In this March 27, 1939 photo, provided by the University of Oregon Archives, Oregon's Bobby Anet (right) is presented the trophy by Big Ten Commissioner John Griffith (left) after Oregon defeated Ohio State 46-33 in the NCAA’s first tournament championship game in Evanston, Ill. Ohio State All-American Jimmy Hull (center) looks on. Oregon is playing in the Final Four once again this weekend.
In this March 27, 1939 photo, provided by the University of Oregon Archives, Oregon's Bobby Anet (right) is presented the trophy by Big Ten Commissioner John Griffith (left) after Oregon defeated Ohio State 46-33 in the NCAA’s first tournament championship game in Evanston, Ill. Ohio State All-American Jimmy Hull (center) looks on. Oregon is playing in the Final Four once again this weekend. University of Oregon Archives via The Associated Press
In this March 27, 1939 photo, provided by the University of Oregon Archives, Oregon's Bobby Anet (right) is presented the trophy by Big Ten Commissioner John Griffith (left) after Oregon defeated Ohio State 46-33 in the NCAA’s first tournament championship game in Evanston, Ill. Ohio State All-American Jimmy Hull (center) looks on. Oregon is playing in the Final Four once again this weekend. University of Oregon Archives via The Associated Press

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