ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the Sweet 16 for the South and Midwest regions.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/53W 68-66
- 11/8W 89-55
- 11/12W 105-54
- 11/15W 74-63
- 11/21W 87-52
- 11/22W 81-73
- 11/26L 85-83
- 11/29W 83-70
- 12/311W 87-75
- 12/6W 77-63
- 12/19W 86-57
- 12/28W 75-50
- 12/31W 88-49
- 1/4W 95-62
- 1/8W 73-64
- 1/11W 90-59
- 1/14L 79-72
- 1/1811L 79-73
- 1/21W 89-59
- 1/28W 79-67
- 2/1W 97-88
- 2/4W 63-55
- 2/8W 98-96
- 2/108W 70-65
- 2/15W 94-60
- 2/19L 88-66
- 2/22W 88-64
- 2/25L 113-101
- 2/29L 52-50
- 3/2W 88-69
- 3/7W 89-76
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- Duke adds size with 6-10 Columbia transfer Tape
- Top grad transfer Towns picks OSU over Duke
- Duke sophomore guard Jones to enter NBA draft
- Conference championships canceled across board
Columbia graduate transfer Patrick Tape picked Duke over the likes of USC, Syracuse and Ohio State on Tuesday.
ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the round of 32 for the South and Midwest regions.
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Seth Towns, the best graduate transfer on the market, committed to Ohio State on Saturday night. The guard, a native of Columbus, Ohio, chose the Buckeyes over Duke.
ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the South Region.
Duke sophomore guard Tre Jones, the ACC's Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, will enter the NBA draft. He averaged 16.2 points and 6.4 assists this season.
We created a bracket of the top four teams on each seed line (64 teams total) since 1994 and looked at which of this year's teams could have threatened to join them.
ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the East Region.
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Using a single-simulation method, we picked the whole tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips. The final results will surprise you.
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