Final Four Recap

The Final Four lives up to its reputation as one of the best events in sports with three overtime games involving top seeded teams over the weekend. Commentator John Feinstein discusses the NCAA basketball games.

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Correction March 31, 2005

Commentator John Feinstein said Rick Pitino is the "first coach in history" to take three different teams to the Final Four. But women's basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer has taken Cheney State, Iowa and Rutgers to the Final Four.



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