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For years, the NCAA Final Four has been a source of buzzer-beaters, upsets, Cinderella stories and unlikely heroes. Take a look back at the last 11 years of the Final Four. Final Four Memories
Facts and Figures
  • Complete Championship Results
  • Team Title Game Records
  • Individual Title Game Records
  • All-Tournament Teams
  • Most Outstanding Players List
  • Cumulative Team Totals

  • 1997
    Final Four: Kentucky 78, Minnesota 69 | Arizona 66, North Carolina 58
    Championship Game: Arizona 84, Kentucky 79 (Overtime)
    Five Best Games of 1997 Tournament

    1996
    Syracuse 77, Miss. St. 69
    Kentucky 81, U-Mass. 74
    Final:
    Kentucky 76, Syracuse 67
    1995
    Arkansas 75, UNC 68
    UCLA 74, Okla. St. 61
    Final:
    UCLA 89, Arkansas 78
    1994
    Arkansas 91, Arizona 82
    Duke 70, Florida 65
    Final:
    Arkansas 76, Duke 72
    1993
    Mich. 81, Kentucky 78 (ot)
    UNC 78, Kansas 68
    Final:
    UNC 77, Michigan 71
    1992
    Mich. 76, Cincinnati 72
    Duke 81, Indiana 78
    Final:
    Duke 71, Michigan 51
    1996 Final Four
    Local Schools in the Final Four
    After Heartbreak, Hoyas Win
    After losing to North Carolina, 63-62, on a crucial turnover in the 1982 NCAA title game, Georgetown rebounded by defeating Houston, 84-75, in 1984.
    1991
    Duke 79, UNLV 77
    Kansas 79, UNC 73
    Final:
    Duke 72, Kansas 65
    1990
    UNLV 90, Ga. Tech 81
    Duke 97, Arkansas 83
    Final:
    UNLV 103, Duke 73
    1989
    Mich. 83, Illinois 81
    S. Hall 95, Duke 78
    Final:
    Mich. 80, S. Hall 79 (ot)
    1988
    Kansas 66, Duke 59
    Oklahoma 86, Arizona 78
    Final:
    Kansas 83, Oklahoma 79
    1987
    Indiana 97, UNLV 93
    Syr. 77, Providence 63
    Final:
    Indiana 74, Syracuse 73

    1998 NCAA Men's Tournament | College Basketball Section

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