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the 2013 NCAA Men's college basketball Final 4 will be held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA. Action is heating up, and college basketball's biggest month is almost upon us. Some call it the big dance, some call it March Madness, but everyone agrees that it's one of the most entertaining playoff formats in all of sports. And the culmination of this month of madness is the Final Four. This year's Final four is being held in Atlanta, Georgia and there's no better place to get Final 4 tickets, hotels accommodations, and any other packages then ABC tickets. The 2012-13 NCAA college basketball season has been exciting to say the least. Who will take home the crown this year? Will it be a perennial favorite like the Duke Blue Devils, Syracuse Orange, Kansas Jay hawks, or Ohio State Buckeyes? Or will it be a mid-major finally taking a crown, like the Gonzaga Bulldogs, Butler Bulldogs, or even the New Mexico Lobos? Only time will tell.....One of the most interesting things about this college basketball season are some of the teams that were once dominate in the 80's and 90's like the Indiana Hoosiers or Michigan Wolverines are back in full force. Not only are their teams back, but some of the names even sound familiar, as Michigan has Tim Hardway's and Glenn Robinson's son

 

<p >Final 4 ticket info - College basketball's biggest games.... <p >The nation's top college basketball teams will be dancing inside Indianapolis' RCA Dome for the 2006 Final Four. Last season, the North Carolina Tar Heels, led by four NBA first-round draft picks, cut down the nets with a thrilling victory over Illinois. This season, powerhouse programs like Connecticut, Duke, Texas and Memphis, will be vying for an invite to Indianapolis. And, of course, in typical March Madness fashion, there will a plethora of underdogs trying to earn Cinderella status. Last year, the West Virginia Mountaineers put on the glass slipper and marched into the Elite 8, upsetting second seed Wake Forest along the way. Only an overtime loss to Rick Pitino's Louisville Cardinals prevented the Mountaineers from crashing the party at the 2005 Final Four. Which upstart squad will get the Cinderella nod this season? Which team will emerge from the Field of 65 to cut down the nets? You can be in some of the best seats at the RCA Dome by letting ABCTickets.com arrange your 2006 Final Four tickets. It's a slam dunk. <p >Last year, Illinois, Louisville, North Carolina and surprising Michigan State punched their Final Four tickets. Illinois, the top seed in the Chicago region, rolled through its first two games before running into a talented Arizona squad in the regional finals. The Fighting Illini trailed Lute Olsen's Wildcats by 15 with four minutes to play, but mounted a furious rally to force overtime. Deron Williams, the Utah Jazz' first-round pick, knocked down a crucial 3-pointer in OT to help the Illini survive and advance to Final Four. <p >The Illini's opponent, the Louisville Cardinals, also had to survive an overtime thriller to earn a spot in the Final Four. Pitino's Cardinals, led by Sacramento Kings first-round draft pick Francisco Garcia, fought off a gritty West Virginia team to advance to the Final Four. That would be the last stop for Louisville though, as Illinois pulled away from the Cardinals to claim a spot in the National Championship Game. <p >On the other side of the bracket, Tom Izzo's Michigan State Spartans were making noise with their upset of top-seeded Duke. The Spartans stunned mighty Kentucky to make its Final Four reservations. Michigan State would run into a buzzsaw in the form of Roy Williams' North Carolina team. After trailing at halftime, the Tar Heels would flex their muscles in the second half and emerge victorious. <p >Indianapolis' RCA Dome will be the place to be this April, and you can be there with ABCTickets.com's wide selection of 2006 NCAA Final Four tickets. Reserve your spot today.<p >NCAA Final Four history from 1939-2012

Year

Champion

Opponent

losing teams

 

City

2013         Atlanta, Ga
2012 Kentucky (1) Kansas (2) Ohio State Buckeyes (2) Louisville Cardinals (4) New Orleans, GA

2011

Connecticut Huskies (3)

Butler Bulldogs (8)

VCU Rams (11)

Kentucky Wildcats (4)

Houston

2010

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Butler Bulldogs (5)

WVU Mountaineers (2)

Michigan St. Spartans (5)

Indianapolis

2009

UNC Tar Heels (1)

Michigan St. Spartans (2)

Villanova Wildcats (3)

