5 Bold Predictions For No. 2 Villanova vs. No. 2 Oklahoma In Final Four

By RantSports Staff

We are down to the final four teams in the 2016 NCAA tournament, and just like the regular season, college basketball is still wide open.

Villanova will take on Oklahoma in one Big Dance matchup, and Syracuse will meet up with North Carolina in the other clash. Let’s focus in on the Villanova vs. Oklahoma showdown, though. In the spirit of that, check out these five bold predictions before the two most meaningful games of the season (so far) go down.

Don’t forget, folks — these are called bold predictions for a reason.

5 Bold Predictions For No. 2 Villanova vs. No. 2 Oklahoma In Final Four
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5. Buddy Hield Hits 5 Threes In The First Half

Buddy Hield Hits 5 Threes In The First Half Credit: Getty Images
Does anyone really think this man can be stopped? Not only is Hield being called the best player in the sport, but he has the 25.4 points per game to prove it. Just for the record, Hield sunk eight three-pointers in the Elite Eight.

5. Buddy Hield Hits 5 Threes In The First Half

Does anyone really think this man can be stopped? Not only is Hield being called the best player in the sport, but he has the 25.4 points per game to prove it. Just for the record, Hield sunk eight three-pointers in the Elite Eight.

4. Hield Also Finishes With Yet Another 30-Point Performance

Hield Also Finishes With Yet Another 30-Point Performance Credit: Getty Images
Hield already has two 30-point performances in the dance, so why not another one? He dropped 37 points against the Oregon Ducks last round. That is out-of-this-world impressive. You know, since the Ducks were a No. 1 seed and all.

4. Hield Also Finishes With Yet Another 30-Point Performance

Hield already has two 30-point performances in the dance, so why not another one? He dropped 37 points against the Oregon Ducks last round. That is out-of-this-world impressive. You know, since the Ducks were a No. 1 seed and all.

3. Ryan Arcidiacono Does Everything In His Power To Keep This Game Close

Ryan Arcidiacono Does Everything In His Power To Keep This Game Close Credit: Getty Images
Ryan Arcidiacono is capable of dropping 20 big ones, and that is exactly what he will do in this contest (drop 20 points, that is). The question fans might be wondering: Will that be enough?

3. Ryan Arcidiacono Does Everything In His Power To Keep This Game Close

Ryan Arcidiacono is capable of dropping 20 big ones, and that is exactly what he will do in this contest (drop 20 points, that is). The question fans might be wondering: Will that be enough?

2. The Sooners Have A 10-Point Lead Late In The Game

The Sooners Have A 10-Point Lead Late In The Game Credit: Getty Images
If Hield actually takes over this contest and is the unstoppable force he has been all season long, a 10-point lead late in the game (you know, like in the last two minutes) is a real possibility. Just remember, these squads already played once this season (way back in December), and the Sooners won by the score of 78-55.

2. The Sooners Have A 10-Point Lead Late In The Game

If Hield actually takes over this contest and is the unstoppable force he has been all season long, a 10-point lead late in the game (you know, like in the last two minutes) is a real possibility. Just remember, these squads already played once this season (way back in December), and the Sooners won by the score of 78-55.

1. Oklahoma Clinches Its Spot In The Title Game

Oklahoma Clinches Its Spot In The Title Game Credit: Getty Images
Villanova will be ready to take down Oklahoma this time around, but that doesn’t mean that will actually happen. There are many reasons to believe in this Wildcats team (you don’t just luck your way into the Final Four), but there is one monster reason to believe in Oklahoma, and that reason is Buddy “Player of the Year” Hield.

1. Oklahoma Clinches Its Spot In The Title Game

Villanova will be ready to take down Oklahoma this time around, but that doesn’t mean that will actually happen. There are many reasons to believe in this Wildcats team (you don’t just luck your way into the Final Four), but there is one monster reason to believe in Oklahoma, and that reason is Buddy “Player of the Year” Hield.

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