Mitch McGary shed the baby fat; now the Michigan freshman center might well lead the Wolverines to a national championship.
A look back at the great players, and games, that have made the Final Four one of the most popular events in all of sports
Mascots are supposed to bring luck and rouse competitive energy for the team that they represent—usually, they range from ferocious animals to warriors who embody the spirit of the school. How hard can that be? Still, some …
Penn State’s football program faces the daunting task of rebuilding itself while accepting punishment for enabling a culture that covered up child sexual abuse and led to the downfall of a storied college coach
Let’s call these “student-athletes” what they really are: indentured servants.
Boys will be boys: there’s nothing like a little international diplomacy served up amid layups and three-pointers. President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron were on hand at Tuesday evening’s March Madness …
Up until Thursday’s game, Murray State University had a 23-0 record. But there hasn’t been a completely undefeated team since 1976 — and for good reason.
Wednesday, the NCAA handed down its punishment for eight current University of Miami players who accepted benefits deemed illegal under its rules.
In the wake of one of the many scandals that have rocked college football this year, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor decided to go pro rather than return to school.
After the buzzer sounded, confetti fell from the rafters of Reliant Stadium in Houston, marking a national championship won by the University of Connecticut. But people will quickly forget it.
TIME’s Sean Gregory traded his notebook for a camera to provide a rare off-court look at the electric atmosphere at Reliant Stadium.
The men’s college basketball national semifinals tip off this evening from Houston. VCU battles Butler at 6:09 ET, and Kentucky squares off against Connecticut after. Here are the key players and trends to look for from each team:
Cinderellas. Underdogs. Long shots. Sleepers. Call them what you will — during the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, they put the madness in March. And with No. 11 Virginia Commonwealth University making a remarkable run …