed out?
The Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes came to an end on Tuesday afternoon. He said he's heading to Kansas.
Bill Self could have easily loaded up with cupcakes after losing all five starters. Instead, the Kansas coach still put together a difficult non-conference schedule that includes a trip to the Bahamas, a date with Duke and road games against a pair of Top 25 teams.
I love sorting this one out every year. We get 67 games, and I take it upon myself to narrow down the top 14.9 percent of the contests, or: the top 10.
How does the final quartet of teams look heading into Atlanta? And what about the four best teams not in Atlanta?
Trey Burke deserves this moment. So does Elijah Johnson. Sometimes you get what you deserve.
What a beauty of an overtime game we all just got here in north Texas. The first game to give us free basketball in this year's NCAA tournament also featured what is probably the shot of the tournament so far, too. I mean, what is this? Trey Burke from so far out. What a curve. What gall. And in.
For the first 22 minutes, the Jayhawks didn't make a jump shot.
An epic Jayhawks-Tar Heels rematch has been overshadowed.
You won't find the huge names on this list. No Trey, Otto or Victor. This is reserved for X-factor players, guys who can ultimately determine how far their team goes, and whether they reach the Final Four.

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