It’s Madness, baby

North Carolina edged Michigan State, 59-56.

Ohio State ousted Maine, 80-57.

Middle Tennessee came back to stun Louisville, 71-69.

South Carolina routed Presbyterian, 91-39.

Duke rallied to overcome Richmond, 72-61.

Virginia Tech handled Marshall, 92-49.

LSU topped Rice, 70-60.

Alabama took out Florida State, 82-74.

Texas hammered Drexel, 82-42.

Kansas State held off Portland, 78-65.

Baylor ran past Vanderbilt, 80-63.

Colorado overpowered Drake, 86-72.

Oregon State made work of Eastern Washington, 73-51.

Completing the second-largest comeback in tournament history, Iowa State defeated Maryland, 93-86. Audi Crooks had a career-high 40 points for the Cyclones.

Stanford beat Norfolk State, 79-50.

Nebraska outlasted Texas A&M, 61-59.

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

How the Gamecocks adapted without two starters in the first round.

Indiana will need to slow Fairfield’s roadrunners to prevent an upset.

Depth-strained Notre Dame talks game strategy.

UNLV aims to end a long NCAA tournament drought.

College player news:

Mackenzie Holmes is back at full strength for the Hoosiers tomorrow.

How Jaylyn Sherrod put the Buffs back on the map with her tenacity.

Rebels point guard Kiara Jackson is filling big shoes.

College coach news:

Geno Auriemma is proud of Shea Ralph.

Former Irish great Megan Duffy returns as Marquette’s coach.

Don’t worry, UNLV fans – Lindy La Rocque has no plans to leave.

Mercer has hired Michelle Clark-Heard as their new head coach.

The game:

Women’s basketball is faster than it’s ever been, and records are falling.