March Madness 2014: NCAA Tournament Coverage

Final Four schedule: Semifinals set for Saturday

Florida and UConn play first on Saturday night with Kentucky and Wisconsin handling the nightcap.

2014 Final Four: Printable bracket

While 64 out of 67 games have already been played, the three most important contests of the NCAA Tournament happen in Dallas. Get your updated, printable bracket here.

2014 Final Four schedule

Florida and UConn play the first game, with Wisconsin and Kentucky handling the nightcap.

Final Four power rankings and who to root for

The Final Four is this weekend. If you're not already a fan of one of the remaining teams, here's who to root for -- and who's most likely to win.


Randle, Wilbekin look to improve draft stocks

The Final Four only has one likely lottery pick, but several other prospects can make names for themselves and continue rising up draft boards.

John Calipari keeps it real

Kentucky has another monster recruiting class coming in next season. You can credit John Calipari's honesty for that.

No, you don't know Wisconsin

Bo Ryan-ball has suffered derision over the years due to Wisconsin's periodic early-round exits from the NCAA Tournament. Now that the Badgers have the right combination of talent to win a title, they are still misunderstood.

Power rankings: Florida's still the favorite

The Gators have made devastating runs their calling card. Wisconsin is playing superb offense. Kentucky comes alive late. And UConn has Shabazz. How do we rank the four Final Four teams?

The mystery of this season's Kentucky team

A team that didn't make the 2013 NCAA Tournament began the 2013-14 season ranked No. 1, and five months later the world still has no idea whether or not that was justified.

Gators favored big vs. UConn in Final 4 betting

Florida is a big favorite to extend its Final Four domination. UConn is looking to pull yet another March Madness upset.

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