The 1984 Division I Men's Basketball Tournament went much like every March Madness. A pool of 53 schools was whittled down to to four in just under a month. By early April, we were left with only Virginia, Houston, Kentucky, and Georgetown. Houston took down Virginia and Georgetown bested Kentucky, making the championship match up a first seed, Georgetown, against a second, Kentucky. It was a battle of greats, for sure. The Hoyas, coached by the late great John Thompson, took the W and future NBA star Patrick Ewing was awarded the Most Outstanding Player. It was Georgetown's first, and so far only, national championship. This vintage Champion Brand 1984 NCAA Final Four jersey, in good condition with some red ink bleed from the print, is a great and stylish piece of sports memorabilia, especially if you're a Hoyas fan. 50% Cotton 50% Polyester.