The NCAA doesn't normally go this far with its punishment of coaches, but Baylor women's coach Kim Mulkey was vocal after her team's upset loss in the Sweet 16.
One of college hoops' most famous coaches (Kansas' Bill Self) and one of its most famous players last season (Ole Miss' Marshall Henderson) were dressed down for their behavior during the 2013 NCAA tourney.
Louisville and Michigan will play for the national title on Monday, and we collected 140-character previews (from Twitter and the Georgia Dome) of the biggest storylines to watch for in the Cardinals-Wolverines matchup.
Things came apart miserably for Syracuse on Saturday night. Let's run down that breakdown of a final possession.
John Beilein has Michigan a win away from the national title for the first time in 20 years -- something that would have previously been unthinkable for the coaching lifer -- and has done in the right way.
Michigan overcame struggles from its three perimeter stars to beat Syracuse.
Trey Burke was awful, but Michigan still beat Syracuse. Congratulations. But the Wolverines better not try that formula again Monday.
Now we watch Jim Boeheim. How can we take our eyes off him? He is feisty, he is fiery, he is fascinating. But is he finished?
Monday's title game is set, with Louisville to meet Michigan to decide the national championship.
Maize and Blue has a Monday night reservation after holding on to defeat Syracuse in Saturday's second semifinal.

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