March Madness: South Region

Mar 18, 2024

Led by guards L.J. Cryer and Jamal Shead, Houston dominated the Big 12 and is a nightmare to run offense against.

No. 1 Houston

Streaky Longwood enters the tournament with a Big South Tournament title under their belt as the conference's fifth seed.

No. 16 Longwood

After five seasons, coach Fred Hoiberg has Nebraska dancing with impressive wins over Purdue and Wisconsin.

No. 8 Nebraska

Boosted by an upset of Kentucky, Texas A&M's methodical offense is led by guard Wade Taylor IV.

No. 9 Texas A&M

Wisconsin found their groove in the Big Ten Tournament, led by AJ Storr's scoring and athleticism on the perimeter.

No. 5 Wisconsin

James Madison's impressive turnover margin and 30-win season make them a force to be reckoned with.

No. 12 James Madison

Duke looks to bounce back from a court-storming controversy with leading scorer Kyle Filipowski.

No. 4 Duke

Defensively stingy Vermont searches for their first NCAA Tournament win since 2012.

No. 14 Vermont

Despite losing a key player to injury, Texas Tech is making their sixth appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2016.

No. 6 Texas Tech

N.C. State went on a stunning run in the ACC Tournament, beating rivals Duke and North Carolina en route to a title.

No. 11 N.C. State

Led by lethal shooters Antonio Reeves, Reed Sheppard, and Rob Dillingham, Kentucky has a potent offense.

No. 3 Kentucky

Oakland's battle-tested team, led by coach Greg Kampe, is ready to make a statement in the NCAA Tournament.

No. 13 Oakland

Physical and dominant on the boards, Florida is led by sharpshooter Walter Clayton Jr. and transfer Tyrese Samuel.

No. 7 Florida

Colorado finished the regular season strong, shooting well and led by guard KJ Simpson.

No. 10 Colorado

Boise State is searching for their first NCAA Tournament win in school history with standout forward Tyson Degenhart.

No. 10 Boise State

Despite some early struggles, Marquette is a tough team with star guard Tyler Kolek leading the way.

No. 2 Marquette

Coach Steve Lutz continues his streak of making the NCAA Tournament, this time with Western Kentucky.

No. 15 Western Kentucky