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Through 2013, 10 times a school has had its teams advance to the Final Four in NCAA men's and women's Basketball in the same season. The NCAA sponsored a women's tournament for the first time in 1982, and Georgia was the first school to accomplish this feat in 1983. It would not happen again for 16 years, until Duke sent both of its teams to the Final Four in 1999.

The other schools to achieve this are Oklahoma (2002), Texas (2003), Connecticut (2004, 2009 and 2011), Michigan State (2005), Louisiana State (2006) and Louisville (2013). Only Connecticut has won both championships in the same season (2004).

Q: How many times have the mens and womens teams from the same school made it to the final game of the NCAA tournament?

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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.

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A final requires just 2 teams A semifinal requires 4 teams (the 2 wining trams make it to the final) A quarter final must deliver 4 teams to compete in the semi final and thus there need to be 8 teams competing - no more, no less. This is true for ALL "finals" of two team sports, no matter how large the competition.

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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.

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There is a play-in game for the teams ranked 64 and 65 to determine the final spot in the tournament

There are 94 countries commencing the knockout stages with 4 pools of 5 teams in the final tournament (20 teams in total)