Few teams make the sweet 16 based on the performance of the starters alone, so we're looking at some of the top reserves who have helped their teams advance to the regional semis.
The American Athletic Conference race suddenly gets more interesting with Louisville's dismissal of Chane Behanan
There are several loaded frontcourts across the landscape, but which is the best? Kentucky and Kansas both make a great argument.
Which team has the best set of guards in the country? It's shaping up to be a battle between new AAC rivals: Memphis or Louisville.
After initially deciding to leave school after winning the national title, Louisville guard Russ Smith changed his mind and announced on Wednesday that he will come back and try to win back-to-back championships.
Rick Pitino, fresh off a national title, confirmed that he will lose both Gorgiu Dieng and Russ Smith -- but the Louisville head coach told CBSSports.com that power forward Chane Behanan will be back in the fold next season.
Kentucky in 2012, Louisville in 2013. Another title coming to Lexington or Louisville in 2014?
Our six experts -- Jeff Goodman, Gary Parrish, Gregg Doyel, Jeff Borzello, Matt Norlander and Jerry Palm -- offer up predictions for the NCAA championship game between Louisville and Michigan.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino has changed over the years -- in a good way.
Monday's title game is set, with Louisville to meet Michigan to decide the national championship.

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