With Selection Sunday approaching, Villanova has garnered a top seed in the final Bracket Watch.
After a rough week for the East's elite, there's an all-West top three, including a new No. 1.
A hockey game's intensity was replaced by dread and confusion after Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench.
Tampa is reportedly looking to move prize CB Darrelle Revis, a play that could put the Bucs in a tough spot.
Heading into the final week of the regular season, six teams could lay claim to the fourth No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. Five of those teams lost once last week. As such, the sixth, Villanova, finds itself atop the East Region in the final Bracket Watch of the season.
The Wichita State Shockers emerged from the Missouri Valley Conference 34-0. Luke Winn has the inside story of how they keep winning.
They may not fill up the stat sheet, but these players' other contributions still make them irreplaceable.
What'll happen when the market opens? Predictions for that other March madness.
Can Phil Jackson fix the Knicks? This die-hard fan doesn't want the 11-time champion in New York.
NFL free agency opens tomorrow. Which players are about to get paid? Here are 10 things you need to know.
On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated executive editor B.J. Schecter and college basketball producer David Gardner discuss the chances of the teams that have already punched a ticket to "the dance," and Harvard's potential tournament impact.
Today's SI Now
Wichita St. is tournament-bound as MVC champions with a record of 34-0, but critics remain.
Joakim Noah's hard-edged play was the difference in the Bulls' 95-88 OT victory against the Heat.