Baylor defeated Gonzaga in the NCAA Basketball Championship game on Monday, winning his first title while ruining the Bulldogs’ unbeaten season.
But there was so much more that led to the Bears’ 86-70 victory in Indianapolis, capping an unprecedented March madness played in one location during the pandemic. (See the video below.)
The players danced, Roy Williams of North Carolina coached his final game, and Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs provided the signing moment with his ringing batsman nearly halfway through overtime to defeat UCLA in the Final. Oven.
Gonzaga failed in its bid to become the first undefeated team since the Indiana Hoosiers in 1976 – but the school in Spokane, Washington has been a highlight forever.
Here’s a three-minute replay of the entire tournament to the tune of “One Shining Moment”.
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