The 2014 Final Four has been simulated 1,001 times to determine the NCAA Basketball Champion. Numbers in the table reflect the chance of a team advancing to and winning the title in Atlanta on Monday night. The bracket represents the most likely outcome, where the team with the highest likelihood of advancing is moved on to the Championship Game.

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Final Four/Final

Final Four

Florida 68
UConn 66
Wisconsin 73
Kentucky 74


Florida 73
Kentucky 71


Seed/Team Champ. Game Championship
1 Florida
56.7% 28.7%
8 Kentucky
52.5% 26.5%
2 Wisconsin
47.5% 25.8%
7 UConn
43.3% 19.1%
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