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Final Four: South Carolina brings basketball history

Final Four: South Carolina brings basketball history

as informed in The South Carolina Gamecocks are in the Final Four, another history-making, program-changing, never-before-seen moment in a fantastical 10-day run through March.
Then it was a screaming chest bump after Duane Notice put the exclamation point on a Final Four-clinching win with a leap, dunk and moment for the South Carolina basketball history books.
“So we started saying, we’re in a difficult moment right now, hold on to that rope, don’t let that rope go.
“And we got two more games.”Yes, South Carolina basketball is talking about the idea of playing for a national championship on April 3 and this is real life.
It’s a group who bought into Martin and all that South Carolina could be — even if this possibility was near impossible and farfetched at best.

South Carolina basketball could win both NCAA tournaments this year

as informed in South Carolina has a chance to be the second team in history to win both championships in the same year.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams have made it to the Final Fours of the respective NCAA tournaments.
Of course, in order to actually accomplish the elusive double win, the women’s team will have to beat UConn.
If you didn’t know, the UConn women have won 111 games in a row.
In 2004, the Connecticut men’s team lost just six times in the regular season.

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