NCAA March Madness

Return to normal tournament operations, expanded betting options fuel optimism

Unilever brand Dollar Shave Club has become the official razor of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the March Madness men's college basketball tournament

Australian-themed US restaurant chain Outback Steakhouse has signed up 12 college basketball athletes to strengthen the brand’s presence in US college sports.

Helbiz Media, a division of US-based micro-mobility company Helbiz, has acquired rights in Italy to American football and basketball championships organised by the National Collegiate Athletics Association…

Baltic media group TV3 has agreed a content deal with ESPN Sports Media for NCAA men’s college basketball.

Equity review recommends joint Final Four for two Division I basketball tournaments

Governing body to investigate how facility plans differed so greatly for men's, women's basketball tournaments

Return of tournament after last year's cancellation creates pent-up demand

Governing body sets provisions if teams must vacate due to Covid-19

Governing body seeks to manage ongoing impact of Covid-19 pandemic

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has announced it is planning to stage its entire men’s basketball tournament at a single-city location in 2021 to mitigate the risks of the ongoing Covid-19 p…

Governing body says there are no plans to deviate from current format

Idea would expand national tournaments to nearly 350 schools

Covid-19 pandemic creates sharp reductions in outlays to member schools

Move shifts much-beloved March Madness to essentially empty venues

Networks say there have been no reductions in crews or production plans for marquee event

Bob Williams investigates how the University of Maryland, Baltimore County is working to ensure its first-in-history victory over top seed Virginia in last year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament is more than an ephemeral high.

Hosting March Madness finale will cost MSFA nearly 12 times the amount to stage 2018’s Super Bowl LII Two large events at US Bank Stadium secured on back of $5.2