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Who scored the most points in a Men's NCAA Final Four Basketball Game?

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Austin Carr for ND Austin Carr scored 61 points vs. Ohio University in an NCAA game, but it was not a Final Four game. Bill Bradley has the record: 58 points vs. Wichita State in 1965.

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