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A new college basketball champion has been crowned (and the women's champion will be determined Tuesday night), but our search for the best arena in college basketball is just heating up. After an intense second round that saw more than 22,000 votes cast and some winners determined by just a handful of votes, Facility Madness rolls on.

If you're just joining us, the rules are simple: vote for the college basketball facilities you think are best. We outlined our criteria here. Without any further ado, here are the quarterfinal matchups:

New-School Region

(1) Nebraska's Pinnacle Bank Arena vs. (3) Oregon's Matthew Knight Arena

Pinnacle Bank Arena
Opened: 2013
Capacity: 15,147
Construction Costs: $180 million
Special Features: 36 luxury suites, two private club lounges, high-definition video board, plus home crowds at the new arena helped Nebraska make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998.

Matthew Knight Arena
Opened: 2011
Capacity: 12,364
Construction Costs: $227 million
Special Features: The Matt features the largest hanging scoreboard in college sports and that unmistakable court design.

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Renovated Region

(4) Tennessee's Thompson-Boling Arena vs. (6) SMU's Moody Coliseum

Thompson-Boling Arena
Opened: 1987
Cost: $40 million
Capacity: 21,678
Renovation Year: 2007
Renovation Cost: $35 million
Special Features: 32 new luxury suites, high-definition scoreboard, loge seating, new seats

Moody Coliseum
Opened: 1956
Cost: $2.5 million
Capacity: 7,000
Renovation Year: 2013
Special Features: Expanded lobby and concourse area, club seats, loge boxes, private and group suites, new team offices, locker rooms, meeting space and "Moody Magic," the home court advantage offered by the Mustang faithful. Plus, as one reader took the time to email us, beer and wine are served during games.

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At-Large Region

(8) North Carolina's Dean Smith Center vs. (6) Arkansas' Bud Walton Arena

Dean Smith Center
Opened: 1986
Construction Costs: $33.8 million
Capacity: 21,750
Special Features: In recent years the "Dean Dome" has stayed up to date adding new seats, renovated offices, locker rooms and weight training areas, a new lighting and sound system and ribbon boards.

Bud Walton Arena
Opened: 1993
Construction Costs: $30 million
Capacity: 19,368
Special Features: The arena is home to an Arkansas athletics museum, has 47 luxury suites, ribbon boards and an HD video scoreboard.

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Old-School Region

(4) Indiana's Assembly Hall vs. (6) Butler's Hinkle Fieldhouse

Assembly Hall
Opened: 1971
Capacity: 17,472
Construction Costs: $26.6 million
Special Features: A new video board was added in 2005 and by next year, Assembly Hall would qualify for our "Renovated Region," as the facility is currently undergoing a $40 million renovation to update the concourse area.

Hinkle Fieldhouse
Opened: 1928
Capacity: 10,000
Construction Costs: $750,000
Special Features: Nothing says "old-school" like being a National Historic Landmark, which Hinkle is.

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