The Basketball Tournament, a $1 million, winner-take-all event, is back for an eighth year. Here's a look at all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
- 12/8W 56-47
- 12/12W 65-56
- 12/15W 79-38
- 12/18W 103-49
- 12/21W 102-66
- 12/23W 80-60
- 12/3012W 73-53
- 1/2L 71-63
- 1/6W 79-74
- 1/9W 68-54
- 1/16W 81-61
- 1/19L 75-49
- 1/2319L 73-64
- 1/26W 56-53
- 1/3015W 80-61
- 2/2L 52-50
- 2/6W 82-71
- 2/10W 89-81
- 2/13L 78-65
- 2/17W 93-73
- 2/20L 70-55
- 2/24W 70-58
- 2/27L 77-72
- 3/7W 65-54
- 3/12W 78-66
- 3/136L 73-68
- 3/1912L 70-56
- Full Schedule
ESPN's panel talks SEC recruiting, including Kentucky's lost year, the rise of Alabama and the dark cloud that has hovered over the league's recruiting exploits.
- Tennessee's Fulkerson returning for sixth season
- Huntley-Hatfield commits to Vols, reclassifies
- Vols freshman Johnson declares for NBA draft
- ETSU hires Vols' Oliver to run men's basketball
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the SEC men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
A pair of men's college basketball blue bloods will enter 2021-22 with sky-high expectations.
Michigan remains atop the recruiting class rankings, but Gonzaga, LSU and Creighton added key prospects over the past few weeks.
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
Tennessee and Creighton are among college basketball programs to be bringing in some of the biggest rising prospects for next season.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
John Fulkerson announced Friday that he is returning to Tennessee for his sixth season, using the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Five-star forward Brandon Huntley-Hatfield has committed to Tennessee and will reclassify into 2021, allowing him to play for the Volunteers next season.
Keon Johnson, a freshman at Tennessee and No. 6 prospect in the ESPN 100, announced Wednesday that he was declaring for the NBA draft.
Desmond Oliver replaces Jason Shay, who faced criticism from Tennessee lawmakers after he supported his players' protest of social injustice.
The 2021 Geico Nationals tournament will feature 10 nationally ranked teams and over 30 ranked prospects.
Tennessee's Jaden Springer says he's signing with an agent and declaring for the 2021 NBA draft. ESPN rates Springer No. 27 in its latest draft rankings.
George Mason has hired Tennessee assistant Kim English as its next coach.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.
— Oregon State played up the underdog role all season and is now the latest No. 12 seed to win an opening-round NCAA Tournament game.
Callers are hot on the Florida/Tennessee altercation that led to John Fulkerson being on the receiving end of a dangerous cheap shot.
Seth Greenberg, ESPN College Basketball Analyst, joins the show to talk to Paul about storylines after the release of the March Madness bracket. Callers also weigh in on the college basketball conversation.
Gentry Estes of the Tennessean joins Paul to talk about Tennessee basketball heading into the tournament. Paul also talks to callers about numerous storylines in CBB heading into the tournament.
Tennessee senior forward John Fulkerson underwent a surgical procedure Sunday for facial injuries suffered in Friday's game. A determination on his status for the NCAA tournament will be made later in the week.
Several teams are nervous. We've placed their NCAA tournament selection nervousness into tiers.