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2011 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed Butler, facing #11 seed Virginia Commonwealth.

1985 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed Villanova, defeated #1 Georgetown to win the National Championship.

1980 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed UCLA, lost to #2 Louisville in the National Championship game.

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