MARCH MADNESS
Galleries from each of the games
Lopresti: UConn takes Napier's lead to national title
Kroll: Deficit too much for Kentucky against UConn
Bauernfeind: Kentucky players credit UConn guards
Collins: Toughness leads to another title for Huskies
Kroll: Calipari has run up against Connecticut before
Lopresti: UConn's run to title game reflection of its coach
Lopresti: Championship game numbers and words
Kroll: Kentucky lives by the freshmen -- again
Lopresti: UConn drawing comparisions to 2011 champs
Lopresti: Notes: UConn, UK is a match with many angles
Bauernfeind: Kentucky's inside game the difference
Collins: Ollie's leadership keeps UConn run alive
Lopresti: Napier's and Wilbekin's stories meet in Final Four
Lopresti: Notes: Times have changed since 1986
Kroll: Kaminsky grows into bigger role for Wisconsin
Kroll: AT&T Stadium is an un-really big deal
Lopresti: Even for Kentucky, it's no easy street
Lopresti: Notes: UConn's Ollie eyes title in first Final Four
Lopresti: Kentucky's Randle has private cheering section
Lopresti: Top tourney day in history of Final Four teams
Lopresti: Meet the battle-tested final foursome
2014 DI Men's Basketball Tournament Stats
Brackets: Interactive Printable
Selections: East  Midwest  South  West
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Inside Look: NCAA Courtside presented by AT&T
NCAA March Madness Live, managed by Turner Sports, continues to deliver record-setting video consumption with more than 64 million live video streams across all platforms through the second week of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. This year’s 64 million live video streams is up 40 percent when compared tournament to date last year and has far exceeded last year’s total of 49 million video streams for the entire tournament.

Additionally, NCAA March Madness Live has netted 13.5 million hours of live video consumed, an increase of 7 percent over last year and on pace to rank as an all-time record.

In partnership between the NCAA, Turner Sports and CBS Sports, NCAA March Madness Live is launched from www.ncaa.com/marchmadness, www.bleacherreport.com and www.cbssports.com, and is available via the Amazon Appstore, Apple App Store, Google Play and Windows Store.  Additionally, fans can watch games via live streaming on TNT, TBS and truTV’s digital platforms, as well as participating TV provider websites.

Highlights through the second week of the tournament:

Live Video Streams
• Across all digital platforms, NCAA March Madness Live has generated 64 million live video streams, up 40 percent compared with the first two weeks of the tournament in 2013.

• From the start of the First Four on March 18 to the completion of the Regional Finals on March 30, NCAA March Madness Live has registered 13.5 million hours of live video streaming, which represent a 7 percent increase from 2013.

Mobile Usage Growth
• Mobile (tablets and smartphones) platforms experienced significant growth with live streams up 71 percent over the first two weeks of the tournament in 2013.

• Live streaming hours also delivered considerable growth, up 38 percent over the comparable span last year.

Most Popular Games
The top five most-watched games across digital platforms over the first two weeks of the tournament, based on live video streams:
• Dayton vs. Ohio State – 4,587,986
• Mercer vs. Duke – 4,177,421
• Harvard vs. Cincinnati – 2,742,532
• Kentucky vs. Wichita State – 1,954,273
• Wisconsin vs. Arizona – 1,647,561

This year’s NCAA Men’s Final Four national semifinals will air on TBS, marking the first time in the event’s 76-year history the event will be televised on cable network. It also will be the first time the Final Four is presented across three networks with the traditional game coverage on TBS and Teamcasts for team-specific telecasts offered on TNT and truTV. NCAA March Madness Live also will offer live streaming of the game from all three vantage points. The men’s national championship will be broadcast on CBS for the 33rd consecutive year.