The Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight has thousands of fans descending on Causeway Street.
March Madness hits Boston on Thursday, and although Harvard University made a first round exit, there’s plenty for the city to cheer about.
This week at the WBZ Water Cooler: Can you believe these first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament?
I can’t believe it…….brackets all over the country are in a total mess this morning, huge front page news in every newspaper in America and before this weekend is over, all remaining brackets will begin to crumble. What on earth are we going to do?
Except for a late, desperate rally, the Ivy League’s best wasn’t much of a match for the only private school in the SEC. John Jenkins made all six of his late free throws and scored 27 points Thursday to help Vanderbilt hold off Harvard 79-70.
Picking brackets for the Big Dance has become a rite of passage, and one local author says he’s got the inside track to winning that office pool (or bragging rights).
What would you do for a free pizza? Would you get a vasectomy?
March Madness kicked off with the second round of games Thursday. CBS Sports’ Greg Gumbel spoke with Toucher & Rich about the big NCAA Tournament and teams that he sees making a big run.
Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports joined D.A. to talk about the upcoming NCAA tournament. Who does Goodman think will take it all?
WBZ’s Neil Chayet talks a bit about videos on your smartphone and whether they have a right to be there or not.