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NCAA BB

  1. Twenty-seven years ago Sunday, Chris Webber made one of the biggest blunders in the history of sports. Here's how it all went down.
  2. The last open scholarship for the Kansas State men's basketball program seems to have a home. Williams had other offers from mid-major programs and from one other high-major program in Washington State. Williams is the second junior college point guard in as many years for Kansas State, following the signing of David Sloan a year ago.
  3. Kentucky point guard Ashton Hagans will enter the NBA draft and forego his final two seasons of eligibility. The 6-foot-3 Hagans was named Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman and became one of the country's best point guards this past season. Hagans then requested time away from the team for personal reasons and did not travel to the season finale at Florida.
  4. Kris Jenkins is one of those players who believes every shot is going in. The Villanova junior answered a double-clutch, game-tying 3-pointer by North Carolina's Marcus Paige with a buzzer-beating 3 of his own Monday night to lift the Wildcats to a 77-74 victory and the national championship. The shot came on a play Villanova works on every day in practice: Jenkins inbounds the ball to Ryan Arcidiacono, he works it up court and forward Daniel Ochefu sets a pick near halfcourt to clutter things up, then Arcidiacono creates.
  5. Khalid El-Amin remembers Connecticut’s resolve to win a program-changing national championship.
  6. Watch members of K-StateOnline take part in a massive fantasy draft of all Kansas State football players.
  7. Watch graduated Kansas State offensive lineman Adam Holtorf turn the tables on K-StateOnline's Matt Hall.
  8. We start our "What If..." series at KSO with a look back at the 2003 season, which saw a hand injury limit Ell Roberson.
  9. Chris Webber's timeout during the 1993 NCAA Championship game will stand the test of time.
  10. The FSU men knock off Kansas in the Final Four of our What Could Have Been NCAA Tournament. Louisville is up next.