Memorable Final Four games between conference rivals


              FILE - Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and players Shane Battier and Jason Williams, left, embrace following the team's 95-84 win over Maryland in a semifinal of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament Final Four in Minneapolis on March 31, 2001. Duke went on to win the tournament. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke, File)
            
              FILE - Kansas' Danny Manning, facing camera at center left, is mobbed by fans and teammates after Kansas' 83-79 victory over Oklahoma in the championship game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament in Kansas City, Mo., April 4, 1988. In the highest-scoring half in title game history, these two Big Eight teams entered the break tied at 50. This game and this tournament were about Manning. The Sooners simply couldn't overcome him. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan, File)
            
              FILE - Villanova's Ed Pinckney (54) yells as he is surrounded by teammates after Villanova defeated Georgetown to win the NCAA men's college basketball tournament final in Lexington, Ky. Villanova was able to shorten the game a bit with some well-timed stalling, since there was no shot clock. (AP Photo/Gary Landers, File)
            
              FILE - Duke's Shane Battier drives on Maryland's Tahj Holden during the second half of Duke's 95-84 win in the semifinals of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament in Minneapolis on March 31, 2001. Duke set a record for biggest Final Four comeback. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)
            
              FILE - Georgetown's Patrick Ewing (33) blocks a shot by Villanova's Harold Pressley (21) during the NCAA men's college basketball tournament championship game in Lexington, Ky., April 1, 1985. After beating St. John's in the semis, Georgetown went up against another Big East rival, but fell short in its bid for a second straight title. (AP Photo/Bob Jordan, File)
            
              FILE - Michigan guard Rumeal Robinson (21) works the ball past Illinois guard Kendall Gill (13) during first half of a semifinal in the NCAA men's college basketball tournament Final Four on April 1, 1989, in Seattle. After 33 lead changes, it was tied at 81 when Sean Higgins scored off an offensive rebound in the final seconds to send the Wolverines to the final. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan, File)
Memorable Final Four games between conference rivals