Final Four Highlights: Villanova downs Oklahoma in record-breaking blowout

04/02/2016

HOUSTON – The Villanova Wildcats are heading to the National Championship Game for the first time in 31 years thanks to the biggest blowout in Final Four history.

The Wildcats shot better than 70 percent in defeating Oklahoma 95-51 on Saturday night.

Kevin Kugler, Clark Kellogg and John Thompson called the action on Westwood One Sports.

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