UConn Huskies (1)

Detroit, MI

2008

Kansas Jayhawks (1)

Memphis Tigers Tigers (1)

UNC Tar Heels (1)

UCLA Bruins (1)

San Antonio

2007

Florida Gators (1)

Ohio St. Buckeyes (1)

UCLA Bruins (2)

G'town Hoyas (2)

Atlanta

2006

Florida Gators (3)

UCLA Bruins (2)

George Mason Patriots (11)

LSU Tigers (4)

Indianapolis

2005

North Carolina (1)

Illinois Fighting Illini (1)

Michigan St. Spartans (5)

Louisville (4)

St. Louis

2004

UConn (2)

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (3)

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Okla. St. Cowboys (2)

San Antonio

2003

Syracuse Orange (3)

Kansas Jayhawks (2)

Texas Longhorns (1)

Marquette Golden Eagles (3)

New Orleans

2002

Maryland Terrapins (1)

Indiana Hoosiers (5)

Kansas Jayhawks (1)

Oklahoma Sooners (2)

Atlanta

2001

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Arizona Wildcats (2)

Maryland Terrapins (3)

Michigan St. Spartans (1)

Minneapolis

2000

Michigan St. Spartans (1)

Florida Gators (5)

Wisconsin Badgers (8)

UNC Tar Heels (8)

Indianapolis

1999

UConn Huskies (1)

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Ohio St. Buckeyes (4)

Michigan St. Spartans (1)

St. Petersburg

1998

Kentucky (2)

Utah (3)

Stanford Cardinal (3)

UNC Tar Heels (1)

San Antonio

1997

Arizona Wildcats (4)

Kentucky Wildcats (1)

UNC Tar Heels (1)

Minnesota (1)

Indianapolis

1996

Kentucky (1)

Syracuse Orange (4)

Umass Minutemen (1)

Miss. St. (5)

E. Rutherford

1995

UCLA Bruins (1)

ArKansas Jayhawks (2)

Oklahoma Sooners St (4)

UNC Tar Heels (2)

Seattle

1994

ArKansas Jayhawks (1)

Duke Blue Devils (2)

Arizona Wildcats (2)

Florida Gators (3)

Charlotte

1993

UNC Tar Heels (1)

Michigan Wolverines (1)

Kansas Jayhawks (2)

Kentucky (1)

New Orleans

1992

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Michigan Wolverines (6)

Indiana Hoosiers (2)

Cincinnati (4)

Minneapolis

1991

Duke Blue Devils (1)

Kansas Jayhawks (3)

UNLV (1)

UNC Tar Heels (2)

Indianapolis

1990

UNLV (1)

Duke Blue Devils (3)

Georgia Tech (4)

ArKansas Jayhawks (4)

Denver

1989

Michigan Wolverines (3)

Seton Hall (3)

Illinois Fighting Illini (1)

Duke Blue Devils (2)

Seattle

1988

Kansas Jayhawks (6)

Oklahoma Sooners (1)

Duke Blue Devils (2)

Arizona Wildcats (1)

Kansas City, KS

1987

Indiana Hoosiers (1)

Syracuse Orange (2)

UNLV (1)

Providence (6)

New Orleans

1986

Louisville (2)

Duke Blue Devils (1)

LSU Tigers (11)

Kansas Jayhawks (1)

Dallas

1985

Villanova Wildcats (8)

G'town Hoyas (1)

Memphis Tigers Tigers St. (2)

St. John's (1)

Lexington

1984

G'town Hoyas (1)

Houston (2)

Kentucky (1)

Virginia (7)

Seattle

1983

N.C. St. (6)

Houston (1)

Louisville (1)

Georgia (4)

Albuquerque

1982

UNC Tar Heels (1)

G'town Hoyas (1)

Houston (6)

Louisville (3)

New Orleans

1981

Indiana Hoosiers (3)

UNC Tar Heels (2)

Virginia (1)

LSU Tigers (1)

Philadelphia, Pennsy

1980

Louisville (2)

UCLA Bruins (8)

Purdue (6)

Iowa (5)

Indianapolis, Indiana

1979

Michigan St. Spartans (2)

Indiana Hoosiers St. (1)

DePaul (2)

Pennsylvania (9)

Salt Lake City, UT

1978

Kentucky

Duke Blue Devils

ArKansas Jayhawks

Notre Dame

Saint Louis

1977

Marquette Golden Eagles

UNC Tar Heels

UNLV

UNC Tar Heels-Charlotte

Atlanta

1976

Indiana Hoosiers

Michigan

UCLA Bruins

Rutgers

Philadelphia, PA

1975

UCLA Bruins

Kentucky

Louisville

Syracuse Orange

San Diego

1974

N.C. St.

