The actual NCAA Tournament has been canceled, but we’ve still offered you hardcore college hoops fans the chance to pick upsets and virtually watch your favorite teams advance for the past few weeks. Hopefully, you’ve participated round-by-round, because we’re down to only one final game — Sporting News’ “Missing March Madness” national championship game.Voting goes live on Monday, so make sure you head on over to the main Sporting News Twitter page for the poll! But you probably loved Dayton for the same reasons you loved Gonzaga: Both are brilliant offensive teams. The Zags were No. 1 in offensive efficiency rating at KenPom.com and Dayton was No. 2. Remember these notes from the Elite Eight wrap-up?Dayton has six players averaging at least 22 minutes a game, and three of them have Offensive Ratings above 120 — Toppin (122.4), Jalen Crutcher (121.5) and Ibi Watson (120.5). Two more are over 110 — Trey Landers (119.7) and Ryan Mikesell (114.4).And this:Remember what we just said about Dayton and offensive rating? Check out the Zags: Four regulars over 120, another three at 114 or better. Just so damn deep and talented.Yeah. But Dayton had Obi, and everyone loves Obi. Dayton advances to the title game. Good times. Which two teams are playing for this mythical Sporting News title? Read on and find out.MARCH MADNESS POLLINGDay 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4Final Four ResultsNo. 1 Kansas over No. 3 KentuckyYour vote: Kansas wins, 56.8 percent to 43.2 percentThoughts: The only real surprise here is that the Kentucky contingent didn’t swarm in and swing the vote total with a Twitter campaign to put the Wildcats on top. Or maybe a lot of Kentucky fans — realistic Kentucky fans — did vote, but they voted with their heads and not their hearts. Because even as well as Kentucky played down the stretch, and as well as it apparently played in our Missing March Madness Tournament — the Wildcats knocked off 14-seed Bradley, 11-seed Texas Tech, 2-seed Villanova and 1-seed Baylor to get to the Final Four — this is a really damn good Kansas team.The Jayhawks’ point guard — sensational sophomore Devon Dotson — finished No. 2 in the KenPom player of the year ratings, but most people around the country would say he’s probably not even the most important player in a Kansas uniform. That’s really saying something. Big man Udoka Azubuike would probably get that nod from most experts. The senior 7-footer controls the paint like few big men in the country. He rarely misses inside — he owns the NCAA career record for field-goal percentage at 74.6 percent — and his presence in the paint is effective at deterring offensive plans.MARCH MADNESS POLLINGSweet 16 | Elite EightNo. 1 Dayton over No. 1 GonzagaYour vote: Dayton wins, 59.2 to 40.8Thoughts: This was was much more of a surprising result. Not necessarily that Dayton won the vote — OK, maybe that was a bit of a surprise — but the margin of victory. Gonzaga had been rolling through this tournament with large margins of victory: 92.4 percent over Siena, 90.1 percent over Colorado, 71.9 percent over Auburn and 67.5 percent over Maryland.