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Baylor beats Gonzaga in lopsided NCAA men’s basketball title game

The Baylor Bears won their first ever NCAA men’s basketball title, beating the previously undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs in a lopsided 86-70 victory in Indianapolis on Monday night. The Bears dominated the highly anticipated matchup between the two No. 1 seeds from the start, and Baylor guards Jared Butler, MaCio Teague, and Davion Mitchell kept their team with double-digit leads for most of the night while Gonzaga star Jalen Suggs, who ended with 22 points, got into early foul trouble. Baylor previously came closest to a national championship 1948, when it finished second. Gonzaga had been shooting for the first perfect season since Indiana’s 1976 32-0 juggernaut year. More stories from theweek.comTrump’s circle isn’t defending Matt Gaetz because ‘not a lot of people are surprised’ by the allegationsJanet Yellen’s proposal to revolutionize corporate taxationJoss Whedon reportedly threatened Gal Gadot’s career on Justice League, demanded she ‘shut up and say the lines’