FSU Basketball: A FSU Fan's Guide to The Final Four

FSU Basketball fans, come with me on an Odyssey of the NCAA Tournament's remaining contenders. We will look through the program's history, the team's performance this season, and the tournament's storylines as we create vested interests for ourselves to make these last six games all the more entertaining.

Zach Edey of the Purdue Boilermakers in action against the Tennessee Volunteers
Zach Edey of the Purdue Boilermakers in action against the Tennessee Volunteers / SOPA Images/GettyImages
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The NCAA Men's and Women's basketball tournaments reached their penultimate event, The Final Four. Unfortunately, neither Seminole's squad is still competing as the Women's team lost in the first round to Alabama, and the Men weren't in the tournament field.

However, fans of all teams join together on couches, at bars, and in clubs and parks to watch the rest of the madness unfold. The Men's tournament has four teams remaining, NC State, Purdue, UConn, and Alabama.

The Women have set their semifinals with UConn facing off with Iowa and South Carolina taking on NC State. These remaining six games have storylines, drama, intrigue, and plenty of reasons for third-party fans or neutral and casual fans to find a reason to watch.

Are you one to root for an underdog? Sing for a cinderella? Or do you appreciate dominance? Cheer for once in a lifetime talent and undefeated runs?

As both tournaments gain increasing interest during these final games, I am going to go through each and help Seminole fans know who to support.