NCAA March Madness News
Friday Rewind: YouTube shooting
Take a look at the top news stories that made headlines this week, including the woman who opened fire at YouTube headquarters.
Villanova wins NCAA championship game against Michigan for the national title
After making it to the final four, No. 1 seed Villanova and No. 3 see Michigan faced off in San Antonio.
Notre Dame's women's basketball team wins championship
Plus, a preview of the men's final that will see Villanova facing off against the underdog, Michigan.
$10 billion estimated to be bet on March Madness , but only 3 percent of it legally
Americans will bet more than $10 billion on the NCAA tournament, including office pools and traditional wagers with bookmakers, according to estimates released Monday by the American Gaming Association. Only 3 percent of the action is expected to take place in a legal environment. Last year, 24
98-year-old Sister Jean's bobblehead sets a new record
The bobblehead of Loyola-Chicago men's basketball team chaplain, and NCAA basketball's newest celebrity, has had booming sales.
Final Four set to begin in San Antonio
March Madness continues as Loyola-Chicago prepares to take on third-seeded Michigan and Villanova faces off against Kansas in the Final Four.
The best March Madness prop bets
T.J. Homes shares some of this season's most interesting college basketball prop bets.
Star basketball coach Vic Schaefer opens up about his son's remarkable recovery
The women's college basketball coach shares the story of how his son, Logan, recovered following a harrowing wakeboarding accident that left him in a coma for four days.
98-year-old Sister Jean licenses name, image for Loyola; already has 'bestselling bobblehead ever'
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the famous 98-year-old superfan and chaplain of the Loyola-Chicago University basketball team that is on a winning streak in the NCAA Final Four has given permission to license her name and image for her beloved Ramblers. Loyola has approved more than 25 Sister Jean