it was the jayhawks vs duke jayhawks won
then Oklahoma vs ( sorry i don't know) but Oklahoma won
in chapionship jayhawks and Oklahoma and jayhawks won against impossible odds
because ou was averging 103 points just youtube kansas jayhawks 1988 click on 1st video for more info
For the first time in NCAA history, all number one seeds advanced to the Final Four: * Kansas * Memphis * UCLA * North Carolina
Conneticut , Michigan State, North Carolina and Villanova
The "Final Four" are the four teams that win the regional championships in the NCAA basketball tournament, thus becoming the final four teams in the tournament.
The Final Four are the last standing teams of March Madness in either NBA or NCAA basketball. There are two final games involving the Final Four, two games involving two of the Final Four teams. The two teams that win each of the Final Four games move on to the National Championship, the final game of the season (for NCAA).
By making to the last four teams in the NCAA March Madness tournament
North Carolina Kansas UCLA Memphis
In 2007, LSU were the BCS National Champions in NCAA Division I FBS football for that respective season. In basketball, Florida won the Final Four for the championship. Oregon State won the College World Series.
North Carolina, Connecticut, Villinova, and Michigan State
Bob Bender was on the 1976 NCAA champs at Indiana and then with Duke in the 1978 final when they lost to Kentucky.
No, they all are still ranked as they originally seeded in their division.
The NCAA Final Four was played in Denver in 1990.
North Carolina has had the most Final Four teams, with UNC going to 18 Final Fours, Duke 15, and NC State 2, for a total of 35 teams.