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Final Four Sites: 2010 - 2016

College basketball's biggest game demands the biggest possible stage

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When March Madness spills over into April and college basketball's last four teams meet, no mere basketball stadium can contain the drama. Only the biggest indoor venues in the country can host the Final Four, and, for the most part, that means NFL stadiums. Here's a look at the venues playing host to the NCAA Tournament's final weekend through the 2015-16 season.

2013: Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Louisville v Wichita State - Georgia Dome 2013
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The home of the Atlanta Falcons is the place to be for the first weekend in April, 2013. Atlanta was also host for the 2007 Final Four.

2014: Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX

Dallas Cowboys New Stadium
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The new home of the Dallas Cowboys -- which opened for the 2009-10 NFL season -- has become a very hot location for basketball's biggest events. In addition to the Final Four in 2014, the Cowboys' new home hosted NBA All Star weekend in 2010.

2015: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

Lucas Oil Stadium
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The Final Four returns to Indy in 2015. I guess that's convenient... the NCAA is headquartered in Indianapolis.

2016: Reliant Stadium, Houston

Reliant Stadium
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The Road to the Final Four in 2016 will, once again, lead to Houston.
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