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A guide to the Final Four teams

By John Marshall

Associated Press

Published: Wednesday, April 2 2014 3:55 p.m. MDT

Florida guard Scottie Wilbekin (5) celebrates his basket against Dayton's Vee Sanford during the first half in a regional final game at the NCAA college basketball tournament, Saturday, March 29, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn.

John Bazemore, Associated Press

The invitation to this year's Final Four seemed to have specific rules: No upstarts or Cinderellas. Big boys only.

Yes, we're well aware that Kentucky was a No. 8 seed and UConn was a 7. But c'mon. These are two power programs with storied histories, each with a championship under their belt within the past four seasons.

Following a string of NCAA tournaments with mid-major party crashers, the Final Four is going back to the big time with Florida and Wisconsin joining the Wildcats and Huskies in North Texas. We've got a rundown of what to look for:

First Up: THE TEAMS

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