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NCAA unveils new Final Four logo

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INDIANAPOLIS -

Indianapolis already preparing for the Men's Final Four - the one in 2015.

The NCAA unveiled the logo for the 2015 Final Four, which will be played in April at Lucas Oil stadium.

It will be the seventh time Indianapolis has hosted the national championship, tying with New York City for the second most.

What makes 2015 special is it marks the 75 years since the NCAA first hosted the tournament at Hinkle Fieldhouse.

"The Final Four is very special to this community. Everyone in the community embraces it and loves it and to have the 75th is even more important to us because there are a lot of great historical things we can do and a lot of great basketball celebrations, so we're very excited about it," said Indiana Sports Corp's Allison Melangton.

Indianapolis will also host the 2014 Midwest Regional and the 2016 Women's Final Four.

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