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Vote: Which team will finish on top of the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament?


We want to hear what you think!

With top-seeded Florida and Ohio State meeting second-seeded UCLA and Georgetown next weekend in Atlanta, this will be the first Final Four since 1993 with no team seeded lower than No. 2.

According to The New York Times, last year, of the 3.1 million entries in's bracket pool, only four chose the correct Final Four teams. This year, 161,869 of 3.3 million entries have the Gators, the Buckeyes, the Bruins and the Hoyas still alive.

Seems there are a lot of hoops fans with ESP out there. What do you have to say? Who do you think will come out on top this year?

Answer in the poll below and be sure to check out all of Minyanville's NCAA tournament content:

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