Final Four 2011 Bracket

April 2, 2011 by staff 

Final Four 2011 Bracket, The Kentucky Wildcats, Connecticut Huskies, Butler VCU Rams and Bulldogs have peaked at the right time to advance to the Final Four, working his way through the four regions of the NCAA tournament bracket and avoid pitfalls on the road. For both teams - Butler and VCU – meaning to play every game as the underdog, beating teams that were, on paper, better than yours. For the University of Connecticut and Kentucky, that meant playing with a target on his back for much of the tournament, and survives many of the upset-minded teams. When the first two weekends were more, these four survived and advanced in the media, win a trip to Houston for the Final Four of NCAA Tournament 2011.NTQuMTQ3LjQwLjE1Mw==

So how did it? If we knew, we’d probably all be rich NCAA coaches. But we can take a look back at the back and the results to show that each team won on the road to the Final Four, and what it takes to become the elite of the NCAA in 2011.

It all started with the first four, the name of the new round of the NCAA tournament as part of the expansion to 68, back during the week of March. 62 games and three weeks later, we spent the first four to the Final Four, with only three games remaining until the 2011 NCAA champion is crowned.

The field of 68 has been reduced to four, and always, support the world has been destroyed (mine included).

Final Four 2011 will take place on Saturday against Kentucky Connecticut (20:49 GMT, CBS) and UCV taking on Butler (6:09 pm, CBS) to determine which two teams will play in the national championship game in Monday night.

This year’s Final Four has two time-tested programs at the University of Connecticut and Kentucky, and two Cinderellas at VCU and Butler. The Bulldogs opened as a 2.5-point favorite, while Kentucky also opened as a 2.5-point favorite.

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