Updated for the Final Four! Want to know who will win it all? WhatIfSports.com presents our 2015 Bracket Preview, the quick and simple breakdown you need to perfect your picks. WhatIfSports played through the NCAA Tournament from the actual Final Four on 1,001 times by plugging every stat it could get its hands on into the site's award-winning simulation engine. Scores and recaps from the semifinal and championship games are below. To read the game story, play-by-play and boxscore, please click on "View Full Recap."

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Final Four

#1Kentucky (38-0) 69
#1Wisconsin (35-3) 65

Wisconsin fans have been champing at the bit for another shot at Kentucky. A season ago, these schools met in the Final Four, with a late three by Aaron Harrison lifting the Wildcats to a 74-73 victory. The Badgers envisioned a rematch in which their squad of upperclassmen taught the kids a thing or two. Alas, youth prevailed as Kentucky outlasted Wisconsin 69-65. John Calipari’s squad remains perfect with one game to go.

Final Four

#7Michigan St. (27-11) 71
#1Duke (33-4) 75

Mike Krzyzewski and Tom Izzo have combined for 19 Final Four appearances, but Coach K has been more successful navigating his team to the title game. Heading into this season, Krzyzewski had an 8-3 record in the national semifinals, compared to Izzo’s 2-4 mark. The trend continued in 2015, with the Blue Devils besting the Spartans 75-71 to advance to the championship game.

Final Four

#1Kentucky (38-0) 74
#1Duke (33-4) 72

Two of the game’s most storied programs met for the 21st time overall and the sixth time in the NCAA tournament. The series is highlighted by Christian Laettner hitting “The Shot” in 1992, but Kentucky owns memorable victories as well. The Wildcats defeated Duke in the 1978 title game and upset the Blue Devils in the 1998 regional finals. This one was another classic, with UK coming out on top 74-72.

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