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Dante's tenth circle of hell is a Duke-Kentucky title game.
Sunday, March 29, 2015 6:35 PM

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So Michigan St is going to the Final Four by beating the same 2 higher-seeded teams UNC beat in making the ACCT finals. -_____-
Sunday, March 29, 2015 6:05 PM

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Gahagan drives in 4 & Moss gets his 4th win as the @DiamondHeels top Miami in the series finale, 10-3. Highlights: http://t.co/Hjgy01RyNS
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Today In UNC History
March 29, 1982
Final Four MVP James Worthy scores a game-high 28 points and Michael Jordan hits the game-winning shot from the left wing with 17 seconds to play as Carolina beats Georgetown, 63-62, in one of the Final Four’s greatest championship games ever played. Worthy makes 13 of 17 shots from the floor and has three steals, including one at the end of the game that seals the victory. Jordan scores 16, and the win gives Dean Smith his first of two NCAA championships.

March 29, 2008
Tyler Hansbrough has 28 points and 13 rebounds and is named East Regional MVP as UNC beats Louisville to reach its 17th NCAA Final Four.

March 29, 2009
Ty Lawson, the 2009 Bob Cousy Award winner, scores 21 points and earns South Regional MVP honors as No. 1 seed UNC beats No. 2 seed Oklahoma, 72-60, in Memphis, Tenn., to send the Tar Heels to their record 18th Final Four.

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Bill Self, Roy Williams, and the Eerily Reminiscent 12th Year Kansas Crossroads

Fans, drivers weigh in on Martinsville Speedway's new hot dogs

Hot Rod Hundley dies at 80: Legendary scorer, court jester, NBA broadcaster

Source: Texas officials will release men’s basketball coach Rick Barnes

Unusual last-second foul call wreaks havoc on Duke-Utah betting action

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