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College basketball not your thing? Not to worry, because if you have any heart whatsoever, you'll still love this sporty Tonight Show clip!

Jimmy Fallon enlisted the help of the Puppy Predictors, an adorable group of seven baby golden retrievers (!), to pick which Final Four team will go on to become the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball National Champions.

"I know it's only Tuesday, but I'm already excited for this weekend. I'll tell you why—because the Final Four is going down this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis," he said. "We have Kentucky vs. Wisconsin [and] Michigan State vs. Duke [the crowd boos]...It's impossible to predict who's gonna win and go all the win—that's how good these teams are. But you're in luck, because when it comes to predicting things, we have a secret weapon, and it's puppies!"

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Puppies, Final Four

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"That's right ladies and gentleman," said the late-night host, walking towards the dogs. "It's time for Puppy Predictors, 2015 Final Four Edition!"

So how do these adorable canines work their magic? "We have seven puppies and four bowls of kibble," Jimmy explained. "Which ever team's bowl gets the most puppies will be crowned the national champs!"

The dogs—Brad Johnson, Kyle McAdams, Mary Kennedy, Ted Mooney, Roger Blain, Lisa Armstrong and Gary Frick. Jr—got a little pre-game pep talk from Jimmy. "Before I release you I need you to listen up...I want clean eating here," he said. "I don't wanna see any peeing here! I don't wanna see any butt-sniffing..."

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Puppies, Final Four

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Gary, in particular, had some trouble staying focused, but Jimmy helped him to get his head in the game. And then, much to the delight of the Tonight Show's aww-ing audience, the puppies were released, running forth to the kibble to make their predictions!

Want to see who the dogs are betting on winning it all? Watch the clip above to find out!

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