NCAA Tournament 2012: Top 68 Players

March 11th, 2012
Anthony Davis provided another virtuoso performance

When it comes time to pick your NCAA Bracket, its a good strategy to focus on teams with superstar players. Just look at UCONN last year: Kemba Walker put the Huskies on his back and led them to a surprise National Championship.

Bracketology: Saturday Evening NCAA Tournament Projection

March 10th, 2012
2012 Final Four7:00 PM Saturday: Bracketology projections will be coming fast and furious right up until Selection Sunday, expect another update at midnight following the rest of the day's action. Please check out my review of each of Saturday's games (including

Bracketology Update: Duke Loses, Memphis Rolls, OSU Looking at #1

March 10th, 2012

Here's a look at every game played up until 6 pm on Saturday and how it affects NCAA Tournament Bracketology.



NCAA Tournament: Who Most Deserves the Fourth #1 Seed?

March 10th, 2012

NCAA Tournament Interviews: Loyola (MD) Justin Drummond

March 9th, 2012
Loyola makes their long-awaited return to the Big DanceAs part of his NCAA Tournament interview series CHN writer Jon Teitel caught up with Loyola (MD) guard Justin Drummond, a key cog in the Greyhound attack as they make their first tournament appearance since 1994. Drummond, who scored eight points in Loyola's 48-44 win over Fairfield in the MAAC tournament final, was named MAAC 6th Man of the Year by the conference last week.

Jon Teitel: During your senior year at Riverdale Baptist High School you played center despite weighing less than 200 pounds. How on earth were you able to survive down in the post?

NCAA Tournament Interviews: South Dakota State's Scott Nagy

March 8th, 2012
Scott Nagy's Jackrabbits making their 1st NCAA appearanceAs part of his NCAA Tournament interview series CHN writer caught up with South Dakota State head coach Scott Nagy, whose Jackrabbits will be making the first NCAA appearance in school history. Led by point guard Nate Wolters and lone senior Griffan Callahan, the Jackrabbits finished second in the regular season and then won three straight in Sioux Falls to grab the automatic bid.

Jon Teitel: You made the 1989 Final Four with Illinois as a graduate assistant to Lou Henson (who remains one of the 20 winningest coaches in NCAA history).