Michigan State coach Tom Izzo is not a big fan of the transfer portal in general, lamenting that it gives young people an easy out instead of an opportunity to overcome challenges at a potentially pivotal time in their lives. But the Spartans are not alone in relying on transfers.
Coaches across college basketball are looking at ways to evolve to deal with recruiting, roster management and athletes who can earn money. It is a chaotic landscape. The challenges include players being able to move freely through the transfer portal and cash in on their fame with endorsement deals.
The 5th-seeded Hurricanes will face the No. 1 Cougars in the Midwest Region semifinals Friday night from Kansas City.
San Diego State vs. Alabama odds, picks and predictions: FrontPageBets breaks down this Sweet 16 matchup
The 5th-seeded Aztecs will face the NCAA Tournament's No. 1 overall seed Crimson Tide in the South Region semifinals on Friday in Louisville.
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The 8th-seeded Razorbacks will face the 4th-seeded Huskies in the West Region semifinals Thursday in Las Vegas.
FrontPageBets takes a look at the odds for each of the remaining 16 teams to make the Final Four, as well as to win the national championship.
Final Four odds: FrontPageBets’ Mike Szvetitz looks at the odds-on favorites to advance heading into Sweet 16
Only two No. 1 seeds remain after the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, while No. 15 Princeton and No. 9 Florida Atlantic are also stil…
Kansas’ national title defense ended in the second round of NCAA Tournament when Arkansas’ Ricky Council IV made five free throws in the closing seconds and the eighth-seeded Razorbacks beat the No. 1 seed Jayhawks 72-71. Davonte Davis scored 25 points and Council added 21 as Arkansas rallied from a 12-point second-half deficit. Plus more March Madness action from Saturday.
NCAA Tournament second round picks, predictions: FrontPageBets looks at three best bets for Saturday's slate
FrontPageBets breaks down the following second-round matchups: No. 13 Furman vs. No. 5 San Diego State; No. 4 Tennessee vs. No. 5 Duke; No. 1 Houston vs. No. 9 Auburn.
ORLANDO, Fla. — JP Pegues made a 3-pointer with 2.4 seconds remaining and No. 13 seed Furman completed a rally from a 12-point second-half deficit to hand fourth-seeded Virginia another first-round NCAA Tournament loss, 68-67 on Thursday.
Alabama has the No. 1 overall NCAA Tournament seed, one of the best players in college basketball and likely a couple of games in its own backyard. For a Crimson Tide team that's been an easy target for opposing fans over the past two months, playing less than an hour from campus is no small matter. It means most of the taunts will be replaced by cheers in Birmingham, Alabama, especially for All-America freshman Brandon Miller. It will be an overwhelmingly crimson and white crowd at Thursday's South Region game against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
NCAA Tournament first round picks, predictions: FrontPageBets looks at three best bets for Thursday's slate
FrontPageBets breaks down Thursday's Virginia-Furman, Iowa-Auburn and Duke-Oral Roberts first-round NCAA Tournament games.
Isaac Mushila had 15 points and 12 rebounds as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi held off Southeast Missouri State 75-71 to earn the first NCAA Tournament win in program history. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi went 4 of 4 at the free-throw line in the final 15 seconds to ice the game and help the Islanders advance to play top-seeded Alabama in the South Region.
FrontPageBets editor Mike Szvetitz reveals his 2023 NCAA Tournament bracket selections and picks the Final Four.
Purdue’s Zach Edey and Indiana’s Trayce Jackson-Davis have given the Big Ten Conference a third straight year with multiple first-team Associated Press All-America picks. Kansas had a second straight first-teamer in Jalen Wilson.
Alabama rolls in as the top overall seed in an NCAA Tournament that feels both familiar and foreign this season. Yes, there are plenty of heartwarming stories and unbelievable upsets to come when the action begins later this week. But this was also a season clouded with police blotters at Alabama and Texas, injuries at Houston and UCLA, some unsightly losses at Kansas and enough twists and turns at the top of the field to make this as unpredictable a bracket as ever.
March Madness: FrontPageBets’ Mike Szvetitz looks at the odds-on favorites to win the NCAA Tournament
Houston, the No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region, is on top of the odds boards to win the national championship, followed by the top overall seed…
No. 16 seeds Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Southeast Missouri State face off in the first First Four game Tuesday, while 11 seeds Mississippi State and Pitt play in the nightcap.
Alabama is No. 1 in the final AP Top 25 men's college basketball poll of the season. Houston is No. 2 and Big Ten champion Purdue was third.
Houston is the No. 1 seed in the Midwest and the Cougars are looking to make it back to their hometown for this year's Final Four.
Alabama is the overall top seed in the NCAA Tournament after cruising through the end of a season clouded by a murder case. Kansas, Houston and Purdue grabbed the other top seeds. Action in the 68-team tournament begins Tuesday with two games in the First Four. March Madness gets into full swing Thursday and Friday with 32 games spread over eight cities. The Final Four is set for April 1 and 3 at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Can Alabama, the region and the tournament's No. 1 overall seed, make it to their first-ever Final Four?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Brandon Miller scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as fourth-ranked Alabama smothered No. 18 Texas A&AM 82-63 on Sunday for the Crimson Tide's second Southeastern Conference Tournament championship in three seasons.
NEW YORK — Tyler Kolek and No. 6 Marquette raced out to a hefty lead and never looked back, beating No. 15 Xavier 65-51 on Saturday night to win the Big East Tournament for the first time.