NCAA Basketball Tournament To Be Held Without Fans In AttendanceNCAA president Mark Emmert announced on Wednesday that the upcoming Division I basketball tournaments for both men and women will be played with only "essential staff and limited family attendance," meaning no paying fans will be in attendance for March Madness.
Boston College Accepts Invite To TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl Vs. CincinnatiThe Boston College Eagles are going bowling.
NCAA Tournament Picks: What Teams Will Advance To The Sweet 16?With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.
March Madness Could Cost Employers More Than $13 Billion"Any attempt to keep workers from the games would most likely result in real damage to employee morale, loyalty and engagement..."
NCAA To Allow Undrafted College Basketball Players To Return To SchoolCollege basketball players who go undrafted by the NBA will be allowed to return to school and play as part of sweeping NCAA reforms in the wake of a corruption scandal.
Louisville Places Rick Pitino On Administrative Leave Amid NCAA ScandalRick Pitino probably won't be walking through the door at Louisville anymore.
Pete Frates Receives NCAA Inspiration Award At His Beverly HomeDue to the progression of his ALS, former Boston College baseball captain Pete Frates isn't able to make it to Nashville in January to accept the award--so the award came to him.
NCAA Pulls 7 Postseason Events Out Of NC Due To LGBT LawThe NCAA has pulled seven championship events from North Carolina, including opening-weekend men's basketball tournament games.
Mike From Woburn: After Penn State Settlement, NCAA Should Be Shut DownMike from Woburn on why the NCAA should fold after shocking new court docs about the Penn State scandal.
Nothing Compares To March MadnessThe NCAA Tournament tips off today in earnest. And, as sports fans know, there's no other sporting event quite like March Madness.
Coach K: Lessons From The Duke Basketball LegendAs part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Duke men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski discusses leadership on and off the court.