Tonight's Final Four matchup between the South Region champion Villanova and West Region champion Oklahoma seemed like an even matchup before the tip-off. But it was all No. 2 seed Villanova from start to finish, as they blew out the Final Four's only other No. 2 seed Sooners 95-51. The astounding 44-point margin of victory is the largest in Final Four history.

Villanova couldn't miss if they wanted to with a crazy high shooting percentage of 71 percent, 20 percent higher than the Sooners in that category. As if Oklahoma's morale couldn't get any lower during the game, this and-1 dunk play from the Wildcats' Mikal Bridges on a second half fast break pretty much defined who was in control and who was falling off the deep end.

Even though this game was in Houston, it's going to be a long chuckwagon ride home for the Sooners.

Villanova plays against No. 1 seed North Carolina on Monday night for the national championship.

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[via BlackSportsOnline]