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Final 4 Preview - Gonzaga vs. South Carolina

 

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Final 4 Preview - Gonzaga vs. South Carolina

CINDERELLA TAKES THE DANCE FLOOR FIRST WHEN SOUTH CAROLINA PLAYS GONZAGA SATURDAY

This was supposed to be the game where Gonzaga (or Arizona) played Villanova...or Duke...or maybe a darkhorse like SMU. There's a darkhorse alright...but a darkhorse that's the hottest team in the tournament!

South Carolina is the only team in the Final Four that hasn't had to sweat a tight ending. They beat Marquette by 20, Duke by 7, Baylor by 20, and Florida by 7. Watch out Gonzaga...bad news if that pattern holds!

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A First Look at the Final Four

 

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NCAA TOURNAMENT REPORT

Hold on, you say, someone you know actually nailed this NCAA Tournament Final Four on the head ... yeah, right!

It's more like you probably are sporting a bracket sheet without a single Final Four team still alive (hey, we had Duke, Arizona, Kansas and Kentucky and even that rather-chalky quartet all fell short of the promised land in Glendale!) but that's okay because there's still plenty to look forward to this weekend when getting ready for Saturday's Final Four showdowns between South Carolina versus Gonzaga and Oregon versus North Carolina ... and remember we'll be giving up all the "411" on all four teams all week long right here, so make sure you're along for the ride.


THE NCAA TOURNAMENT'S FINAL FOUR

Here's some quick-hitter looks at the Final Four teams as we point towards Saturday afternoon/evening:

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Heels head to Final Four on Maye's last-second hoop

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- In 1992, Duke's Christian Laettner ended arguably the best game in NCAA Tournament history with a buzzer-beater that handed Kentucky a heartbreaking loss in the East Regional championship game.

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Gobert guides Jazz to season sweep of Pelicans

SALT LAKE CITY -- A lack of fire and energy became enough of a problem in recent losses to cause Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert to publicly question the competitiveness of his teammates. They answered the criticism in the best way possible.

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