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On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Don Banks discusses Colts owner Jim Irsay's arrest this weekend, the team's signing of WR Hakeem Nicks, and the Broncos' signing of WR Emmanuel Sanders.
As always, there will be upsets. Seth Davis analyzes three teams that could defy seedings in and beyond the Round of 64.
Sports Illustrated's Seth Davis previews the East region in the 2014 March Madness tournament as he gives his players to watch, best match-up, and picks his team to reach the Final Four.
Looking for a lovable low seed to put your faith behind? Here are three that could make some waves.
It's tough for teams to fluctuate too much in the Power Rankings at this point in the season, but this week brings a few notable shifts after some recent trends forced our hand.
Realignment has frozen out the underdogs, minimizing the chance of true magic in this tournament.
Michigan St. may win it all. Or not. I can admit it: I have no clue what to make of this tourney.
Playoff expansion? It's looking like a matter of when, not if. Plus, more buzz ahead of the NFL league meetings.
Even with three of last year's Final Four teams, the Midwest region is the most overrated.
Our experts break down the chances for Nos. 1 seeds Florida, Wichita State, Arizona and Virginia and also offer players to watch and upset picks in each region.