The Final Four is set. Wisconsin, Florida, UConn and Kentucky will face off in North Texas next weekend to see who will be crowned the champion of the 2014 NCAA tournament.
The Elite Eight featured the best of March Madness. In four high-quality games there were upsets, overtimes, clutch performances, heartbreaking losses and exhilarating victories. The viewers were spoiled with greatness from beginning to end.
After all of the bracketology chats, seeding squabbles and expert picks, there is a No. 1, No. 2, No. 7 and No. 8 seed headed to college basketball's final weekend.
Following are the winners and losers from a very entertaining Elite Eight: