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Kris Jenkins is still making headlines in the 2017 Final Four

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Villanova's National Championship sniper is supporting his brother's squad.

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We know the Kris Jenkins and Nate Britt storyline from last year's National Championship, if you've been following the Tar Heels, you've probably noticed Jenkins following and supporting UNC during their run.

The man from North Carolina’s nightmares is now a UNC fan | New York Post
The North Carolina fan base has a new member, but it remains to be seen if he will be welcomed into the powder blue family. After all, "Kris Jenkins" remains a vulgar phrase in Chapel Hill. The Villanova senior forward is a huge part of North Carolina’s motivation this year, the reason the Tar Heels have stamped this a season of redemption.

Villanova hero supports Tar Heels | Gaston Gazette
A year after piercing North Carolina with the NCAA Tournament’s ultimate dagger, Kris Jenkins has taken a place in the Tar Heels’ corner.

South Carolina, Oregon, Gonzaga and North Carolina make up an eclectic Final Four
This is South Carolina's first trip to the Final Four. Same for Gonzaga. Oregon has been here before, in 1939. Then there's North Carolina, for a 20th time. No, this isn't your normal Final Four.

Georgetown Hoyas Coaching Search: What You Need To Know | Casual Hoya
As the world is now aware, John Thompson III was fired by Georgetown’s Board of Directors on March 23rd. In the days following this news, we previewed a number of possible candidates for the...

Final Four coach's future wife turned him down for a date seven times | Yahoo!
Fear of rejection can be so crippling that it might stop you from asking a person – no matter how much you like them and are almost certain he or she will say yes – to go to dinner. South Carolina head coach Frank Martin knows a little something about rejection. Seven," Martin told reporters after

CBS Columbus affiliate cuts away from North Carolina-Kentucky finish, viewers miss winning shot
Sunday’s Elite Eight matchup between North Carolina and Kentucky was awesome for 39 minutes and 50 seconds. It was even better for the final 10 seconds.

And the Villanova Lady Cats are in the Women's NIT Final Four!