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2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket Revealed: Takeaways, Analysis, Region Breakdown
  • College Basketball
  • March 17, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket Revealed: Takeaways, Analysis, Region Breakdown

The wait is over, the 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket has finally been revealed. Here are our immediate reactions and region breakdowns for the tournament bracket.   The ACC makes history with three No. 1 Seeds The four No. 1 seeds in the 2019 NCAA Tournament are Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga. That’s a historic […]

Here’s Your Printable 2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket
  • College Basketball
  • March 17, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Here’s Your Printable 2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket

The day has finally arrived. It’s Selection Sunday and the 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket has been released. Now comes the fun part of analyzing each region and picking first-round upsets, a dark horse team, the Final Four field and a national champion. But first, you need to print your bracket. You can find it here. […]

Up-to-Date List of College Basketball Coaching Changes
  • College Basketball
  • March 17, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Up-to-Date List of College Basketball Coaching Changes

Here’s a list of all the college basketball coaching changes in 2019. Check back to see all the changes as they happen: For the schools below that are underlined, click on the school name to read Stadium College Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman’s take on who he thinks the school should hire and who he thinks […]

2019 NCAA Tournament Automatic Bid Tracker: Conference Tournament Dates, Schedule
  • College Basketball
  • March 17, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

2019 NCAA Tournament Automatic Bid Tracker: Conference Tournament Dates, Schedule

There will be 32 automatic bids earned to the 2019 NCAA Tournament over the course of the next two weeks. Many conference tournaments will be won by teams that would’ve made the NCAA Tournament regardless of how they fared in their conference tournament but some teams will “steal” valuable auto-bids, meaning they wouldn’t have made […]

Selection Sunday 2019: NCAA Tournament Bracket Show Date, Time, How to Watch
  • College Basketball
  • March 17, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Selection Sunday 2019: NCAA Tournament Bracket Show Date, Time, How to Watch

The 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket will be announced on Selection Sunday, which falls on Sunday, March 17 this year. It’s the most anticipated date in the sport’s calendar as college basketball players, coaches and fans alike find out which teams made the NCAA Tournament, which were snubbed and what the potential path to a national […]

Michigan Advances to Big Ten Tournament Championship to Face Michigan State
  • College Basketball
  • March 16, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Michigan Advances to Big Ten Tournament Championship to Face Michigan State

CHICAGO – Michigan has now won 10 consecutive games in the Big Ten Tournament. That’s as many as recent Big Ten additions Nebraska, Maryland and Rutgers have won in their 18 combined conference tournament appearances. It’s one more win than Northwestern’s win total in 22 years of playing in the Big Ten Tournament and one […]

Stadium to Host “Bracket Scouting Selection Show” With Jeff Goodman and Doug Gottlieb
  • College Basketball
  • March 16, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Stadium to Host “Bracket Scouting Selection Show” With Jeff Goodman and Doug Gottlieb

We’ve finally reached Selection Sunday, which might as well be a national holiday for college basketball fans across the country. It marks the end of NCAA Tournament bracket projections and speculation as the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee will reveal the field of 68, including the four No. 1 seeds, the potential road to […]

Stadium’s NCAA Tournament Projections – Saturday, March 16
  • College Basketball
  • March 16, 2019
  • Tim Krueger

Stadium’s NCAA Tournament Projections – Saturday, March 16

In all my years of doing bracketology, (and there have been a lot) I don’t think I have ever seen a day quite like Friday. We saw buzzer beaters, overtime games, upsets, multiple ejections in the same game and a classic in Charlotte. Duke and North Carolina met for the third time and I think […]

Search Firm: Predicting UNLV’s Next Head Basketball Coach
  • College Basketball
  • March 16, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Search Firm: Predicting UNLV’s Next Head Basketball Coach

Three years ago, UNLV had Chris Beard. Then Tubby Smith left Texas Tech for Memphis, and Beard’s stint in Vegas lasted less than two weeks before he went to Texas Tech. UNLV scrambled and wound up with New Mexico State’s Marvin Menzies, who brought a ton of mediocrity to the Runnin’ Rebels program before he […]

Search Firm: Predicting Texas A&M’s Next Head Basketball Coach
  • College Basketball
  • March 15, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Search Firm: Predicting Texas A&M’s Next Head Basketball Coach

Billy Kennedy went to the Sweet 16 in 2016 and again a year ago, but the administration made a move with him after a mass exodus following last season and then a disappointing 11th-place finish in the SEC this year. Was it just performance, or also health-related? Kennedy has been battling Parkinson’s Disease for most […]

Michigan State’s Foster Loyer Adds Scoring Punch in Win Over Ohio State
  • College Basketball
  • March 15, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Michigan State’s Foster Loyer Adds Scoring Punch in Win Over Ohio State

CHICAGO – Big Ten Player of the Year Cassius Winston made his first on-court appearance Friday since winning the conference’s highest individual honor for a player on Monday. He backed it up by leading all scorers with 18 points on an efficient 4-of-7 shooting in Michigan State’s 77-70 win over No. 8 seed Ohio State […]

Stadium’s NCAA Tournament Projections – Friday, March 15
  • College Basketball
  • March 15, 2019
  • Tim Krueger

Stadium’s NCAA Tournament Projections – Friday, March 15

Thursday was a day filled with bubble teams trying to make a statement. And while there were a few casualties along the way (Creighton, Texas, Georgetown), several did come through. In the SEC both Florida and Alabama got huge wins. The Tide are in my “last four in” and should be safe for now. The […]

Texas AD: “I Won’t Comment” on Shaka Smart
  • College Basketball
  • March 15, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Texas AD: “I Won’t Comment” on Shaka Smart

KANSAS CITY — After Shaka Smart’s Texas Longhorns lost to fall to a mediocre 16-16, and will now hope to become the first-ever .500 team to make the NCAA tournament, Athletic Director Chris Del Conte failed to give a ringing endorsement of his head coach when asked whether Smart would return next season. “I won’t […]

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