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Postby Bearcat77 » Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:16 am

Uh, sooooo how are U doing in your 2016 NCAA pool ? :-? ?

Just wondering how your personal 2016 NCAA bracket is coming along ? :-q ?

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Postby Bearcat77 » Fri Mar 25, 2016 11:45 am

crickets...so not any 2A players ??

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Postby Cottontop » Sat Mar 26, 2016 5:38 am

Sorry Bearcat. Don't know enough about college basketball teams to fill out a bracket so to me it's a waste of time.

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Postby Bearcat77 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:24 pm

Elite 8......SCORE
#2 Villanova 64-59 #1 Kansas

just knocked

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Postby Bearcat77 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:47 am

Elite 8......SCORE
#10 Syracuse 68-62 #1 Virginia

just knocked

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Postby Windthorstfan » Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:55 am

I have my National Champion still alive but would rather see 2 of the other 3 teams win!!!

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Postby Bearcat77 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:37 pm

...Final Four...
The 2016 NCAA Tournament Final Four will begin on Saturday, April 2 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Tip-off for the first national semifinal game is scheduled for 5:09 CT.
The second semifinal game is scheduled to start 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.

#2 Oklahoma-vs-#2 Villanova
#1 North Carolina-vs-#10 Syracuse

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Postby Bearcat77 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:19 pm

Windthorstfan wrote:I have my National Champion still alive but would rather see 2 of the other 3 teams win!!!
..uh why ? :-? ?

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Postby Windthorstfan » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:55 pm

Because I don't like UNC but picked them to win since I was try to pick with my head and not my heart. Can't stand Syracuse either for that matter. Nova has burned me in the past but it would be nice to see someone different. Wouldn't OU winning either just to see my Texas friends have a melt down!!!

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Postby Bearcat77 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:11 pm

Windthorstfan wrote:Because I don't like UNC but picked them to win since I was try to pick with my head and not my heart. Can't stand Syracuse either for that matter. Nova has burned me in the past but it would be nice to see someone different. Wouldn't OU winning either just to see my Texas friends have a melt down!!!
..ah I see your thinking now--indeed. Speaking of Oklahoma, we Texans LUV Oklahoma, why if it was not for Oklahoma, Texas would slide off into the Gulf, don't U know ? :-? ?

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Postby Bearcat77 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 8:52 am

...Final Four...
The 2016 NCAA Tournament Final Four will begin on Saturday, April 2 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Tip-off for the first national semifinal game is scheduled for 5:09 CT.
The second semifinal game is scheduled to start 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.

#2 Oklahoma-vs-#2 Villanova
#1 North Carolina-vs-#10 Syracuse

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Postby Bearcat77 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 8:54 am

#1 North Carolina-vs-#10 Syracuse | approx. 7:49 p.m. | TBS |

North Carolina-vs-Syracuse.

Frankly, the Tar Heels appear unguardable right now.

The ACC regular season and tournament champions routinely put five players in double figures scoring. They have a low turnover rate, dominate the offensive backboard to create second chance opportunities and convert 54 percent of 2-point shots (20th in the nation).

UNC just frightened college basketball fans from across the Hoosier State in Philadelphia last weekend, scoring 1.42 points per possession against Indiana and 1.54 (!) against Notre Dame. The 3-point problem that lingered most of the season (285th in nation) appears solved as well. UNC hit 15-of-33 from deep in Philly, and most importantly, Marcus Paige was 8-of-15.

So far in the 2016 NCAA tournament, UNC has played solid defense in stretches, when necessary, to create a cushion. It has won all four tournament games by double-digit margins, nine games in a row overall, silencing critics or analysts who questioned the team’s toughness and defensive intensity.

Syracuse, on the other hand, is the Houston guest no one expected.

The Orange started 0-4 in the ACC and had to sweat it out Selection Sunday. It has as many losses as North Carolina and Oklahoma combined. Syracuse caught a break when Michigan State, the No. 2 seed in the Midwest, was upset in the first round, and used late comebacks to shock Gonzaga and Virginia in the regional semifinal and final.

While UNC goes nine or 10 players deep with ease, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim’s rotation stops at seven. He used five players for at least 32 minutes in the six-point win over the Cavaliers.

The Orange has the requisite length and athleticism to cause problems out of its trademark 2-3 zone, although defensive rebounding can be an issue (337th in the nation).

Syracuse is 16th in defensive efficiency and just held the top-25 offenses of Gonzaga and Virginia to less than one point per possession.

Worth watching: Will Syracuse freshman Tyler Lydon take a stab at slowing down Brice Johnson? Not many defenders have had much luck lately as the smooth and bouncy 6-10 Johnson has been a shot-making machine. Over the last five games he’s hit 65 percent and produced three consecutive double-doubles. Lydon, a 6-8 center, blocked 11 shots in 61 minutes in Philadelphia, protecting the rim late to help seal each Orange victory. Expecting the same success against a wily senior like Johnson might be unrealistic, but it’s probably Syracuse’s best shot at success. Johnson was 13-of-21 in the two regular season meetings."


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Postby Bearcat77 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 8:58 am

Saturday, April 2
#2 Oklahoma-vs-#2 Villanova | 5:09 p.m.CENTRAL | TBS

"These teams are similar. Both revolve around a strong core of perimeter players who embrace the long range shot while also possessing sufficient frontcourt firepower.

