Former college athletes sued the game maker, accusing it of using their likenesses without their permission.
A little something for everyone: puzzle-solving Minions, the college gridiron, aircraft-carrier gridlock, and a third-person shooter...in space!
Student sets up a Facebook page to encourage high school prospect John Wall to come to N.C. State. In return for his initiative he gets a cease-and-desist letter.
Copy the Google Docs and Spreadsheets version of the 2009 NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets, and let friends and co-workers make their selections online.
The video-sharing site is among those streaming video, but the companies involved didn't promote the relationship much. Why the big secret?
EA's simulation did so well in the Superbowl that you might as well follow its predictions for March Madness, which starts in earnest Thursday.
A clean design and links to live streams highlight this useful online schedule for the NCAA basketball tournament.
Use Google's prefab brackets spreadsheet, or create one of your own from scratch at the free Google Docs service.
In a move already drawing harsh criticism, the NCAA is setting strict limits on how often bloggers at college sports events can post updates from championship games.
A news blogger is told to leave a college baseball playoff game for posting during the game.