After winning Friday night, Michigan State or Louisville will reach the Final Four. Now that's March Madness! Dana O'Neil »Sparty ousts OU »Observations »Cards stay alive »Observations »Check bracket »
The South's top seeds -- Duke and Gonzaga -- had to adapt Friday night to set up Sunday's showdown. C.L. Brown » Zags among Elite » Vitale Winslow, Duke down Utah »Observations » Bilas Check bracket »
Duke, a Sweet 16 fixture, is making Utah's first Sweet trip in a decade difficult. Chat Watch Zags back among Elite »Check your bracket »
Ignore MSU's 11 losses. It's March, which means Tom Izzo has Sparty back in the Sweet 16. Chat Watch Louisville wins »Check bracket »
In a season of breakthroughs, South Carolina knocked down another barrier in advancing to the Elite Eight. Mechelle Voepel » Mitchell hits winner »Beats UNC 67-65 Baylor tops Iowa FSU survives »
Highlight Of The Night: Travis Trice scored 24 points and Michigan State finished off Oklahoma 62-58 to advance to the Elite Eight.
Eamonn Brennan discusses No. 1 seed Duke's dominant win against No. 16 seed Robert Morris in the Round of 64.
ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi previews the path ahead for Robert Morris, the No. 16 seed in the South Region.
Marc Stein reacts to the news that Thunder forward Kevin Durant will have bone graft surgery on his right foot and is expected to return to basketball activities in four to six months.
Jay Bilas breaks down Duke's 63-57 win over Utah.
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