Oklahoma is top 15 on both ends of the court in adjusted efficiency and second in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage (42.8).

The Sooners have an iconic guard in 6-4 senior Buddy Hield, who received a salute from his hero Kobe Bryant during a tournament-best 37 point outburst in the 80-68 West Regional final victory over Oregon. In the second round, Hield scored 36 in a four-point win over VCU.

Oklahoma has been tested, going 12-6 against the KenPom Top 50 and has three seniors and a junior who have made 104 consecutive starts.

After subpar shooting during the regular season, Villanova is scalding the nets in the tournament. It is 37-of-80 (46 percent) beyond-the-arc during four games, and that includes a 4-of-18 clunker in the South Regional final defeat of No. 1 overall seed Kansas.

That performance revealed Villanova’s balance. The Wildcats are third in the nation in 2-point field goal percentage (56.3) and second in free throw percentage (78.4). So while 43 percent of its field goal attempts are launched from long range, Villanova can score in a variety of ways and generates 1.15 points per trip (12th in the nation).

Essentially, five Wildcats average double figures scoring - freshman guard Jalen Brunson scores 9.8 ppg.

Worth watching: Will Villanova’s Josh Hart guard Hield? And is it fair to expect one man to handle the assignment? At 6-5, Hart has a slight height advantage over college basketball’s most lethal scorer. He also possesses the strength and toughness to pester Hield, who committed 11 turnovers in the Sooners’ NCAA wins over Texas A&M and Oregon. Hield is talented enough to score his average of 26 against solid defense and backcourt mates Isaiah Cousins and Jordan Woodard offer ample reinforcement."



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Postby Bearcat77 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 7:26 pm

needed #2 Oklahoma to LOSE and boy did #2 Villanova helped 95 -51! :-bd !

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Postby Bearcat77 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 7:28 pm

...Final Four...SCORE
The 2016 NCAA Tournament Final Four will begin on Saturday, April 2 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas..

#2 Oklahoma 51-95 #2 Villanova

#1 North Carolina-vs-#10 Syracuse
The second semifinal game is scheduled to start 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.


Monday 8:19 CT on TBS..
#2 Villanova-vs- ??

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Postby Bearcat77 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:54 pm

...Final Four...SCORE
#1 North Carolina 83-66 #10 Syracuse

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Postby Bearcat77 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:59 pm

...Final Four...SCORES

#2 Oklahoma 51-95 #2 Villanova

#1 North Carolina 83-66 #10 Syracuse




#1 North Carolina-vs-#2 Villanova.

The 2016 NCAA Tournament Championship will be Monday 8:19 CT on TBS at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas..


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Postby Bearcat77 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:32 am

Bearcat77 wrote:...Final Four...SCORE
#1 North Carolina 83-66 #10 Syracuse




No. 1 seed North Carolina ends Syracuse's run 83-66.
Dan Wolken, USA TODAY Sports.

HOUSTON—"When you’re as good as North Carolina, you don’t need to make many three-pointers to beat a zone defense. For the Tar Heels in Saturday’s national semifinals, the exact number was two.

Though timely threes by Marcus Paige and Theo Pinson on consecutive possessions inside the 10-minute mark stalled any chance of a Syracuse comeback, North Carolina is headed to an NCAA championship game clash with Villanova because of its shifty point guard who can make magic in tight quarters its bevy of tall people who can hit 15-footers and a defense that might be its best ever under Roy Williams.

And now, after beating surprising No. 10 seed Syracuse 83-66 at NRG Stadium, Williams will have a chance Monday to win his third national title and the school’s sixth overall.

Though they missed their first 13 from three-point range, the Tar Heels only seemed like they might be in trouble for a brief moment in the second half. Their 16-point lead had been cut to 57-50 with a little less than 10 minutes remaining after a five-point burst by freshman Malachi Richardson, bringing back memories of Syracuse’s shocking comebacks over Gonzaga and Virginia to reach the Final Four.

But when they needed it most, the Tar Heels started hitting, quickly pushing the lead back to 65-53. That complemented a performance in which North Carolina scored 50 points in the paint, shot 54% overall and outscored the Orange 12-4 on the fast break.

"They always have an inside presence regardless of who it is at all times with their teams and when they’re knocking down the three, as well, it’s kind of unguardable at the college level," Syracuse leading scorer Michael Gbinije said.

In the end, this was the Tar Heels’ most commanding victory over Syracuse, which took them to the wire twice during the Atlantic Coast Conference season. And it sets up what should be a terrific final, as both teams appear to be at the peak of their powers. North Carolina has barely been tested on its way to the final, winning five games by an average of 16.2 points.

It seemed like the game might be closer than that early as Syracuse got the pace it wanted for the first 10 minutes.

But whatever opportunity that should have given the Orange never materialized as Gbinije struggled badly, the shot selection deteriorated against North Carolina’s tough interior defense and the Tar Heels eventually worked the ball into the middle for easier looks.

Even with senior Brice Johnson on the bench for the final nine minutes of the half, North Carolina used a 9-0 run to create some separation and finally got the game going at a faster tempo. Though the Tar Heels went 0-for-10 from the 3-point line in the first half, they made 17-for-25 inside the arc and went to halftime with a 39-28 lead.

Last week in Chicago, Boeheim said the Orange weren’t good enough to overcome a bad game by Gbinije, who averages 17.6 points. That looked prophetic, as Gbinije went 5-for-18 and Syracuse’s offense never got in a rhythm as a result.

North Carolina was not built to be reliant on one player and got a balanced effort with four players in double-figures, led by Johnson’s 16 points and nine rebounds."


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Postby Bearcat77 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:39 am

http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/mens-ba ... /boxscore/

NCAA TOURNAMENT: FINAL FOUR
(33-6) #1 North Carolina Tar Heels 83-66 #10 Syracuse Orange (23-14)
Saturday, April 2
NRG Stadium
Attendance: 75,505


LEADERS
.................Syracuse...North Carolina
POINTS
Cooney--22 pts 50 fg%..Johnson-16 pts 55 fg% 67 ft%

REBOUNDS
Roberson-9 reb..Johnson--9 reb

ASSISTS
Gbinije--2 ast..Berry II-10 ast



.............Final..1-2..Score..
Syracuse---------28-38=66
North Carolina--39-44=83

HEAD TO HEAD
............Syracuse--North Carolina
Field Goal % 40.91..53.85
3PT Field Goal % 32..23.53
Free Throw % 30.77..81.82
Assists...............5..18
Blocks...............4..5
Steals...............8..6
Turnovers.........10..12
Fouls..............15..12



Player Stats
SYR..MIN-PTS-REB-AST-STL-BLK
T. Cooney 39 22 5 1 3 0
M. Gbinije 37 12 3 2 0 0
M. Richardson 37 17 5 1 1 0
T. Roberson 33 2 9 0 0 0
D. Coleman 19 5 4 1 1 2
T. Lydon 30 8 5 0 3 2
F. Howard 5 0 0 0 0 0
Total - 66 31 5 8 4


UNC..MIN-PTS-REB-AST-STL-BLK
J. Berry II 34 8 7 10 1 0
M. Paige 34 13 2 3 1 1
B. Johnson 28 16 9 1 0 1
J. Jackson 28 16 3 2 1 0
K. Meeks 27 15 8 1 2 2
I. Hicks 16 6 4 0 1 1
T. Pinson 13 5 5 1 0 0
N. Britt 9 0 2 0 0 0
J. James 6 4 3 0 0 0
K. Coker 1 0 0 0 0 0
K. Williams 1 0 0 0 0 0
S. Dalton 1 0 0 0 0 0
S. White 1 0 0 0 0 0
T. Egbuna 1 0 0 0 0 0
L. Maye 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total - 83 43 18 6 5

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Postby Bearcat77 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:42 am

Bearcat77 wrote:...Final Four...SCORE
#2 Oklahoma 51-95 #2 Villanova



Oklahoma Gets Blown Out By Villanova, 95-51.
By Eddie Scott.

"If so, you're in luck.

North Carolina cruised to an 83-66 victory against Syracuse in the second game of a Final Four that was sort of a flop. North Carolina has struggled this season at 32.1 percent while Syracuse shot 36.1 percent. Villanova shredded the Final Four's headliner thereon and ripped the net cords for good measure, hitting 71.4% of its field goals to win, 95-51, and advance to the NCAA title game Monday night at NRG Stadium.

Kris Jenkins scored 18 points on 4 of 7 shooting from three in Saturday's win. In that second half, no Villanova player missed more than one shot from the field, while just one Oklahoma player made more than one shot from the field (Jordan Woodard was 3-for-9).

"This was just one of those nights, we all have them", said Villanova Coach Jay Wright.

Or guessed that Buddy Hield - averaging 29 points in the NCAA Tournament - would never see double figures.

Hield, who came in shooting 46.5 percent from 3-point range, finished 4 for 12 from, including 1 of 8 from beyond the arc. The Sooners shot just 31.7 percent.

None other than the Wildcats, who shot an absurd 78.6% in the 1985 national championship game against No. 1 Georgetown.

The game was over early in the second half. This Villanova team will play for the championship Monday night and now faces the challenge of backing up a remarkable performance with another one in the biggest game any of these players will ever play.

Hart capped the half for Villanova with a 3-pointer with eight seconds left that made it 42-28. Even the national semifinals Saturday were snoozy with Villanova thrashing Oklahoma by 44 points and North Carolina beating Syracuse by 17 points in the other, less interesting blowout. The Tar Heels will be seeking their sixth national title in school history and the third under coach Roy Williams.

Hicks threw down a dunk with 40 seconds left before halftime and Meeks led the Tar Heels with nine points as North Carolina took a 39-28 lead to the break. Oklahoma, meanwhile, couldn't get anything going. Then at one point, we put Mikal Bridges on him and Phil Booth was on him. "I'm still thinking about last night, but life goes on". Midway through the first half, there were 11 lead changes, which means the Wildcats went absolutely nuts against Oklahoma the rest of the way.

"It's cool, but I'm not close to him", Hield said.

"We didn't believe it, either", Hart said later. On the defensive end, Villanova's guards take more risks (12 steals on Saturday) because they know he'll protect the rim.

Rodney Purvis, Daniel Hamilton, a stifling defense and 96 percent shooting from the line carried CT back from an 11-point first-half deficit and helped the Huskies beat Colorado 74-67 in the first round Thursday, keeping Kevin Ollie unbeaten as a head coach in the NCAA Tournament.

Oklahoma's opponent: The No. 2 Villanova Wildcats (33-5), who are in their first Final Four since 2009 (fifth overall).

Oklahoma's Jamuni McNeace (4) and Matt Freeman (5) sit in the locker room after the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game against Villanova, Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Houston.

Both teams spent the first five to seven minutes of the game trading baskets, it began to look as if this was going to be a Texas shootout with the Wildcats and Sooners finding the range early on.

"I thought we had some bounce then", Kruger said.

It was easy to forget Oklahoma (29-8) had crushed Villanova in December by 23 points. They are the last ones playing because they were two very good teams that transformed themselves into fantastic ones, through hard work and a few equally hard knocks."



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Postseason
Apr 02, 6:09 PM ET
NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

#2 VILLANOVA WILDCATS 95-51 #2 OKLAHOMA SOONERS (34-5) (29-8)

.......H1-H2=
VILL---42-53=95
OKLA--28-23=51



Box Score

Villanova Wildcats
STARTERS..MIN..PTS..FGM-A..FTM-A..3PM-A..REB..AST..STL..BLK..TO..PF
Kris Jenkins 32 18 6 - 10 2 - 2 4 - 7 8 1 2 1 4 2
Josh Hart 30 23 10 - 12 2 - 3 1 - 1 8 4 2 0 0 0
Ryan Arcidiacono 28 15 5 - 6 2 - 2 3 - 4 3 3 0 0 3 2
Daniel Ochefu 28 10 4 - 5 2 - 2 0 - 0 6 3 1 1 0 1
Jalen Brunson 21 8 3 - 5 2 - 3 0 - 2 1 2 2 0 1 0


Villanova Wildcats
BENCH..MIN..PTS..FGM-A..FTM-A..3PM-A..REB..AST..STL..BLK..TO..PF
Mikal Bridges 23 11 3 - 4 4 - 5 1 - 2 2 0 0 1 1 0
Phil Booth 19 10 4 - 6 0 - 0 2 - 2 2 0 5 0 1 4
Darryl Reynolds 11 0 0 - 1 0 - 0 0 - 0 2 1 0 0 1 1
Patrick Farrell 3 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Kevin Rafferty 3 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Henry Lowe 2 0 0 - 0 0 - 2 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0



Oklahoma Sooners
..STARTERS..MIN..PTS..FGM-A..FTM-A..3PM-A..REB..AST..STL..BLK..TO..PF
Buddy Hield 36 9 4 - 12 0 - 0 1 - 8 7 2 2 0 4 3
Isaiah Cousins 30 8 3 - 14 0 - 0 2 - 8 1 1 0 0 4 2
Jordan Woodard 29 12 3 - 10 4 - 5 2 - 6 4 2 1 0 2 3
Ryan Spangler 27 6 3 - 6 0 - 2 0 - 0 4 1 1 0 0 1
Khadeem Lattin 19 2 1 - 4 0 - 0 0 - 0 5 0 0 0 1 5



Oklahoma Sooners
...........BENCH..MIN..PTS..FGM-A..FTM-A..3PM-A..REB..AST..STL..BLK..TO..PF
Jamuni McNeace 12 4 2 - 2 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Christian James 12 5 2 - 3 0 - 0 1 - 1 0 1 1 0 2 0
Dante Buford 8 0 0 - 1 0 - 0 0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Dinjiyl Walker 8 1 0 - 4 1 - 2 0 - 3 2 0 0 0 2 3
Rashard Odomes 7 4 1 - 3 2 - 2 0 - 0 1 0 0 1 0 1
Bola Alade 3 0 0 - 1 0 - 0 0 - 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
Austin Mankin 3 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Daniel Harper 3 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
C.J. Cole 3 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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#1 North Carolina-vs-#2 Villanova.

The 2016 NCAA Tournament Championship will be Monday 8:19 CT on TBS at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas..

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March Madness 2016: Score, time, TV schedule, live streams for Villanova vs. North Carolina NCAA championship game
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"Here are the March Madness game times, television schedule, and live stream links for the 2016 NCAA men's Division I basketball tournament.

Monday, April 4
North Carolina Team Stream on TNT; Villanova Team Stream on truTV
National Championship Pregame Coverage Begins at 7 p.m. ET on TBS

Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2016 NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship on Monday, April 4 – North Carolina vs. Villanova – will tip off at 9:19 p.m. ET on TBS. Jim Nantz will call the game with analysts Grant Hill and Bill Raftery and reporter Tracy Wolfson.

“Team Stream by Bleacher Report” or team-specific coverage will include the North Carolina Team Stream on TNT and the Villanova Team Stream on truTV. North Carolina Team Stream commentators will include Wes Durham calling the game with analyst Brendan Haywood and reporter Dwayne Ballen. The Villanova Team Stream will be called by Scott Graham with analyst Brian Finneran and reporter Kacie McDonnell. Team Stream coverage on TNT and truTV will begin at 9 p.m.

National Championship coverage on TBS will begin with the Capital One Championship Central pregame show at 7 p.m. Ernie Johnson will host studio coverage with analysts Charles Barkley, Clark Kellogg and Kenny Smith. They will be joined by Greg Gumbel with analysts Steve Smith, Reggie Miller and Seth Davis.

Pregame coverage will include guest appearances by Michigan State Head Coach Tom Izzo and Connecticut Head Coach Kevin Ollie. Monday’s coverage will include taped performances from Sunday’s NCAA March Madness Music Festival featuring Maroon 5 and Pitbull, airing as part of the pregame show."





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Tar Heels Vs. Villanova For NCAA Title

"THE MATCHUP
♦ North Carolina (33-6) and Villanova (34-5) will meet on Monday night in Houston for the 2016 NCAA championship. The Tar Heels and Wildcats will take the opening tip at 9:19 p.m. Eastern Time (8:19 p.m. in Houston) at NRG Stadium.

♦ UNC pulled away from Syracuse, 83-66, in Saturday’s semifinal. Villanova beat Oklahoma, 95-51, in Saturday’s first matchup.

♦ Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Bill Raftery (analyst), Grant Hill (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (reporter) will call the game for a TBS national TV audience (and on the March Madness Live app).

♦ TNT will televise the UNC-focused Team Stream broadcast with Wes Durham (play-by-play), former Tar Heel Brendan Haywood (analyst) and Dwayne Ballen (reporter) on the call.

♦ Westwood One Sports will carry the game nationally on radio. Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Clark Kellogg (analyst), John Thompson (analyst) and Jim Gray (reporter) will have the call.



TAR HEEL STORYLINES
♦ Carolina is trying for its sixth NCAA title and is making its 10th appearance in an NCAA championship game (fourth-most all-time). The Tar Heels have won their last four NCAA finals in a row (1982, 1993, 2005, 2009).

♦ Roy Williams is seeking his third national title and will be coaching in the NCAA championship game for the fifth time (winning in 2005 and 2009 with Carolina and losing in 1991 and 2003 at Kansas).



A TAR HEEL WIN WOULD ...
♦ Give Carolina its sixth NCAA championship (1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009), including its third under Roy Williams (2005, 2009).

♦ Improve Carolina to 6-4 in NCAA championship games.

♦ Improve the Tar Heels to 6-1 in NCAA Tournament play against Villanova and mark Carolina's fourth consecutive win over the Wildcats.

♦ End UNC’s 2015-16 season at 34-6.

♦ Improve Carolina to 56-10 as an NCAA Tournament No. 1 seed.

♦ Improve Williams’ NCAA Tournament record to 71-23, including 37-9 at UNC.

♦ Improve Williams’ career record as a head coach to 784-208 overall, including 366-107 at Carolina.

♦ Mark UNC’s 11th consecutive win.



A TAR HEEL LOSS WOULD ...
♦ End UNC’s 2015-16 season at 33-7.

♦ Drop Carolina to 5-5 in NCAA championship games.

♦ Drop UNC to 55-11 in the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed.

♦ Drop Roy Williams’ career record to 783-209 overall, including 365-108 at UNC.

♦ Drop Williams to 70-24 in NCAA action overall, including 36-10 at UNC.

♦ Snap UNC’s 10-game winning streak.



TAR HEEL TIDBITS
TEAM NOTES

♦ Carolina has shot at least 51.6 percent from the floor in each its last four NCAA Tournament games. That's the third time the Tar Heels have shot 50 percent or better in four consecutive NCAA games. The 1982 national champions did it in all five games and the 1981 national finalists did it in their first four games.

♦ UNC is 33-6 this season, tying the fifth-highest win total in school history.

♦ Monday night’s championship game vs. Villanova will mark the first time Carolina will play 40 games in a season (previous high was 39 in 2008).

♦ Carolina is 6-3 all-time in April and 2-0 on April 4. On April 4, 2005, the Tar Heels won Roy Williams’ first national title with a 75-70 win over Illinois. On April 4, 2009, UNC beat Villanova in the national semifinal (and won the title two days later in Detroit vs. Michigan State).

♦ Carolina has scored 80 or more points in all five of its NCAA Tournament games this season. That’s the first time UNC has scored 80 or more in its first five NCAA games in the same year (the 2009 team did it five times in six games but not vs. Oklahoma in the regional final).

♦ UNC has won each of its first five NCAA games by at least 14 points (a 16.2 ppg average margin of victory).

♦ Four UNC players have at least 100 assists this year: Joel Berry II (147), Marcus Paige (122), Theo Pinson (112) and Justin Jackson (111). This season marks only the second time and the first since the 1972-73 season four Tar Heels have tallied 100 assists (George Karl 192, Bobby Jones 130, Donn Johnston 112, Darrell Elston 100).

♦ UNC's defense has allowed only two opponents to shoot 50 percent or better from the floor this season (Maryland at .508 on Dec. 1 and Notre Dame at .551 in the East Regional final).

♦ The Tar Heels have held 29 of their last 30 opponents to under 45 percent in field goal percentage.

♦ Assist-Turnover Ratio: Carolina’s assist-to-turnover ratio (1.66) ranks third in the nation and is the best of any Tar Heel team since turnovers were first recorded in 1981-82. The second-best figure is 1.53 in 1985-86. Other top-five seasons include 1.45 (2008-09), 1.45 (2011-12) and 1.42 (1997-98).

♦ Cutting Down on Turnovers: UNC is averaging 10.8 turnovers per game, the lowest figure of any Carolina team since turnovers were first recorded in 1981-82. Last year, the Tar Heels averaged nearly 13 turnovers per contest.

♦ There have been seven seasons in which UNC has committed fewer than 13 turnovers per game. The current record was set in 2013-14 (11.94 per game). The other seasons below 13 are 2011-12 (11.95), 2012-13 (12.3), 2008-09 (12.4), 1994-95 (12.9) and 1981-82 (12.9).

♦ Shooting 50 Percent: UNC is 22-1 this year when shooting at least 50 percent from the floor.

♦ Carolina is 175-16 under Roy Williams when its opponents shoot under 40 percent.

♦ UNC's three-point percentage of 31.9 would be the lowest in school history. The current low is 32.8 percent, set in 2010-11.

♦ 80 or More: Carolina has scored 80 or more points in 26 of 39 games and is averaging 83.0 ppg this season.

♦ The Tar Heels are 238-28 in 13 seasons under Roy Williams when they score at least 80 points (25-1 this season).

♦ 90 or More: The Tar Heels have scored 90 or more points nine times this season after doing so five times all of last year.

♦ 100 or More: UNC is 50-1 under Williams when it scores 100 points or more.

♦ Carolina is 12-0 this year at neutral sites.

♦ Carolina’s six losses have been by a total of 22 points. That’s the fewest combined points in UNC’s first six losses in a season since 1941, when UNC’s first six losses were by 17 points.

♦ 25-Point Games: No Tar Heel player scored 25 points in a game last season, but the team has had nine 25-point performances this year by four different players: Justin Jackson (25 vs. Northern Iowa), Kennedy Meeks (25 vs. Temple), Marcus Paige (30 at Florida State) and Brice Johnson five times (25 vs. Tulane, 27 vs. UCLA, 39 at Florida State, 27 vs. Wake Forest, 29 vs. Duke and 25 vs. Notre Dame in the NCAA Elite 8).

♦ The Tar Heels are 12-0 this year when they attempt 20 or more three-pointers.

♦ Carolina is 10-1 this year when it makes at least seven three-pointers.



SERIES VS. VILLANOVA
♦ Carolina leads the all-time series with Villanova, 11-4. UNC has won last three meetings and seven of the last nine (since early in the 1989-90 season).

♦ Carolina is 5-1 against Villanova in NCAA Tournament play, beating the Wildcats in 1982, 1991, 2005, 2009 and 2013 and losing in 1985.

♦ Villanova (5-1) and Kansas (2-4) are UNC’s most frequent NCAA Tournament opponents. Monday will be the seventh meeting between the Tar Heels and Wildcats in NCAA play.

♦ UNC has beaten Villanova in the NCAA first round (2013), second round (1991), Sweet 16 (2005), Elite Eight (1982) and NCAA semifinals (2009). Monday will be the first meeting between the Wildcats and Tar Heels in the national title game.

♦ Monday’s meeting will be the fourth meeting in a row in the series to come in NCAA Tournament play. In 2005, Carolina beat Villanova in the Sweet 16 in Syracuse, winning the national championship 10 days later in St. Louis. In 2009, the Tar Heels beat the Wildcats in the Final Four in Detroit before beating Michigan State for the NCAA title two days later. In 2013, UNC beat Villanova in the first round in Kansas City.

♦ Carolina (No. 1 at 123.7) and Villanova (No. 2 at 122.0) are the top two teams in the nation this season in adjusted offensive efficiency in the KenPom.com ratings.

♦ UNC’s Roy Williams is 3-0 vs. Villanova, with the wins coming in the 2005, 2009 and 2013 NCAA Tournaments with the Tar Heels.

♦ Prior to the 2005 NCAA Tournament win by UNC, Villanova beat Carolina twice during the 1995-96 regular season. The Wildcats beat UNC in the Maui Invitational early in the ‘95-’96 campaign and followed that with a win over the Tar Heels in Philadelphia on Jan. 20, 1996.

♦ Carolina beat Villanova in Raleigh in the 1982 NCAA Tournament on the way to the ‘82 national championship. The Tar Heels also beat the Wildcats in Syracuse on the way to the 1991 NCAA Final Four.

♦ Villanova beat Carolina in the 1985 NCAA Final Eight in Birmingham, Ala., on the way to the Wildcats’ 1985 national title.



2013 NCAA TOURNAMENT VS. THE WILDCATS
♦ No. 8 seed Carolina defeated No. 9 seed Villanova, 78-71, on March 22, 2013, in the NCAA Tournament first round at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

♦ Tar Heel seniors Brice Johnson, Marcus Paige and Joel James were freshmen on that squad.

♦ P.J. Hairston led Carolina with 23 points, hitting five three-pointers and grabbing five rebounds.

♦ Paige scored nine of his 14 points in the second half, including a stretch from 3:20 to 1:36 left in the game in which he scored seven consecutive UNC points.

♦ Carolina was 11 for 21 from three-point range on the night.

♦ Villanova out-rebounded Carolina 37-28.

♦ Carolina committed 17 turnovers, including 10 in the first half.

♦ The win was the 700th in the career of UNC head coach Roy Williams.



NCAA-RECORD 19 FINAL FOURS
♦ North Carolina is making its NCAA-record 19th Final Four appearance. The Tar Heels have reached at least one Final Four in each of the last eight decades and are the onliy school to do so.

♦ Carolina’s 19 Final Four appearances have come in 1946, 1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2016.



FINAL FOUR HISTORY
♦ The Tar Heels have an all-time record of 16-15 in Final Four play (including third-place games).

♦ The Tar Heels are 5-4 in national championship games (wins in 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005 and 2009 and losses in 1946, 1968, 1977 and 1981).

♦ UNC’s 10 NCAA championship game appearances rank fourth all-time. UCLA has 13 (11-2), Kentucky has 12 (8-4), Duke has 11 (5-6). UNC is 5-4 in nine previous appearances and Kansas is 3-6 in its nine title games.

♦ Carolina has won its last four NCAA title games (1982, 1993, 2005, 2009).

♦ Carolina is 10-9 in national semifinal games (including 3-1 under Roy Williams) with wins in 1946, 1957, 1968, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009 and 2016. UNC’s nine losses in Final Four semifinal contests came in 1967, 1969, 1972, 1991, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2008.

♦ UNC went 1-2 in NCAA Final Four third-place games (a win in 1972 and losses in 1967 and 1969). The NCAA discontinued its third-place game after the 1981 NCAA Tournament.



FINAL FOURS & TITLE GAMES IN EACH OF THE LAST EIGHT DECADES
♦ Carolina has reached the Final Four in each of the last eight decades (1946, 1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2016).

♦ The Tar Heels also have played in the NCAA final in each of the last eight decades (1946, 1957, 1968, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, 2016).

♦ No other school has accomplished either feat, and only eight other schools have reached eight Final Fours in their history.



ROY WILLIAMS & THE FINAL FOUR
♦ Roy Williams will be coaching in the NCAA championship game for a fifth time (1991 and 2003 at Kansas and 2005, 2009 and 2016 at UNC). He led Carolina to NCAA championships in 2005 and 2009.

♦ Williams is the fifth coach to take his team to the championship game five times. The others are John Wooden (10 times, 10-0), Mike Krzyzewski (nine times, 5-4), Adolph Rupp (five times, 4-1) and Dean Smith (five times, 2-3).

♦ Williams is fourth in NCAA history with eight Final Four appearances as a head coach (1991, 1993, 2002 and 2003 at Kansas and 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2016 at UNC). Only John Wooden (12), Mike Krzyzewski (12) and Dean Smith (11) and have more.

♦ Monday will be Williams’ 13th Final Four game, fourth in NCAA history. Only Wooden (24), Kryzyzewski (21) and Smith (21) have more.

♦ Williams (Kansas in 1991 and 2003 and UNC in 2005, 2009 and 2016) is one of four coaches to lead two different teams to the NCAA championship game. Three of those coaches have Carolina ties. Williams joins Larry Brown (UCLA 1980 and Kansas in 1988), Frank McGuire (St. John’s in 1952 and UNC in 1957) and Rick Pitino (Kentucky in 1996 and Louisville in 2013) in doing so. Brown is a 1963 Carolina graduate and former Tar Heel assistant coach.

♦ Williams is one of 12 head coaches to lead two different programs to the Final Four.

♦ Williams (2005-08-09-16) is the fifth head coach to guide the Tar Heels to the Final Four, joining Ben Carnevale (1946), Frank McGuire (1957), Dean Smith (1967-68-69-72-77-81-82-91-93-95-97) and Bill Guthridge (1998 and 2000).

♦ Williams (2005, 2009) is the third Tar Heel head coach to win an NCAA championship, joining McGuire (1957) and Smith (1982, 1993).



ROY WILLIAMS IN NCAA PLAY
♦ The Tar Heels are in the NCAA field in 2015-16 for the 12th time in 13 years under head coach Roy Williams. Williams has made 26 NCAA Tournament appearances in 28 seasons as a head coach.

♦ Carolina is 36-9 (.800) in NCAA play under Williams. That is the highest NCAA Tournament winning percentage in ACC history.

♦ Williams has 70 NCAA Tournament wins, second in history behind Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski (90).

♦ Williams has coached in 26 NCAA Tournaments. His teams have won at least one game in all 26 appearances, something no other coach has done.

♦ Williams’ Tournament winning percentage of .753 (70-23) ranks third all-time (among coaches with 50 or more NCAA games).

♦ Williams has coached in 93 NCAA Tournament games, the second-most all-time behind Mike Krzyzewski (117).



CAROLINA’S FIVE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
♦ Carolina has won five NCAA Tournament titles — in 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005 and 2009.

♦ The Tar Heels defeated Kansas in triple overtime to win the 1957 title behind National Player of the Year Lennie Rosenbluth. Carolina overcame 23 points and 14 rebounds by Jayhawk center Wilt Chamberlain. Joe Quigg hit two free throws with six seconds remaining in the third overtime to provide the winning margin in UNC’s 54-53 victory.

♦ In 1982, James Worthy poured in 28 points and freshman Michael Jordan hit a perimeter jumper with 17 seconds to play to lead Carolina to a 63-62 win over Georgetown in the 1982 championship. The title was Dean Smith’s first NCAA crown. Worthy and Jordan were joined in the starting lineup by Sam Perkins, Matt Doherty and point guard Jimmy Black.

♦ Eleven years after Smith’s first NCAA triumph in New Orleans, sophomore guard Donald Williams scored 25 points in both the semifinal win over Kansas and the championship game against Michigan to lead UNC to another national title in the Superdome. Williams made five three-pointers and several key free throws late in the game. Senior forward George Lynch was the team’s MVP that season and started along with center Eric Montross, forward Brian Reese, point guard Derrick Phelps and Williams. Senior Henrik Rodl and juniors Pat Sullivan and Kevin Salvadori were key reserves.

