Full coverage: 2022 NCAA basketball tournament

The basketball court at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh is prepared with a March Madness logo.
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The 2022 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are underway. Check out The Times’ complete coverage here.

Saint Peter’s upset-filled run in the NCAA tournament is over, but the Peacocks showed an often cynical sports world that almost anything is possible.

UCLA was moments away from reaching the Elite Eight for the second time in as many years before North Carolina surged late, dashing the Bruins’ dreams.

North Carolina crushed 15th-seeded Saint Peter’s 69-49 in the Elite Eight to set up a Final Four showdown with Duke in the NCAA tournament.

Ochai Agbaji, David McCormack and Christian Braun powered a dazzling second half for Kansas in a 76-50 NCAA tournament win over Miami.

Saint Peter’s is trying to pull off the seemingly impossible and make the Final Four as a No. 15 seed. Overcoming challenges is not new for the Peacocks.

A look into how Saint Peter’s shocked the sports world by becoming the first No. 15 seed to advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament.

UCLA can’t hold on to the lead after North Carolina embarks on a late 12-2 run on the way to a 73-66 win in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.

This is the first year Arizona fans can legally bet at sportsbooks on NCAA tournament games, offering a look at what could be next in California.

No. 15 seed Saint Peter’s defeated Purdue 67-64 on Friday to continue its stunning NCAA tournament run, while top-seeded Kansas beat Providence.

This special UCLA team, who made a run to the Final Four last year, hopes to give it another deep run before the separation.

UCLA could not have hoped for more help than they got when Gonzaga and Arizona were upset in the Sweet 16. The Bruins face North Carolina tonight.

If Jaime Jaquez Jr. cannot play in UCLA’s NCAA tournament Sweet 16 game against North Carolina, Bruins coach Mick Cronin has multiple strong options.

UCLA star Jaime Jaquez Jr. hails from a competitive Mexican-American family that explains how he manages to push through injuries to play.

UCLA basketball star Jaime Jaquez Jr. and his siblings, Gabriela and Marcos, signed a deal with Tricolor Holdings to use their name, image and likeness for marketing purposes.

UCLA is back in the Sweet 16 of NCAA men’s basketball tournament, keeping its March Madness run alive in a 72-56 victory over St. Mary’s.

UCLA faces adversity after Jaime Jaquez Jr.’s ankle injury in Saturday’s second-round win over St. Mary’s, but don’t count out Jaquez or the Bruins.

Duke survived some tense moments in the closing minutes against Michigan State and extended coach Mike Krzyzewski’s final NCAA tournament run.

No. 8 seed North Carolina blew a big lead against No. 1 seed Baylor before prevailing, and No. 15 seed St. Peter’s also won to reach the Sweet 16.

No. 5 seed St. Mary’s routed Indiana in its NCAA tournament opener and will bring an impressive resume into Saturday’s game against No. 4 seed UCLA.

After rallying from a double-digit deficit, seventh-seeded USC is unable to overcome a late surge by No. 10 Miami in a 68-66 NCAA tournament loss.

The confident and adversity-defeating Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball team sees its season end in a 78-61 loss to Duke in the NCAA tournament.

Alabama superfan Luke Ratliff, a.k.a. Fluff, forged deep bonds while supporting his team. COVID-19 silenced his cheers, but his memory lives on.

Here’s a roundup of Friday’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament first-round games.

USC coach Andy Enfield has the numbers to prove why the Trojans are more than just a tournament sleeper. His players believe USC deserves more respect.

UCLA mounted a comeback late to defeat Akron 57-53 on Thursday to advance to Saturday’s second round of the NCAA tournament.

UCLA avoided an ugly tradition, just barely, when the Bruins came back to beat Akron on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Friday’s first-round games of the NCAA tournament could provide more potential upsets and unique matchups.

Here are the five biggest surprises from a perfectly wild day one of 2022 March Madness.

Times college sports writer J. Brady McCollough makes his picks and predictions for every game in the 2022 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

Here’s a roundup of Thursday’s first-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games.

College writers Ben Bolch, Ryan Kartje, J. Brady McCollough and Thuc Nhi Nguyen discuss USC and UCLA’s NCAA tournament keys to success and more.

UCLA has won eight of their last 10 games to revive their standing as a fashionable pick to get back to the Final Four in the NCAA tournament.

The UCLA Bruins enter the NCAA tournament battle tested after coping with an emergency flight landing, injuries, a COVID shutdown and other hurdles.

USC’s Chevez Goodwin ‘can’t wait to feel the humidity’ when he returns to South Carolina for the Trojans’ first-round game in the NCAA tournament.

This March might be more madness than magic for UCLA and USC, who face tough roads to the Final Four in the Big Easy. Both teams must overcome some stiff competition in their regions to reach the Sweet 16 and beyond.

UCLA received a No. 4 seed and will start its push to return to the Final Four in Portland while USC is a No. 7 seed and Cal State Fullerton is No. 15.

Texas Tech edged UCLA for a higher seeding in the NCAA tournament’s East Region. The Bruins begin a new March Madness run Thursday against Akron.

USC posted 26 wins this season, but the Trojans’ inconsistent play down the stretch means they’re playing inconsistent Miami team in the NCAA tournament.

A first look at the NCAA tournament bracket and breaking down UCLA and USC’s first-round opponents.

South Carolina, Louisville, Stanford and NC State earned the No. 1 seeds in an expanded NCAA tournament women’s field revealed on Sunday.

Cal State Fullerton has defied expectations in advancing to March Madness for the first time in five years, but can the Titans upset Duke?

NCAA tournament betting lines can be difficult to determine, and here are five games that have some early odds heading into Tuesday’s First Four.

Mike Krzyzewski’s final home game at Duke was a loss, but that won’t tarnish his place among John Wooden and college basketball’s all-time greats.

Here’s the full bracket for the men’s NCAA tournament, which starts on Tuesday with the First Four games. The first round tips off Thursday.

Nearly two-thirds of NCAA men’s basketball champions have been a top-three seed. But one program has given reason for Cinderellas to dream big.

The UCLA Bruins have won more NCAA men’s basketball championships than any other school. But it’s been awhile.

A WNIT trip wasn’t what UCLA envisioned entering the season, but the Bruins will make the most of it when they open play Friday against UC Irvine.

March Madness is famously about little schools dreaming big, but championship odds are squarely on the side of No. 1 seeds.

How likely are No. 16 seeds Georgia State, Wright State, Bryant, Texas Southern, Texas A&M-CC or Norfolk State to make NCAA tournament history? Not likely, not impossible.

UCLA led by double digits early on the second half before an Arizona scoring surge doomed the Bruins’ hopes of a Pac-12 tournament title in an 84-76 loss.