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Final Four 2014: UConn upsets No. 1 Florida in Final Four

The UConn Huskies and Kentucky Wildcats will meet in the title game on Monday night.

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UConn will struggle to repeat

If DeAndre Daniels foregoes his senior season to join Shabazz Napier in the NBA, the Huskies may have an even tougher road to a championship next season.

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Here's an updated bracket with UConn-UK matchup

Just one game remains before someone cuts down the nets in Arlington. Here is SB Nation's printable bracket in case you need a fresh one after three crazy weeks of action.

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Kentucky wins another wild game, heads to final

Another Kentucky game, another crazy finish. Aaron Harrison drained a three-pointer with seconds to go to send the Wildcats to the championship game.

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Internet = confused by team-specific announcer

There are homer announcers on two stations that are supposed to be homers. People on the internet are BAFFLED by this phenomenon.

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Halftime update: Badgers lead, 40-36

Kentucky made a late surge at the end of the half, but Wisconsin still leads by four points at halftime.

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Marcus Lee finishes an alley-oop vs. Wisconsin

Marcus

Freshman forward Marcus Lee barely played most of the season. Must be nice to have that kind of size and athleticism on the bench.

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UConn sends Florida packing, 63-53

UConn was the last team to beat Florida three months ago. They did it again in the Final Four, sending the Gators home and advancing to the National Championship Game.

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Halftime update: UConn leads Florida, 25-22

UConn erased an early 12-point deficit to take a 25-22 lead into the locker room.

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the laaaand of THE FRAYYYYYYYY -- Chris Daughtry

The National Anthem at the Final Four is haunted by The Fray. Did that joke just go... over your head?

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Patric Young's big block

Patricblock

You're going to have to do more than that to get a shot past Patric Young.

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You can rent binoculars to watch the Final Four

Just watch the giant screen. Or stay home.

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Final Four schedule: UConn vs. Florida

The Huskies and Gators have combined to win five of the last 15 national championships. One will move a step closer to another title.

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Final Four: X-factors to watch

By now we all know Scottie Wilbekin, Shabazz Napier and Frank Kaminsky. But who are the x-factors that could lead their team to victory in Dallas?

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Final Four schedule: Wisconsin vs. Kentucky

The Wildcats and Badgers take the court about 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first semifinal game from AT&T Stadium.

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How the Final Four teams ended up here

Take a look at the path each team took to get to the Final Four.

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Final Four schedule: Semifinals set for Saturday

Florida and UConn play first on Saturday night with Kentucky and Wisconsin handling the nightcap.

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2014 Final Four: Printable bracket

While 64 out of 67 games have already been played, the three most important contests of the NCAA Tournament happen in Dallas. Get your updated, printable bracket here.

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