Tonight, we are rooting HARD for Ohio State to defeat Tennessee.
We have an email in to the seller to confirm, but it appears that Walter Hodge's 2005-06 National Championship ring could be yours for only $12,500.
Of the Sweet 16 schools, three are in danger of losing scholarships. They are not accused of paying their players or taking their tests for them. Instead, Purdue, Ohio State and Tennessee face scholarship reductions because their basketball players are not making grades.
Sunday's slate of games begins shortly and it will be hard to top yesterday's bracket busting win by Northern Iowa.
It is a gorgeous day in most of Florida today, but the Tournament is on and the sun is always there, so you need to stay inside and enjoy the games.
The weak beginning for the Big East should get better today when No. 1 Syracuse faces No. 16 Vermont and No. 2 West Virginia gets No. 15 Morgan State.
The Gators showed their guts but turnovers and bad possessions did in Florida in their 99-92 double overtime loss to BYU in their NCAA Tournament first round game. Florida had two chances to win, once each in regulation and overtime, but could not convert.
The team that wins this game will do so by limiting their opponents strength. Florida has to get in the chest of BYU's guards and prevent them from nailing 3-pointers. BYU has to keep the Gators out of the paint.