NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 30: A general view of the exterior of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome during practice prior to the 2012 Final Four of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament on March 30, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Final Four 2012: Predictions And Analysis From Radio Row

SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson is in New Orleans for the Final Four, and she caught up with several coaches and media personalities on radio row for predictions and analysis.

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VIDEO: Temple Coach Fran Dunphy Picks Kentucky Over Ohio State

In the latest SB Nation media interview from press row in New Orleans, Amy K. Nelson caught up with Temple coach Fran Dunphy to get his predictions on the Final Four this weekend.

Dunphy hemmed and hawed for a minute, but like seemingly everyone else in the country, he's got Kentucky defeating Ohio State on Monday:

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While he thinks Ohio State/Kansas game should be a doozy, his comment about what game plan Rick Pitino should use in the Kentucky/Louisville game was pretty revealing: "[Pitino] is a great coach whose had his team playing well. I'm sure he will think of something."

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