After 67 incredible games, just two teams, Connecticut and Kentucky, are still alive in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. On Monday night, one of those teams will cut down the nets.
Both of these teams have the look of destiny. After somehow surviving St. Joseph's in the Second Round, UConn has cruised to wins over Villanova, Iowa State, Michigan State and top-seeded Florida. Shabazz Napier continues finding ways to lead the Huskies to victory, and now he's getting some real help from DeAndre Daniels and Ryan Boatright.
The young Wildcats, on the other hand, survived the region of death and defeated then-undefeated Wichita State in the Third Round before eventually beating Wisconsin in a Final Four thriller. If UK somehow wins the title as a No. 8 seed, a statue of Aaron Harrison may just be constructed by the end of the week for his heroics.
In case you have lost track of everything after three weeks of madness, we have a clean, fresh bracket to print off here. Whether it be to tally up points in an office bracket pool or just to take a look back on everything that's happened, this time of year is always bittersweet for college hoops fans. Just 40 minutes remains before a long six-month offseason arrives.