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NCAA Championship Game – Gonzaga vs. Baylor

Bulldog and Hoops = 73 Ordinal

Bulldog Hoops coach Mark Norman Few will attempt to lead the Gonzaga Bulldogs to the first Perfect Season in almost five decades against Baylor.

"Mark Norman Few" = 73 (Reverse Reduction)

"Gonzaga Bulldogs" = 73 (Single Reduction)

Perfect, Season, and Baylor all = 73 Ordinal

"Perfect record" = 73 (Full Reduction)

In the semifinals, Gonzaga defeated UCLA, whose last perfect season was in ‘73.

Tom Brady recently went 7-3 in Super Bowls
73 is the 21st Prime number
This is the year ‘21


Indiana Hoosiers

Gonzaga = 71 and 118, Baylor Bears = 71 and 118

If Gonzaga beats the Baylor Bears on Monday, the date written 4/5, they would become the first team in 45 years to finish an NCAA Men’s Basketball season with an undefeated record.

The last team to do it was the Indiana Hoosiers. This year’s entire NCAA tournament has taken place in the state of Indiana.

"NCAA" = 45 (Jewish)

Hoosiers = 45 in both Reduction methods

Gonzaga’s opponent, Baylor University, was established in the year 45. Their team name is the Bears, which sums to 45. The 45th Prime number is 197.

"Bears" = 45 (English Ordinal)

"Baylor University" = 197 (Reverse Ordinal)

Their coach Scott Drew was born in 1970.

Gonzaga is named after Aloysius Gonzaga, whose name was changed to Robert just before his death. Baylor is named after Robert Baylor. Los Angeles’s viral headline read BANKED ROBBERY after UCLA lost to Gonzaga in the Final Four, perhaps a nod to the Robert riddle.

In my last post, I pointed out how the BANKED ROBBERY headline from the LA Times may be connected to the North Hollywood shootout, which was the result of a Bank Robbery just outside of LA. That incident fell exactly 8800 days before last night’s game:

"Indiana University" = 88 (Full Reduction)

The 88th Prime number is 457

To be exact, the Championship game will be 45 years, 7 days after Indiana’s perfect season concluded:


Records

Baylor Bears and Sacrifice both = 46

The 46th Prime number is 199

Mark Norman Few = 199 and 1273

If Mark Norman Few defeats the Baylor Bears, they will fall to 27-3 on the season.


Gonzaga University is a Jesuit college. A win on Monday night in their final game would give them 32 wins on the year.

Mark Few and Christ both = 32

The Son of God is represented astrologically by the Sun, whose magic square sums to 666:

Perfection = 666 Sumerian, Gonzaga Bulldogs = 999 Jewish

Baylor coach Scott Drew is the brother of Bryce Drew, another son of former basketball coach Homer Drew. Bryce, known for his game-winning shot in the 1998 tourney, now coaches at Grand Canyon University. 1998 is 666×3.

"Grand Canyon" = 666 (Jewish)

"Hoosiers" = 1666 (Squares)

666 days is 95 weeks.

"Six hundred sixty-six" = 95 (Full Reduction)

The Championship game is being played on the 95th day of the year, leaving 270 on the calendar. These numbers are the opposite of the founding date of the Society of Jesus, which was established on the 270th day of the year, leaving 95 on the calendar.


Scott Drew

The Championship game is being played a span of 227 days after the anniversary of Scott Drew’s hiring date, and it would be his 227th career loss:

Drew will be coaching his 618th career game 6 years, 18 days before his next birthday:

"Baylor coach" = 618 (Jewish)

Scott Drew graduated from Butler University, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana, where this year’s tournament is being held.


Drew is currently 50 years old. A loss would give Gonzaga an Undefeated season on a date with Primary numerology of 50:(4) + (5) + (20) + (21) = 50

"Drew" = 50 (English Ordinal)

"Undefeated" = 50 (Reverse Reduction)


Scott Drew was born on the 23rd day of the month, on a date with Reduced numerology of 23:1+0 + 2+3 + 1+9+7+0 = 23

Scott and Drew both = 23

He became the head coach at BU in 2003
He’s trying to give Gonzaga their 23rd Tourney loss

"BU" = 23 Ordinal

Scott Drew used to be the head coach at Valparaiso, where his father Homer Drew also coached. During Homer’s time there, Scott’s brother Bryce made a famous buzzer-beater in the 1998 tournament.

23 years, 23 days before his brother will coach the title game:

Shoot = 23, Buzzer beater = 2300

Bryce Drew is now the head coach of Grand Canyon University. This just happens to be Grand Canyon’s first year in the NCAA tournament. They were knocked out in the first round.

St. Gonzaga died in 1591 at the age of 23

Following Grand Canyon’s loss in the first round, one of their players, a 23-year-old, died on the 23rd day of the month:Grand Canyon University's Oscar Frayer Dies in Car Crash at Age 23

"Grand Canyon" = 666 (Jewish)

666 days is 95 weeks

"Six hundred sixty-six" = 95 (Full Reduction)

Consider Bryce drew’s buzzer-beater is called “The Shot“. Gonzaga reached this year’s Championship game on a buzzer-beater. Monday’s Championship falls on the 95th day of the year:

"The Shot" = 95 (English Ordinal)

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