This college basketball season has been characterized by one thing – parity – and it’s a label that has carried over into the NCAA Tournament. But that’s not always the case as there often has been a team that has clearly separated itself from the rest of the pack. However, that regular season or even early Tournament domination hasn’t always been punctuated with a national championship.
Day one of the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament brought us a smattering of exciting upsets and fantastic finishes. From Arkansas-Little Rock's double overtime rally against Purdue to Yale's first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, college basketball fans got to enjoy the type of moments that make March Madness so captivating. And that was just on Thursday.
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With only a few unsigned prospects left in the 2015 class, recruiting analysts can begin to evaluate the top classes. But this year might make it a little more difficult than in years past. The top prospects of this class have not chosen the national powerhouses as in previous years, instead opting to sign with the underdogs. So with that, could the college basketball recruiting landscape finally be leveling out enough to provide more contenders for this year's national championship?
Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison issued an apology to Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky for using an insensitive remark into a microphone following the Badgers' 71-64 win over the previously-unbeaten Wildcats in Saturday night's Final Four.
In a rematch of last year's classic Final Four showdown, the Kentucky Wildcats and Wisconsin Badgers will collide at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday night, with a spot in the national championship game on the line.