Notre Dame 87, Maryland 61

Originally Published: April 6, 2014
By Charlie Creme | espnW.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Notre Dame beat Maryland 87-61 on Sunday in the Final Four to advance to Tuesday's national championship game. A look at how the Irish remained unbeaten to improve to 37-0.

How the game was won: Once Notre Dame found its rhythm, it was the execution-machine that Muffet McGraw's teams have so often been over the past few seasons. Maryland's advantage was supposed to be that the Terps were more physical and could get the best of the Irish on the boards, especially without ...

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