Final Four Bound: Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio State, or Louisville, Who wins it all in Big Easy?





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Published on Mar 25, 2012

It takes 67 games to complete the NCAA Tournament. We now have just 3 left. The field has been whittled down from 68 to 4, and as we zero in on New Orleans, site of the 2012 Final Four, a quadrant of programs steep in tradition remain: 1. Kentucky, 2. Kansas, 2. Ohio State, and 4. Louisville.

It's a far cry from last season, which featured the strange sight of 8. Butler vs 11. VCU in one of the two National semifinals (UConn-Kentucky was the other matchup).

While this year didn't quite go 'chalk' (it rarely does, just ask 2008), it does feature a foursome of teams that were in the AP Top 15 to start the season, and top 20 to end it. Louisville is the most surprising of the bunch considering how they were playing before their impressive Big East tourney run (aka: not good), but they can beat anyone in the country. Kentucky has shown that their youth will not be their undoing (they're playing way beyond their years), Kansas has shown a penchant for playing well when they've had to (12-0 run to knock out UNC in a terrific game), and Ohio State was expected to be here 'last year' before falling short (hence the return of Jared Sullinger).

So, we ask you, who will win it all? What game are you most looking forward to this coming weekend and how many Final Four teams did you have right in your bracket (Kansas, Kentucky)?


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