NCAA Tournament Day 8 Recap and Updated Bracket The Final Four is set. After West Virginia and Butler booked their trips for next weekend in Indianapolis, two more teams are set to join them following a Sunday of close games, drama and plenty of intrigue.

Coach Tom Izzo and Michigan State got a Raymar Morgan free throw with less than 2 seconds remaining to withstand Bruce Pearl's athletic Tennessee squad and earn a 70-69 win in St. Louis. The Spartans head to their second straight Final Four and their sixth in 12 years, all under Izzo.

Meanwhile, in the late game, another coaching legend made his way into the Final Four as Mike Krzyzewski and Duke pulled away late from Baylor to win 78-71 in Houston. Coach K got 29 points from Nolan Smith and 20 more from backcourt mate Jon Scheyer as Duke clinched its first Final Four in six years. The Blue Devils are the lone No. 1 seed to reach the Final Four.

In a tournament dominated to this point by unpredictability — just take a look at the bracket — who will have the edge in Indianapolis is anybody's guess.