final four

Dave Odom

Dave Odom, Former NCAA Hoops Coach, Part 1

Former East Carolina, Wake Forest, and South Carolina head coach Dave Odom joins us for an extended interview about the final four and the state of college basketball. . . .

92.9 The Game–04/04/2013

Jim Boeheim

Matt Park, Voice Of Syracuse, Says Cuse/Michigan Will Be “The Best Game Of The Tournament”

The Final Four is upon us and we catch up with Matt Park, play by play voice of the Syracuse Orange, to find out what they need to do well to move on, and what […]

92.9 The Game–04/04/2013

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Ware Expected To Be With Team For Final Four

Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware is out of the hospital and headed back to campus.  Ware broke his right leg on Sunday in the NCAA Tournament game against Duke. Millions of fans around the country […]


Wichita State looks to complete their Cinderella season (Credit: Jeff Gross/Getty Images).

2013 Final Four Preview: Wichita State Shockers

Road to Atlanta: 73-55 over Pittsburgh 76-70 over Gonzaga 72-58 over La Salle 70-66 over Ohio State Last Final Four Appearance: 1965 Figurehead: Gregg Marshall originally made a name for himself at Winthrop, when that program […]

92.9 The Game–04/03/2013

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Your Final Four Weekend Event Guide

There are a wealth of great things to do in Atlanta for Final Four Weekend, not just the basketball games. There are great free or affordable events for all ages, ranging from concerts to youth […]


Syracuse cut down the nets during their last Final Four appearance in 2003 (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images).

2013 Final Four Preview: Syracuse Orange

Road to Atlanta: 81-34 over Montana 66-60 over California 61-50 over Indiana 55-39 over Marquette Last Final Four Appearance: 2003 Figurehead: Jim Boeheim is in his 37th season as the Orange’s head coach and has led […]

92.9 The Game–04/02/2013

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Five Things: Motivated Cardinals Prevail And Wichita State Stays Alive

Even with limited drama—none of the regional finals were particularly thrilling—the NCAA Tournament is a wonderful thing, the perfect blend of fairness and unpredictability.


Georgia Will Face Cal For Spot in Women’s Final Four

  SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Stanford and California were expected to settle the Spokane Regional. Nobody told Georgia. “Georgia basketball has a lot of pride within it and a lot of history behind it,” Georgia guard Jasmine James said. […]





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