- 11/25W 71-63
- 11/27NWUW 114-42
- 12/2L 59-55
- 12/6L 76-73
- 12/10L 87-86
- 12/16W 73-61
- 12/22W 67-62
- 1/2W 73-64
- 1/4L 81-71
- 1/14L 98-64
- 1/16W 80-79
- 1/19W 58-56
- 1/2321W 75-64
- 1/28L 75-62
- 1/3023L 57-52
- 2/4W 91-71
- 2/6W 68-66
- 2/8L 78-49
- 2/11L 70-61
- 2/14L 75-73
- 2/18W 74-56
- 2/20L 61-57
- 2/25W 59-57
- 2/27W 73-62
- 3/3W 75-70
- 3/7L 80-67
- 3/11W 83-79
- 3/12W 75-64
- 3/1323W 70-68
- 3/195W 70-56
- 3/214W 80-70
- 3/278W 65-58
- 3/292L 67-61
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- Oregon St. keeps 'riding wave,' rolls into Elite 8
- Scott: 4 Sweet 16 teams boosts Pac-12's future
- Oregon St. president resigns over Miles saga
- Oregon State rolls on, ousts OK St., Cunningham
— Houston overcame a blown 17-point lead to hold off Oregon State 67-61 on Monday night in the NCAA Tournament, reaching the Final Four for the first time in 37 years.
Here's how we stack three No. 1 seeds, a No. 2, a No. 3 and the three (perhaps underseeded?) underdogs still standing in the Elite Eight.
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
No. 12 Oregon State continued to outperform expectations Saturday, overcoming some early struggles to beat Loyola Chicago 65-58 to advance to the Elite Eight.
— Ethan Thompson scored 20 points, including a pair of clinching foul shots with 35 seconds left, and No. 12 seed Oregon State kept its dream March going with a 65-58 victory over eighth-seeded Loyola Chicago in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on...
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott says getting four teams in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament "will help for sure" when it comes to the conference's future.
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
Oregon State president F. King Alexander has resigned after his role in the Les Miles saga at LSU came to light.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.
More top seeds look to defend their honor today in the 2021 NCAA tournament. Can Monday live up to the upset carnival that was Sunday's first half of the round of 32?
Led by Ethan Thompson's 26 points, No. 12 seed Oregon State took down Oklahoma State and star freshman Cade Cunningham in an 80-70 upset in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday night.
— Ethan Thompson scored 26 points and No. 12 seed Oregon State neutralized Oklahoma State and star freshman Cade Cunningham, rolling to an 80-70 upset in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night.
We're only in the round of 32, and March Madness feels extra mad. Sunday's action started with No. 1 Illinois going down to Loyola Chicago and saw No. 15 Oral Roberts advance.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
There were 14.7 million brackets entered in ESPN's Tournament Challenge prior to the start of the NCAA tournament. After just 16 games, only 108 remain unblemished.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.
— Oregon State played up the underdog role all season and is now the latest No. 12 seed to win an opening-round NCAA Tournament game.
— Maurice Calloo gave Oregon State an unexpected lift with 15 points and the Beavers won their first conference tournament title, holding off No. 23 Colorado 70-68 in the Pac-12 championship game Saturday night.
Points Per Game70.5217th
Rebounds Per Game34.3254th
Assists Per Game14.597th