Marquette Golden Eagles

UCLA Bruins

Kansas Jayhawks

Greensboro

1973

UCLA Bruins

Memphis Tigers Tigers St.

Indiana Hoosiers

Providence

Saint Louis

1972

UCLA Bruins

Florida Gators St.

UNC Tar Heels

Louisville

Los Angeles

1971

UCLA Bruins

Villanova Wildcats

Western Kentucky

Kansas Jayhawks

Houston

1970

UCLA Bruins

Jacksonville

New Mexico St.

Saint Bonaventure

College Park

1969

UCLA Bruins

Purdue

Drake

UNC Tar Heels

Louisville

1968

UCLA Bruins

UNC Tar Heels

Ohio St. Buckeyes

Houston

Los Angeles

1967

UCLA Bruins

Dayton

Houston

UNC Tar Heels

Louisville

1966

Texas Longhorns Western

Kentucky

Duke Blue Devils

Utah

College Park

1965

UCLA Bruins

Michigan

Princeton

Witchita St.

Portland

1964

UCLA Bruins

Duke Blue Devils

Michigan

Kansas Jayhawks St.

Kansas City, KS

1963

Loyola (IL)

Cincinnati

Duke Blue Devils

Oregon St.

Louisville

1962

Cincinnati

Ohio St. Buckeyes

Wake Forest

UCLA Bruins

Louisville

1961

Cincinnati

Ohio St. Buckeyes

St. Joseph's (PA)

Utah

Kansas City, KS

1960

Ohio St. Buckeyes

California

Cincinnati

NYU

San Francisco

1959

California

WVU

Cincinnati

Louisville

Louisville

1958

Kentucky

Seattle

Temple

Kansas Jayhawks St.

Louisville

1957

UNC Tar Heels

Kansas Jayhawks

San Francisco

Michigan St. Spartans

Kansas City, KS

1956

San Francisco

Iowa

Temple

SMU

Evanston

1955

San Francisco

LaSalle

Colorado

Iowa

Kansas City, KS

1954

LaSalle

Bradley

Penn St.

USC

Kansas City, KS

1953

Indiana Hoosiers

Kansas Jayhawks

Washington

LSU Tigers

Kansas City, KS

1952

Kansas Jayhawks

St. John's

Illinois Fighting Illini

Santa Clara

Seattle

1951

Kentucky

Kansas Jayhawks St.

Illinois Fighting Illini

Oklahoma Sooners St.

Minneapolis

1950

CCNY

Bradley

N.C. St.

Baylor

New York

1949

Kentucky

Oklahoma Sooners St.

Illinois Fighting Illini

Oregon St.

Seattle

1948

Kentucky

Baylor

Holy Cross

Kansas Jayhawks St.

New York, NYC

1947

Holy Cross

Oklahoma Sooners

Texas Longhorns

CCNY

New York city

1946

Oklahoma Sooners St.

UNC Tar Heels

Ohio St. Buckeyes

California

New York, NY

1945

Oklahoma Sooners St.

NYU

ArKansas Jayhawks

Ohio St. Buckeyes

New York

1944

Utah

Dartmouth

Iowa St.

Ohio St. Buckeyes

New York

1943

Wyoming

G'town Hoyas

DePaul

Texas Longhorns

New York

1942

Stanford Cardinal

Dartmouth

Colorado

Kentucky

Kansas City, KS

1941

Wisconsin Badgers

Washington St.

ArKansas Jayhawks

Pittsburgh

Kansas City, KS

1940

Indiana Hoosiers

Kansas Jayhawks

Duquesne

USC

Kansas City, KS

1939

Oregon

Ohio St. Buckeyes

Oklahoma Sooners St

Villanova Wildcats

Evanston

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