Everyone has a bracket strategy, whether it’s mascots or colors or coin flips. Why not take some risks when you fill out yours this year?
North Carolina beat Duke twice and nearly did it a third time in the A.C.C. tournament. Is a Round 4 in the offing?
Michigan State looms as the biggest threat in the region for a team that reassumed its favorite status once Zion Williamson returned.
The Cavaliers lost their opening game in last season’s tournament. This year’s team is a top seed again, and it might be even better.
The only region with a non-A.C.C. No. 1 seed, the West is dominated by Gonzaga’s play and Ja Morant’s highlights.
Auburn continued its mastery of Tennessee, St. Louis rallied to win the A-10’s automatic N.C.A.A. berth, and Yale beat Harvard for the Ivy League title.
Duke, Virginia and North Carolina received top seeds in a triumph for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Gonzaga was the fourth No. 1 seed.
Villanova became the first team to win a third straight Big East tournament, Iowa State beat Kansas to claim the Big 12, and Tennessee won
The Pirates defeated Marquette in a game that had three ejections and 85 free throws. The defending champion Wildcats needed overtime to beat Xavier.
Michigan State gave Coach Tom Izzo his 600th victory, top-seeded Virginia Commonwealth lost in the Atlantic 10, and Houston routed UConn.