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» Sally Jenkins: While Roy Hibbert played well, Ohio State's Greg Oden just came up a little bit larger to lead the Buckeyes past the Hoyas.
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» Thomas Boswell: In their first trip to the Final Four, the Georgetown Hoyas showed stage fright, but if they all return they should be better prepared come next year.
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» Mike Wise: Georgetown has far less star power overall than the other three Final Four teams, but the Hoyas are a selfless team solely focused on winning the title.
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» Michael Wilbon: John Thompson Jr.'s past fights for equality and social justice have allowed his son, John Thompson III, to simply coach his team a generation later.
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» Kenneth Ikenberry: Georgetown's success has its roots in what John Thompson Jr. learned, and lived with, at a Catholic high school in Northeast Washington.
» Tony Kornheiser: Looking into his crystal ball, does he see any upsets? Go with the chalk? Find out who he has winning it all and what he has to say about it.
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