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Michigan State had to fend off a pesky Virginia team that wouldn't let up to make the Elite Eight with a 61-59 win.
It required a Herculean second-half effort for Kentucky to beat in-state rival Louisville 74-69 to advance to the Elite Eight.
It required a Herculean second-half effort for Kentucky to beat in-state rival Louisville 74-69 to advance to the Elite 8.
Michigan is headed to the Elite Eight after surviving a late Tennessee surge to come away victorious 73-71.
As an ex-Big East member, UConn is very familiar with playing at MSG. And it's showing so far against Iowa State.
Michigan built a big lead, only to see Tennessee inch closer and closer. Can the Wolverines keep the Vols at bay?
It's clear actor Marlon Wayans was not happy about the Eagles cutting DeSean Jackson when he found out on Friday's SI Now.
Michael Johnson was a big get for Tampa's D-line, one of the NFL's units that improved in free agency.
On Friday's Tournament Tipoff Live, our Sweet 16 panel analyzes the Tennessee vs. Michigan matchup and "Fab Five" member Jimmy King gives the key to beating his alma mater, and also explains how the "Fab Five" prepared for each Tournament game.
On Friday's Tournament Tipoff Live, Michigan "Fab Five" member Jimmy King, National Champion Drew Nicholas, and Fordham University men's basketball coach Tom Pecora preview tonight's UConn vs. Iowa State matchup.
On Friday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Don Banks weighs in on why the Eagles cut star receiver DeSean Jackson and what the future could hold for him.
A player like DeSean Jackson hitting the market is rare. Expect him to sign with one of these teams.
Overlooking Virginia against Michigan St.? You're not alone. Don't underestimate the East's top seed, Seth Davis advises.
Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason lists his four storylines to watch out for as the 2014 MLB season is about to swing into action.
There will be physicality. The fates of Louisville and Kentucky rest on that, and one key matchup.