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March Madness is nearing an end, as the NCAA Tournament field has suddenly shrunk to four following the conclusion of the Elite Eight on Sunday. Two No. 1 seeds, Villanova and Kansas, punched its tickets to San Antonio, joining Loyola-Chicago and Michigan, which did the same on Saturday.
Villanova paved its way relatively drama-free, as has been the case for the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats knocked off Texas Tech 71-59 -- its closest contest of the tournament to date -- and reserved their date Saturday with 1 seed Kansas out of the Midwest Region.
Speaking of Kansas: The Jayhawks survived and advanced by the hair on their chinny-chin-chin. It took an overtime period to decide their eventual 85-81 victory over No. 2 seed Duke, but now Bill Self returns to San Antonio -- the place he won his only national title a decade ago -- with hopes of repeating that same magic Mario Chalmers and those Jayhawks formulated.
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Elite Eight: Sunday's games
The last two years, SportsLine's computer simulation correctly predicted nine out of 12 double-digit NCAA Tournament upsets in the first round with their computer algorithm. This year they have plenty of upsets again, like one region where you need to pick the 11, 12, AND 13 seeds, and another region with a 4-seed in the Final Four. Click here to see SportsLine's Optimized NCAA Tournament bracket.