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March Madness: Final Four includes three powerhouses and one Cinderella

The field for the lads's Final Four is about, and after an NCAA Tournament that has observed quite a few shocking upsets, three-fourths of the sphere is moderately predictable. No. 1-seed Kansas beat Duke in time beyond regulation Sunday, 85-81, to transform the last workforce to achieve the Final Four. The Jayhawks will play fellow No. 1-seed Villanova, which defeated Texas Tech previous Sunday, next Saturday in San Antonio. The other facet of the bracket will pit No. Three-seed Michigan against the true Cinderella story, 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago. The winners will advance to the championship game April 2. The games will air on Time Warner Inc.'s TWX, -1.79% TBS.