March Madness, so far, has lived up to its billing. The Boston Globe’s Michael Whitmer called Johnston & Flynn on Friday to discuss.
Harvard University’s men’s basketball team narrowly lost to the University of North Carolina 67-65 Thursday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Basketball in Massachusetts reached its peak in the mid-1990’s with John Calipari and UMass. Could it ever get back to being that popular?
There’s no easy way say this, but here goes: Nobody cares about your stupid bracket. Not even your mother.
CBS Sports Radio’s Doug Gottlieb joined WBZNewsRadio 1030’s Adam Kaufman, and has a few teams who could beat the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
CBS Sports’ lead college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg explains how one local team is built to shake up this year’s brackets.
Find out what channel you can catch every game of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday, including Northeastern and Harvard!
Every year, fans watch the first slate of games in the hopes of a top team falling to a mid-major, and every year the brackets don’t disappoint.
Three teams from the area are continuing their seasons in pursuit of an NCAA Tournament title in this year’s big dance.
A pair of local teams are heading to March Madness, with the Northeastern Huskies and Harvard Crimson each earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament.