5 Things You Missed: Villanova Earns Second Title In Dominating FashionA wild 2018 NCAA Tournament has finally come to an end. After dominating six straight games, the Villanova Wildcats have earned the title of National Champions.
Raw Video: Sister Jean Steals The Show At The Final FourThe 98-year-old nun who has become the face of this most-inspiring NCAA Tournament held court on Good Friday in one of the best-attended news conferences ever held at the Final Four.
Fan Essentials: Best Final Four EverCBS Sports Network analysts discuss which Final Four was the most memorable to them.
What Have We Learned About March Madness?Traditional powers like Villanova, Kansas, and Michigan still rule the Final Four, even if a Cinderella like Loyola-Chicago shows up.
Gonzaga Holds Off South Carolina 77-73 To Advance To National Championship GameThe Bulldogs withstood a late charge from the Gamecocks to advance to the title game.
Stanford Basketball Team Gets Hero's FarewellThe Stanford women’s basketball team passed under the outstretched arms of the water polo squad before they boarded a bus headed to the airport.
Grant Hill On Final Four: 'Any One Of These Teams Capable Of Winning'Sean McManus, David Levy, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery discuss the tournament to date and look ahead to Final Four weekend.
CBS Local Bracket Update: Out Of 28,373 Brackets, None Have Perfect Final FourWhile no brackets have a perfect Final Four, 37 people chose South Carolina to make it to the Final Four.
South Carolina Beats Florida 77-70, Makes First Trip To Final FourThe Gamecocks are headed to Phoenix for their first Final Four appearance.
Stanford Women Rally To Earn Final Four SpotBrittany McPhee scored 27 points and Erica McCall blocked Notre Dame's buzzer shot to lead Stanford to a 76-75 victory over the Irish to earn a spot in the women's NCAA Final Four.
Oregon Tops Kansas 74-60 To Advance To First Final Four In 78 YearsTyler Dorsey led the Ducks with 27 points, including 6-10 from three-point range, to lead Oregon past Kansas.
Gonzaga Trounces Xavier 83-59 To Advance To First Final Four In School HistoryGonzaga has made history and is the first WCC team since San Francisco in 1957 to make it to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four.

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