♦ Carolina won its fourth NCAA championship in 2005. UNC, ranked No. 2 in the final Associated Press poll, defeated No. 1 Illinois in the 2005 NCAA championship game in St. Louis. The national championship was the first for head coach Roy Williams in his fifth Final Four appearance. The UNC-Illinois game was the first meeting between the AP’s No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the NCAA title game since 1975. Carolina advanced to the title game with an 87-71 win over Michigan State in the semifinals.

♦ In 2009, Williams guided the Tar Heels to their second title in five seasons when Carolina beat Villanova in the semis and Michigan State in the title game to capture the national crown. Wayne Ellington was named Most Outstanding Player, joining Worthy, Donald Williams and Sean May as Tar Heels to do so. The 17-point margin of victory over Michigan State in 2009 was greater than the combined margins in the Tar Heels’ first four NCAA titles (13 – one in 1957, one in 1982, six in 1993 and five in 2005).



NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY
♦ Carolina is in the NCAA Tournament for the 47th time in 2015-16, second in NCAA history for most appearances by a program. Kentucky’s 55 appearances rank No. 1, followed by Carolina’s 47.

♦ UNC has reached 19 Final Fours, including at least one in eight consecutive decades between the 1940s and the 2010s. The 19 Final Four appearances are the most in NCAA history.

♦ Carolina has appeared in 161 NCAA Tournament games. Only Kentucky (170) has played in more.

♦ Carolina has a 117-44 NCAA Tournament record. That is the second-most wins, second-most games and second-highest winning percentage (.727) in NCAA Tournament history.

♦ The Tar Heels are tied for the third-most NCAA titles by a program in history with five. UCLA has 11 NCAA championships, Kentucky has eight and UNC, Indiana and Duke have five.



CAROLINA’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME HIGHS
♦ Points: 28 by James Worthy vs. Georgetown, 1982

♦ Field Goals: 13 by Worthy vs. Georgetown, 1982

♦ FG Percentage: .909 by Sean May vs. Illinois, 2005 (10x11)

♦ 3FGs: 5 by Donald Williams vs. Michigan, 1993

♦ FTs: 15 by Ty Lawson, 2009 vs. Michigan State

♦ Rebounds: 11 by Pete Brennan vs. Kansas 1957, and Mike O’Koren vs. Marquette, 1977

♦ Assists: 7 by Raymond Felton, 2005 vs. Illinois and Jimmy Black vs. Georgetown, 1982

♦ Blocks: 2 by George Lynch vs. Michigan, 1993

♦ Steals: 8 by Ty Lawson vs. Michigan State, 2009



TAR HEELS BEAT SYRACUSE IN NCAA SEMIFINAL, 83-66

♦ Carolina shot 60 percent from the floor and 4 for 7 three-point territory in the second half (after going 0 for 10 from behind the arc in the first half) and pulled away to defeat Syracuse, 83-66, in the NCAA semifinal in Houston.

♦ Carolina won by 17 points, which matches its largest win ever in the Final Four. It was UNC’s second straight Final Four win by 17 points. The Tar Heels beat Michigan State, 89-72, in the 2009 national title game. Including a 16-point win over Michigan State in the 2005 semifinals, UNC has won three of its last six Final Four games by 16 or more points.

♦ The Tar Heels made 31 of 48 two-point attempts (.646) and 4 of 17 from three-point range (.235).

♦ Carolina missed its first 12 three-point attempts, then made four of its final five over the last 9:26 after Syracuse pulled within 57-50.

♦ UNC out-rebounded the Orange, 43-31. It was the second straight game UNC had more offensive rebounds than its opponent had defensive boards (13 offensive vs. 10 Notre Dame defensive rebounds; 16 offensive vs. 15 Syracuse defensive rebounds).

♦ The Tar Heels shot 53.8 percent from the floor vs. Syracuse and are 22-1 when they shoot 50 percent or better from the floor this year.

♦ The Tar Heels shot 60 percent from the floor in the second half. Carolina is 10-1 this year when it shoots 50 percent or better in the second half.

♦ Carolina has shot 60 percent or better from the floor in four of the 10 halves it has played in the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

♦ The Tar Heels shot 81.8 percent from the free throw line and are 14-2 this year when shooting 80 percent or better from the line.

♦ Syracuse shot 40.9 percent from the floor. UNC has held the opponents to under 45 percent from the floor in 29 of the last 30 games.

♦ Carolina had a 16-13 edge in second-chance points. UNC is 26-1 this year when it has more second-chance points.

♦ Carolina out-scored the Orange, 50-32, in points in the paint. UNC is 24-1 this year when they score 40 or more points in the paint.

♦ The Tar Heels had 12 fast break points. UNC is 23-1 when they score at least 10 fast break points this year.

♦ Syracuse made 4 of 13 free throws, a percentage of .308 that is the second-lowest by an opponent in UNC’s 161 NCAA Tournament games. The Orange had five assists, which also ties the second-fewest by an opponent in NCAA play."




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Re: Uh, sooooo how are U doing in your 2016 NCAA brackett ??

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#1 North Carolina-vs-#2 Villanova.

The 2016 NCAA Tournament Championship will be Monday 8:19 CT on TBS at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas..

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Re: Uh, sooooo how are U doing in your 2016 NCAA brackett ??

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2016 NCAA Tournament Championship Score..BUZZER BEATER ! x_x !
#1 North Carolina 74-77 #2 Villanova..


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