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Bleacher Report is your one-stop source for March Madness. From the first round to the final buzzer, Bleacher Report has you covered with the latest news and analysis, plus every highlight you can't miss.
Saturday night's action featured the Gonzaga Bulldogs easily taking care of the Xavier Musketeers 83-59. Gonzaga and Nigel Williams-Goss were lights out from beyond the arc. This is a huge win for Gonzaga and Mark Few, who are making the school's first Final Four appearance.
Over in Kansas City, the Oregon Ducks upset the Kansas Jayhawks 74-60. Jordan Bell lit up the box score, scoring 11 points, blocking 9 shots, and pulling down 11 rebounds. Oregon is heading to its first Final Four since 1939