FILE - In this Monday, April 4, 2016, file photo, Villanova guard Josh Hart (3) reacts to play against North Carolina during the second half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball championship game in Houston. The NCAA and networks across the sports dial have infused fans with a hoops fix by rebroadcasting epic NCAA Tournament games. Coaches and players involved in those games are adding insight and a dash of humor by live tweeting during the replay. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)

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FILE - In this March 22, 2018 file photo, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt sits with other Loyola-Chicago fans during the first half of a regional semifinal NCAA college basketball game against Nevada in Atlanta. Even to Sister Jean, the lovable nonagenarian nun who became a star during Loyola Chicago's stunning run to the Final Four two years ago, this is new territory. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought big chunks of the world to a near standstill. And at 100 years old, this is new territory for Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

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** HOLD FOR STORY ** In this April 11, 2019, photo, provided by Davis Thompson, University of Georgia student-athletes and roommates from left: Ashley Andersen, Morgan Coppoc, Tyler Armistead and Dalaney Hans pose before attending a concert together in Athens, Georgia. Georgia tennis player Morgan Coppoc finds herself in a situation similar to so many other college athletes across the country, back home and hundreds of miles away from campus, lost without her routine and her teammates. Still, she is regularly hearing from her coaches with both updates for the entire team with latest details about the coronavirus and individual check-ins. The UGA counseling also office got in touch with Coppoc immediately and then again to offer sessions by phone that she would have typically attended in person. (Davis Thompson via AP)

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FILE - In this April 5, 1993, file photo, Michigan's Chris Webber (4) stands by as North Carolina's Eric Montross celebrates during North Carolina's technical foul shots in the final seconds of the NCAA Final Four championship game at the Superdome in New Orleans. Webber called a time out Michigan did not have, and Michigan was charged with a technical foul and lost possession of the ball. Donald Williams made all four free throws and North Carolina won the national title 77-71. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan, File)

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FILE - This April 4, 1983, file photo shows North Carolina State's Lorenzo Charles (43) dunking the ball against Houston in the NCAA Championship game in Albuquerque, N.M. Charles' dunk shot with one second remaining fulfilled North Carolina State's impossible dream, giving the Wolfpack a 54-52 victory over top-ranked Houston for the NCAA basketball championship. (AP Photo/File)

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