If A Final Four Is Taken Away Did It Ever Exist 2009: Taken Away

If a Final Four is taken away did it ever exist

If a Final Four is taken away, did it ever exist The 1985 Final Four banner Memphis earned is down for the summer.
The plan, as is the case every year, is to put it back up at FedEx Forum in the fall. For the NCAA’s part, it can’t get a redo on its book cover for the 2009 Men’s Final Four Records Book. That edition features former Memphis coach John Calipari and former Tiger players, Derrick Rose — who was found to be ineligible — as well as Chris Douglas-Roberts among the nine photos. UCLA had an easy solution when it came to dealing with its vacated 1980 Final Four team: ignore it. Why The Bruins only hang championship banners at Pauley Pavilion. UCLA officials say they were never forced to change the record books. What would have happened to the national title had Kansas’ Mario Chalmers missed the game-tying 3-pointer, which would have sent the game into overtime, and Memphis won It wouldn’t be in Lawrence. Andy Katz is a senior college basketball writer for ESPN.com. He started working for ESPN.com in 1998, eventually leaving a 10-year newspaper career in 1999 to join ESPN.com full-time. In addition to covering breaking news for the site and college basketball on a daily basis through his Daily Word, Katz is a reporter for studio and remote coverage of college basketball and the NBA draft on ESPN’s family of networks. Katz is a regular on ESPNU’s “Inside the Polls” show throughout the college basketball season.

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