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lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 02:09 PM
When/Where was the last Final Four held West of San Antonio/St. Louis/Twin Cities?


Thanks.

lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 02:10 PM
Also, when/where was the last non-dome FF?

lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 02:14 PM
The University of Phoenix Stadium could host the Final Four, correct?

RenoZag
02-27-2008, 02:44 PM
LINK (http://www.allbrackets.com/)

Seattle, 1995, 1984

Charlotte, 1994 ( No dome ??)
Denver, 1990 ( No dome in Denver, right ? )

Salt Lake City, 1979

By the way, if you click the year in the far right column, you can see what the bracket looked like. . .and there's a countdown clock for the start of the NCAA tourney. . .

lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 03:11 PM
LINK (http://www.allbrackets.com/)

Seattle, 1995, 1984

Charlotte, 1994 ( No dome ??)
Denver, 1990 ( No dome in Denver, right ? )

Salt Lake City, 1979

By the way, if you click the year in the far right column, you can see what the bracket looked like. . .and there's a countdown clock for the start of the NCAA tourney. . .
great site!


looks like this was the last non-dome:

1996 East Rutherford, NJ

RenoZag
02-27-2008, 03:40 PM
great site!


looks like this was the last non-dome:

1996 East Rutherford, NJ

That's the site I used to put together the spreadsheet I sent you last March, Lothar

lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 03:43 PM
That's the site I used to put together the spreadsheet I sent you last March, Lothar
that's right! I knew I'd heard of it before.

lothar98zag
02-27-2008, 03:44 PM
The University of Phoenix Stadium could host the Final Four, correct?
found it:



The stadium will allow Glendale to be the only city in the Western U.S. capable of hosting the NCAA Final Four Basketball Championships, a week long extravaganza which requires a football stadium with a closed roof and seating of at least 40,000. The economic impact of a NCAA Final Four event is about $50 million to the host community. It takes place the first week of April and would provide and exciting and powerful finish to Arizona’s tourism season.


http://football.ballparks.com/NFL/ArizonaCardinals/newindex.htm