The Final Four tips off this weekend with a little bit of surprise. Three blue bloods, who most people were picking to make it to San Antonio will be there, but one Cinderella has managed to slip through as well. This NCAA Tournament has lived up to the name of March Madness so far and has shown that using logic won't end well at all, looking at you Virginia. Loyola-Chicago, Michigan, Villanova, and Kansas will all be taking the floor. Choosing a Villanova vs. Michigan championship game makes all the sense in the world, but don't forget that it's March.

This has the been the basketball season of what will happen next, and it's time to find out.

Loyola and Michigan got hot at the right time

Maybe everybody should have known Loyola was for real when they went to Gainesville and knocked off the number five team in the nation back in December. We definitely knew they were meant to be here with three buzzer-beaters in the first three rounds of the tournament. When Loyola and Michigan face off Saturday, it really feels like these two are the hottest teams remaining. Together, they boast a 27-game winning streak and both have found the shooting stroke in the tournament. Michigan has shown they can overpower you on offense, ask Texas A&M, or can grind out games like they did against Florida State.

This is the most versatile team John Beilein's ever had. This game may come down to getting one stop in an offensive centered game.

Kansas's San Antonio Luck

It's been exactly 10 years since Kansas hoisted the trophy, in the same city, and same building as this year's Final Four. The Alamodome will always be a special place to Bill Self and will look to use it to his advantage.

It won't be an easy task as they come up against a solid Villanova team, maybe better than the national champion team from two years ago. Villanova could possibly win the title and Jalen Brunson could pick up the National Player of the Year award, which doesn't happen often at all. Kansas will have to shoot much better from deep, 36 percent on 36 attempts won't get it done, as they did against Duke.

Malik Newman will look to have another big game as he continues to boost his draft stock.

Unexpected Most Outstanding Player

Obviously, if it was possible, national rockstar Sister Jean would be a no-brainer for the award. Just look how good she looks with the backward hat look.

The Most Outstanding Player isn't who people often expect. Tyus Jones for Duke in 2015 and Luke Hancock for Louisville in 2013, two players that had future NBA players on their team but still outshone them. Mo Wagner, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, and Charles Matthews often get all the attention on this deep Michigan squad, but sophomore guard Zavier Simpson might be their most important player.

Simpson is the leader on the defensive end and does all the dirty work but is more than capable on the offensive end when given the chance as well. He is the engine of this versatile Michigan team and always comes up big when his team needs him most. Expect him to have a breakout Final Four while putting him on NBA scouts' radars, especially if he leads them to a national championship.