March Madness Men’s Final 4 is set

San Diego State, University of Connecticut, Florida Atlantic University and University of Miami are all advancing to the Final Four in the NCAA tournament.
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- Now, to March Madness. The men's Final Four is set this morning-- ANNOUNCER: They are headed to the Final Four! ROBIN ROBERTS: --featuring three teams that have never made it this far. And with half of the women's bracket set, the final two spots are on the line tonight. Will Reeve, you know, he has all the highlights for us. Good morning. - I do. And there were so many highlights, Robin. What a weekend. The Final Four for the men is set. It's not the four that anyone expected. All the one-seeds losing before even the Elite Eight for the first time ever in NCAA Tournament history, leaving the door wide open for Cinderella. It's the first Final Four for every program, except for Connecticut. ANNOUNCER: The Owls of Florida Atlantic, they are headed to the Final Four! WILL REEVE: And then there were four. ANNOUNCER: Heading to the Final Four for the first time! WILL REEVE: The men's Final Four is set-- UConn and Miami, Florida Atlantic and San Diego State. ANNOUNCER: For the first time in school history, San Diego State is going to the Final Four! WILL REEVE: San Diego State knocking off Creighton in a wild finish. Creighton tying the game late off this steal. But in the waning seconds, Creighton's Ryan Nembhard fouling San Diego State's Darrion Trammell. Trammell sinking a free throw to send San Diego State to their first ever Final Four. ANNOUNCER: And this thing's winding down. What a comeback. WILL REEVE: Then five-seed Miami winning a battle with two-seed Texas. The Hurricanes down as many as 13 points in the second half, coming back to stun the Longhorns. ANNOUNCER: Noel dribbles. He's looking for someone. Masood got to put it up. [BUZZER] And that's it! WILL REEVE: Florida Atlantic holding off Kansas State and Harlem's own Markquis Nowell in Madison Square Garden. And UConn leaving no doubt against Gonzaga. ANNOUNCER: Hawkins again. Oh, he's gonna free throw. WILL REEVE: The Huskies 82 to 54 win sending them to their sixth Final Four since 1999. And in the women's tournament, presumptive Player of the Year Caitlin Clark making history. ANNOUNCER: Here is Clark, wide open. You bet! WILL REEVE: She's now the first Division I player in both men's and women's basketball to pile up more than 900 points and 300 assists in a single season. Her 41-point triple-double leading Iowa to a 97-83 win over Louisville. [CHEERING] And with a dominant performance on both ends of the floor, LSU beating Miami by 12 to earn their spot in the Final Four. We'll round out that Final Four for the women tonight. Meanwhile, UConn's 14-year-old Final Four streak coming to an end after losing to Ohio State. The Buckeyes now gearing up for their first Elite Eight since 1993. So much action going on. The madness continues. You can catch the final two Elite Eight games tonight on ESPN or on the app. We still got a week left of this stuff, guys. - I know. And like you said, it's been a long time since we haven't seen the UConn Huskies-- - Yeah, [INAUDIBLE]-- ROBIN ROBERTS: --team in the Final Four. Fourteen straight, that was quite a record they had. - Yeah. - All right, Will, thank you.

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