Tom Pennington

NCAA Tournament championship game: Connecticut holds off Kentucky for 2014 title

No. 8 Kentucky surged in the second half against, but No. 7 UConn was too much for the Wildcats to handle. The Huskies are your 2014 NCAA champion.

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The NCAA Tournament title game in pictures

Connecticut throttled Kentucky's potent offense, beating them 60-54 Monday night to win the school's fourth championship.

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NCAA Tournament title game photos

UConn handled Kentucky to win its fourth national championship, with all of them coming since 1999.

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NBA Huskies react to UConn NCAA Tournament win

Some were in the building! Some just made fun of Drake!

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No, Drake didn't quickly swap shirts

THE DRAKE BANDWAGON FANDOM METER does not appear to cover UConn. He appears to be a true loyal Kentucky fan.

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Shabazz Napier wins Most Outstanding Player

Napier capped off a brilliant season with a bang, leading UConn to the national championship and earning Most Outstanding Player honors.

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ONE SHINING MOMENT

Here's your 2014 One Shining Moment video, and WE ALREADY MISS YOU, COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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ONE WHINING MOMENT

For UConn to win, 67 teams had to lose. And weep.

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UConn wins 2014 college basketball title

There would be no Kentucky comeback this time. Shabazz Napier stole the show with 22 points and UConn beat the Wildcats, 60-54, to win their fourth national championship.

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JAMES YOUNG DUNK DOT GIF

BOOOOOOOOOOOM.

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Presidents and Cowboys at the NCAA Championship

Being a former president looks like so much fun.

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UConn edges Kentucky at halftime, 35-31

UConn ran away with the game early, but Kentucky made a furious comeback down the stretch and go into halftime down just four points.

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The full viewing guide for Monday's championship

There will be no shortage of options to follow the showdown between Kentucky and UConn.

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10 things to know about the NCAA title game

Regardless of who wins Monday night, history will be made. What kind of history? Time to educate yourselves.

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The inseparable Harrison twins

As Kentucky gets set to meet UConn for the national championship, the relationship between the brothers who make up the Wildcats' starting backcourt is as strong as ever.

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Finding the best team isn't best for business

Both UConn and Kentucky can be deserving national champions. Neither team is unequivocally the best in college basketball. The divide between the two titles is part of what makes the NCAA Tournament so great.

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How to watch the national championship game live

The showdown between Kentucky and UConn will be streamed online.

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Here's the TV schedule for tonight's championship

Will it be Connecticut or Kentucky cutting the nets down on Monday night?

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Connecticut looks for 4th title in 15 years

The Huskies will attempt to do something that hasn't been done in 40 years.

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Kentucky favored vs UConn in national final odds

Kentucky is favored but UConn bites hard as an underdog. Check the NCAA championship game betting odds and computer pick as the Huskies face the Wildcats.

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