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The early rounds of the 2021 NCAA men’s basketball tournament earned the name March Madness with a whirlwind of upsets and surprises. After a flurry of additional shocks in the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight, the men’s college basketball season heads towards its last weekend with the Final Four on Saturday.
The first matchup will feature two top teams when the Midwest region’s No. 2 Houston takes on Baylor, the South region’s top seed. The second game stars this year’s Cinderella team, UCLA — a winner in the tourney’s First Four play-in games — taking on the overall No. 1 ranked Gonzaga. The Zags are not only undefeated this season, but they’ve won their last 27 games by double digits (an NCAA Division I record).
Thank you for your patience. Gonzaga reached the national title game because its All-American freshman hit a legendary shot. After UCLA’s Johnny Juzang hit a game-tying layup with 3.3 seconds to play in overtime, Suggs banked in a 35-footer at the buzzer for a soon-to-be iconic 93-90 victory.
Baylor had a far less dramatic finish, building a 25-point halftime lead and smacking Houston 78-59. And after the regular-season showdown couldn’t be played, the Bears will finally get their crack at the wire-to-wire No. 1 team.
Several key matchups and statistical battles will help determine the 2021 champion. Bleacher Report’s college basketball crew identified the biggest storylines and picked which team has the edge.
No. 1 Baylor (26-2) meets No. 2 Houston (28-3) in the first national semifinal at 5:14 p.m. The Bears are making their third Final Four appearance and are looking to make the championship game for the first time since 1948. The Cougars are back in the Final Four for the first time since the 1980s Phi Slama Jama heyday. This matchup of former Southwest Conference rivals should be heated.
That is the table-setter for second matchup between No. 1 Gonzaga (30-0) and No. 11 UCLA (22-9) in the second semifinal at 8:34 p.m. The Bulldogs are trying to finish off the first undefeated season since Indiana in 1975-76. The Bruins made their run from the First Four and are trying to add a 12th national championship to their collection.