Syracuse guard/forward Tyus Battle has declared for the NBA draft without hiring an agent, the school announced Friday.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 77-45
- 11/14W 71-62
- 11/18W 80-67
- 11/20W 74-50
- 11/22W 72-64
- 11/27W 72-70
- 12/22L 76-60
- 12/5W 72-63
- 12/9W 72-58
- 12/16W 86-79
- 12/19W 81-74
- 12/22L 60-57
- 12/27W 62-47
- 12/31W 68-56
- 1/3L 73-67
- 1/6L 51-49
- 1/93L 68-61
- 1/1323L 101-90
- 1/16W 59-45
- 1/24W 81-63
- 1/27W 60-55
- 1/31L 55-51
- 2/32L 59-44
- 2/5W 78-73
- 2/11W 78-70
- 2/14L 74-70
- 2/17W 62-55
- 2/2110L 78-74
- 2/245L 60-44
- 2/28L 85-70
- 3/318W 55-52
- 3/6W 73-64
- 3/712L 78-59
- 3/1411W 60-56
- 3/166W 57-52
- 3/183W 55-53
- 3/232L 69-65
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Villanova reigns as national champion. How does the field stack up for next season? Here's your first look at the best of the best for next season.
Headlined by the 1972 UCLA Bruins, 80 teams have cut down the nets at an NCAA tournament. Villanova became the latest, winning its second title in three years. Where does this triumph rank all time?
Top-10 prospect Darius Bazley is skipping college and plans to play in the NBA G League, he told Yahoo! Sports on Thursday afternoon.
Syracuse forward Matthew Moyer, who started 20 games this season as a redshirt freshman before an injury curtailed his playing time, says he's transferring.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Syracuse sophomore Matthew Moyer announces he's transferring. Averaged 3.2 points and 3.4 rebounds this season. Should have three years of eligibility after redshirting last year.
Duke found a way to crack Syracuse's zone defense, and now the Blue Devils are back in the Elite Eight for the first time since the 2015 team won it all.
Syracuse will be an intriguing team next season and should be trending up.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
No. 2 seed Duke survives a nail-biter over Syracuse, 69-65, in the second Midwest Region semifinal, earning a date with top seed Kansas on Sunday in Omaha for a spot in the Final Four. Freshman Marvin Bagley III scored 22 and grabbed 12 boards for the Blue Devils. The Elite Eight matchup will mark the first game between KU and Duke since 2013 and a rematch of the 1991 championship game, won by Mike Krzyzewski's Hurley-Hill-Laettner group.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
It's almost like Syracuse and Duke know each other well. Aside from the zone-defense, like-mindedness of the Jim Boeheim and Mike Krzyzewski systems this year, the ACC rivals played less than a month ago ahead of this Sweet 16 matchup in Omaha -- which the Blue Devils lead 34-27 at the half. Both teams have attacked the other's zone, getting inside regularly to result in high-percentage shots. As expected, though, points remain at a premium after the Devils' 60-44 win in the previous meeting.
No. 1 seeds Kansas and Villanova try to advance to the Elite Eight against No. 5 seeds in their Sweet 16 matchups Friday night.
Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics
Villanova won the NCAA tournament as an 8 seed in 1985, the lowest seed to win it all. Between Florida State, Kansas State, Loyola, and Syracuse there is now a 7 percent chance of a 9 or 11 seed winning it all this year (per espn.com/bpi).
The big names come out to play -- Villanova, Duke, Kansas -- with a spot in the Elite Eight on the line. Will the top seeds advance, or will lower seeds again bust brackets?
What happened in the first two rounds? It was crazy, but we're moving on because the Sweet 16 has arrived. The blue bloods are here, but so are the wild cards, including two(!) 11-seeds. Enjoy the games, but here's what's going to happen this weekend.
The seed was planted when Mike Krzyzewski took Jim Boeheim's advice and went to a 2-3 zone during a Team USA exhibition in 2010. Coach K turned to the zone again this season to save his defense and get the Blue Devils to the Sweet 16.
OK, let's get a few things straight: A revolution is not happening in college basketball. Nor is what is happening in this NCAA tournament unprecedented. We've had crazier tournaments. What isn't crazy is The Bilastrator's order of the 16 remaining teams.
So your bracket is busted, your original champion is already out of the tournament and you need someone new to follow. We've done the research for you already. All you have to do now is pick the team that best fits your style.
Syracuse head coach talks about the win over Michigan State, coaching against Virginia's Tony Bennett, the Orange's upcoming matchup against Duke and more.
Let's try this again. It's not exactly the 16 teams we expected, but it's time to take a good look and put them in the proper order. The top teams aren't that shocking, but then the surprises start.
Welcome to the Sweet 16, Sister Jean. Loyola-Chicago's Cinderella story is just one delightful development in this year's field. Half the 1-seeds are gone, and there's no telling who has the upper hand to reach the Final Four.
The field has been trimmed. Only 16 are left standing. It's time to look at what they did to get here and, more importantly, what they need to do if they hope to keep moving along in March.
Syracuse continues its unlikely march through the NCAA tournament by downing Michigan State to head to the Sweet 16.
The Tar Heels' and Spartans' losses Sunday mean four of the Tournament Challenge's top-seven picks to win the tourney have been eliminated.