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2018 Final Four Is Set: Kansas to Join Villanova, Michigan and Loyola-Chicago in San Antonio

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2018 Final Four Is Set: Kansas to Join Villanova, Michigan and Loyola-Chicago in San Antonio

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Kansas punched the final remaining ticket to the Final Four by outlasting Duke 85-81 in overtime on Sunday in the finals of the Midwest Regionals. The Jayhawks will join VillanovaMichigan and Loyola-Chicago in San Antonio in next week’s national semifinals of the NCAA Tournament.

The Ramblers will face the Wolverines in the first game Saturday at the Alamodome at 6:09 p.m. ET, followed by the Jayhawks against the Wildcats.

Villanova defeated Texas Tech 71-59  on Sunday in the East Regional finals on Sunday to advance to its second Final Four in the last two years.

Loyola-Chicago won the South Regional and Michigan won the West Regional on Saturday.

Final Four

Loyola-Chicago vs. Michigan

  • When: Saturday at 6:09 p.m.
  • Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
  • TV: TBS  (Loyola TeamCast on truTV, Michigan TeamCast on TNT)

Villanova vs. Kansas

  • When: Saturday at 8:49 p.m.
  • Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
  • TV: TBS  (Villanova TeamCast on truTV, Kansas TeamCast on TNT)
  • StreamingMarch Madness Live

National Championship

  • When: Monday, April 2 at 9:20 p.m.
  • Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
  • TV: TBS
  • StreamingMarch Madness Live
2018 Final Four
No. 1 seed in East RegionalVillanova has yet to win by fewer than 12 points in the NCAA Tournament, its latest dominant performance coming Sunday with a convincing 71-59 defeat of Texas Tech. The Wildcats are making their second Final Four appearance in three seasons, and are two wins away from winning a second title in that same span.
No. 1 seed in Midwest RegionalKansas faced a challenging road to San Antonio but proved its championship mettle by ousting No. 2 seed Duke in the Elite Eight in an overtime thriller. The Jayhawks are seeking a national championship ten years removed from their last under Bill Self — and ironically, it will take place at the Alamodome in San Antonio, where Self cut down the nets a decade ago.
No. 3 seed in West RegionalThe Michigan Wolverines made NCAA Tournament life difficult on themselves early, winning their first two by rather uncomfortably close margins. But since, the Wolverines have flipped a switch and put their top-5 defense to the test, holding Texas A&M and Florida State to a combined 126 points en route to its first Final Four since 2013.
No. 11 seed in South RegionalMeet your Cinderella, folks. Loyola-Chicago, the No. 11 seed in the South Region, won its first three games by a combined four points in the NCAA Tournament before punching its Final Four ticket with a 78-62 victory over Kansas State. It’s the first time the Ramblers will be in the Final Four since 1963.

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