Florida Gulf Coast University is the official Cinderella of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. The first 15-seed to ever advance to the Sweet 16, FGCU has captured our hearts with an exciting brand of basketball and some colorful

March Madness has been a cultural fixture for years, but it may be that we've not yet figured out exactly how best to tell its stories. In this middle ground, the coaches are the safest storytelling bet: as professional adults, they

Buzzy coach who will probably get a call from USC and Minnesota – at a minimum – is selling his house in the middle of the NCAA tourney.

PHILADELPHIA – When he arrived on campus at Florida Gulf Coast University three years ago, Chase Fieler had kind of an embarrassing problem. He couldn't dunk off two feet. In fact, he could hardly jump off one. Yes, this is the same Chase Fieler who

(CNN) — Andy Enfield would be on the phone talking with a recruit's parents. The new head coach wouldn't be explaining what offense his team ran or how much playing time was available. He'd have to explain where exactly Florida Gulf Coast University