This is already the most-lopsided men's Final Four since 1968 _ and we still have the championship game to play Monday night.
Sure, Villanova's record 44-point semifinal victory over Oklahoma skews the numbers. But adding North Carolina's 17-point win over Syracuse makes that a combined margin of 61 points.
Back in 1968, when John Wooden and UCLA were in the midst of 10 national championships over 12 seasons, the Bruins beat Houston 101-69 in the semifinal game. UCL then won the title game 78-55 over North Carolina, which had won its semifinal game by 14 points. That's a combined margin of 69 points for the three games played in that Final Four.
It has been 10 years since all three games in a Final Four were determined by double figures.
When both semifinal games were last double-figure outcomes in 2008, Kansas needed overtime to win the national championship over Memphis.
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