- Following some early upsets by the lesser-known schools, the Sweet Sixteen shapes up as a haven for the power conferences, led by the Big Ten and Big East. No. 1 Gonzaga? The Bulldogs do what they always do at this time of year: exit early.
- The new Big East has taken shape -- officially -- with Wednesday's announcement that Butler, Creighton and Xavier will be joining the likes of Georgetown, Villanova, Marquette, St. John's, Seton Hall, DePaul and Providence. It sounds goods, looks good ... but could it have been better?
- One of the nation's great basketball conferences is holding its final tournament as any semblance of what it once was. True, the name will remain. But it won't be the same. Then again, how long has it been since it really was what it once was?
- The conference has tried to stay afloat as a BCS football factor despite the departure of several schools, but the latest announcement by the ACC may signal the end is truly near.
Texas vs Cincinnati: Watch LIVE Online Streaming Coverage; Prediction, Preview and TV Schedule for the NCAA Tournament Second Round GameThe Longhorns battle with the Bearcats in Nashville.
- The United States plans to build high-speed 4G wireless services network and make it available to at least 98 percent of Americans households by 2016, President Barrack Obama said during a speech at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan.
- President Barack Obama will outline his plan on Thursday for expanding high speed wireless Internet service to 98 percent of Americans while reducing the U.S. deficit by $9.6 billion over the next 10 years.