Armour: NCAA Breaks Rules for ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ and that’s Progress

By Nancy Armour | Hallelujah. For once, the NCAA is showing some common sense. Rather than its usual myopic devotion to its antiquated rule book, the...

Armour: DiVincenzo’s Big Night Fires Up Villanova on Way to Title

By Nancy Armour | Like most freshmen, Donte DiVincenzo thought being on a big-time team meant he was big time, too. “The Michael Jordan of Delaware,”...

Raining Money in San Antonio on Everyone but the Players

By Evan Weiner | It is time for the college basketball championship game. Let’s see who will be there: the Alamodome security team, they get...

Armour: Beilein Chases First* Title … or Will it be His Second?

By Nancy Armour | John Beilein is old school. Defense and hard work are the foundation for his success. Cutting corners would never occur to him,...

Armour: The Case for Loyola-Chicago to Shock World and Win National Title

By Nancy Armour | They’re on a mission from God. Sorry, Loyola being a Jesuit school from Chicago and the team’s most famous member being a...

Armour: Loyola’s Sister Jean is an Example for Us All

By Nancy Armour | This NCAA tournament has given us a gift in the form of Sister Jean. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Loyola fan...

Armour: Defensive Juggernaut Villanova Finds Way Back to Final Four

By Nancy Armour | Villanova has, by far, the nation’s highest-scoring offense. It makes threes by the dozens. While the Wildcats aren’t automatic at the...

Armour: Mindset Makes Villanova Most Dangerous Team Left in NCAA Tournament

By Nancy Armour | There’s a fine line between confidence and cockiness, and keeping a team on the right side is one of the bigger...

Armour: NCAA Men’s Tournament Wonderfully Chaotic, with More in Store

By Nancy Armour | This isn’t madness, it’s insanity. A watch-the-clocks-spin-backward, howl-at-the-moon kind of bedlam that’s as spectacular as it is inexplicable. The chaos of the...

All About Betting Madness in March

Beware the Ides of March if you run a company whose employees catch a case of March Madness. The first two days of the...

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