Miami Hurricanes coach Jim Larrañaga has a unique vantage to this NCAA Final Four. His team’s loss kick-started Loyola’s Cinderella run. Larrañaga also has been smack in the middle of what that feels like, with George Mason in 2006.
The University of Florida men’s basketball team, a No. 6 seed, defeated St. Bonaventure 77-62 in the first round of the NCCA Tournament. The Gators advance on to the second round and will play Texas Tech on Saturday.
The Chicago-Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball team, a No. 11 seed, defeated the sixth-seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCCA Tournament. The Ramblers advance to the second round and will play third-seeded Tennessee, which was a 73-47 winner over Wright St.
The Miami Hurricanes men's basketball team, a six seed, lost to the 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago Ramblers in the first round of the NCCA Tournament. The Gramblers were viewed by many as a potential Cinderella in this year’s tournament.
The Florida Gators earned a No. 6 seed and will play either UCLA or St. Bonaventure on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Florida State is a No. 9 seed and will play Missouri on Friday.
The ongoing FBI investigation into corruption, a probe that has touched the University of Miami, has clouded and tainted this college basketball season. To the rescue comes March Madness — or so the sport hopes.
Watch University of North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams describe his reactions to the news that the NCAA would have no sanctions for UNC in the wake of their long-running investigation into academic issues.
From the Miami Herald Archive: Ten years ago, on April 2, 2007, the University of Florida Gators defeated Ohio State for their second straight NCAA men’s basketball title. Here is a look back at coverage from the game by Herald columnist Greg Cote.