Mar 15, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; A game official at center court before the Kansas State Wildcats and the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles contest during the first half in the second round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the CONSOL Energy Center. Kansas State won 70-64. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
America, meet Angel Goodrich | KUsports.com
I watched the second half of this one. Goodrich is a player.
KU women stun No. 3 seed Delaware in tourney - KansasCity.com
Delle Donne scored 30, but Kansas still put together a great defensive gameplan to limit Delaware. They were noticeably frustrated.
Kansas Basketball and the NCAA Tournament
Elijah Johnson’s big three reflects ‘great confidence’ | KUsports.com
Man if he can turn a corner after that Purdue game it could be huge.
KU needs Robinson’s ‘A’ game in NCAA Tournament - KansasCity.com
“Something like this is what you have to face if you want to win a championship,” Robinson said.
NCAA tournament 2012 -- Sweet 16 power rankings - ESPN
More sweet 16 power rankings. This one puts us much lower.
Six bold Sweet 16 predictions - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Expecting big things from Thomas Robinson in the next two rounds. REALLY big things.
How sweet is the Sweet 16? Depends on who you ask -- NCAA tournament - ESPN
The Sweet 16 still matters, but it's just not as sweet for everyone as it used to be. Once the barometer for success, the regional semifinals are now as much a measure of failure.
Uncertain future for North Carolina's NCAA title hopes - George Schroeder - SI.com
Breaking down the Midwest regional
Which teams have the best chances to upset powerhouse Kentucky? - Michael Rosenberg - SI.com
Pressure is mounting for the Wildcats but they are definitely looking like the class of the college basketball world. Playing them right now is playing with house money no matter who you are. That's not a bad spot to be in.
The key player in each Sweet 16 matchup | CollegeBasketballTalk
Leslie has become developed into quite an effective low-post scoring threat this season, and he’s been a dominant factor in the Wolfpack’s first two wins in this tournament. He’ll be going up against Thomas Robinson, a contender for National Player of the Year, as NC State takes on Kansas. Getting T-Rob in foul trouble wouldn’t hurt. - Rob Dauster
Southern Mississippi disciplines 5 in band for Angel Rodriguez chants - ESPN
Zero tolerance in Hattiesburg.