It will go down as one of the best games in Final Four history. Overtime. A game-tying shot with four seconds to play in OT. A game-winning shot at the buzzer.

Tied at 90 with less than four seconds to play in overtime, Gonzaga guard Jalen Suggs etched his name into the college basketball history books forever, pushing the Bulldogs to a 93-90 victory over UCLA.

Earlier in the day, Baylor blew out Houston 78-59. Leading by 25 at the half, the Bears made 11 three pointers and shot 53% from the field en route to a 19-point win.

Gonzaga will meet Baylor in Monday’s National Championship Game in Indianapolis with “Championship Monday” beginning our coverage at 7pm ET.

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