NCAA printable bracket 2014: Kentucky vs. Connecticut for all the marbles

Tom Pennington

The winner of this game gets a billion dollars from Warren Buffett, right?

Now that 66 teams have been sent home, the country can settle in and watch its dream matchup play for the NCAA championship.

What's that? You only just now found out about Shabazz Napier and the Harrison twins? Shame on you, country.

This game is a case of two teams cresting at the right time. UConn just beat Florida, a feat no SEC team could accomplish a single time this season. The Huskies did it twice. Napier and DeAndre Daniels look like lottery picks, as Daniels went off for 20 and 10 against Florida while playing all 40 minutes and Napier can drop 25 by the time your pre-game popcorn is ready.

Kentucky's freshman starting five is finally jelling, with Aaron Harrison hitting game-winner after game-winner down the stretch. Julius Randle is always gonna move bodies inside and dominate the paint, but Kentucky is at its best when the more scoring-oriented Harrison is getting buckets.

Here is the complete, printable bracket for the NCAA Tournament.

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