Gonzaga and Baylor on course for final meeting

03 April 2021 19:51:42 GMTPlus11

There have been plenty of upsets throughout the NCAA Tournament but there is a real chance the top overall seeds Gonzaga and Baylor will meet in Monday's Championship game.

Gonzaga breezed through their West Regional section, winning all four of their games by at least 16 points after opening March Madness with a 98-55 demolition of Norfolk State.  

The Bulldogs have a chance to make history as if they win their next two games and take the Championship they will become the first team since the Indiana Hoosiers in 1976 to come through a NCAA Division I men's basketball season undefeated.

Gonzaga beat USC Trojans 85-66 in the West Regional Final to reach the semifinals, with sophomore center Drew Timme leading the scoring with 23 points and freshman guard Jalen Suggs weighing in with 18 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists.

The Bulldogs take on the UCLA in their National Semifinal after the Bruins upset East Regional top seeds Michigan Wolverines in their last game.  

Gonzaga are 10/11 to win with a -14 points handicap in the Spread and ULCA are 17/2 to win in the Money Line.

Baylor Bears came through their South Regional section convincingly and now face a test against eighth overall seeds Houston Cougars in the Final Four.

The Cougars were the second seeds in their Midwest Regional section and came through without having to face any of the other top four teams as Illinois, Oklahoma State and West Virginia were all eliminated in the round of 32.

Baylor are 10/11 with a -5 points handicap and Houston are 10/11 +5 in the Spread.

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