As the Final Four begins, the question is no longer whether college sports "amateurism" will die. It’s when and how it finally will.
Sister Jean, Loyola's 98-year-old team chaplain, was there to cheer them as they defeated Kansas State.
"I don't regret the joke," Cody McClure said of his message about Sister Jean of Loyola University Chicago.
"It's the happiest I've ever been in my life," Nevada coach Eric Musselman said.
Freshman Jordan Poole hit a desperation three pointer as time expired to secure a 64-63 win.
It's the first time in the men's NCAA tournament a No. 16 seed has defeated a No. 1 seed.
Well, that's one way to show support for your team.
Sports can and should be a safe environment that encourages camaraderie.
Civil rights groups say the NCAA is breaking its "promise to ensure all championship games are held in locations that are safe, respectful, and free of discrimination."
"The foot speed is too slow," the father of NBA prospect Lonzo Ball said.
The Tar Heels lost to Villanova last season on a last-second shot by Kris Jenkins.
A basketball program mired in an academic fraud scandal just won a tournament built on the tarnished idea of the student-athlete.