North Carolina’s win over Duke in men’s Final Four was an instant classic Coach K’s career ends with a loss to his archrival in the men’s Final Four.

Duke and North Carolina’s first ever matchup in the men’s NCAA tournament was always going to be historic. The fact that we finally got it in the Final Four

With UNC as a No. 8 seed and Duke struggling entering March, this matchup simply felt too good to be true.

North Carolina beat Duke, 81-77, to punch their ticket to the national championship game. The Tar Heels will now face Kansas for the national championship.

The Jayhawks defeated Villanova, 81-65, in the other semifinal. This was truly one of the best games you will ever see.

The final minutes of this game were absolutely incredible. Trevor Keels hit a three-pointer to give Duke a one-point lead with just over two minutes left.

North Carolina took the lead back on free throws from R.J. Davis. Then Duke’s Mark Williams missed a pair of free throws.

This Tar Heels team was in jeopardy of missing the NCAA tournament midway through the year after Duke beat them by 20 points on their home floor.