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Monday sports blog: The Final Four

The games and dates are set. Make sure to secure your tickets, because the Final Four is headed to Indianapolis, Ind.

History will be made Saturday, April 4: Kentucky could become the first team since the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers to go undefeated.

In the rest of the bracket, can Michigan State win it as a seventh seed?

Could Duke and Coach K win yet another title?

Will Wisconsin win a title for the first time since 1941?

As far as matchups go, Kentucky will face Wisconsin, and Michigan State will take on Duke in the Final Four.

Kentucky advanced to the Final Four with a narrow two-point victory over Notre Dame in a game that was worth watching from tip-off to the end, their narrowest win of the season.

Michigan State won in overtime against Louisville in a game that went back and forth from start to finish.

Wisconsin took on Arizona and didn’t have much of a problem beating them by seven, while Duke toppled Gonzaga by 14.

If these two games are anything like the NCAA Tournament has been thus far, we are in for a treat.

All four teams remaining are hungry for a title, but who wants it most?

With all four teams playing the way they have been, I am picking the Wisconsin Badgers over the Kentucky Wildcats and the Duke Blue Devils over the Michigan State Spartans.

These teams also have a week to practice, rest and view game tape, so we never know what will happen. That’s what March Madness is for, right?

Will Kentucky be able to keep the perfect season alive, or will Wisconsin pounce on Kentucky’s streak?

Will Michigan State be able to keep up their hot streak and beat Duke, or will Coack K do it all again?

We’ll all see when the NCAA Tournament resumes Saturday, April 4.

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