March Madness 2014: NCAA Tournament Coverage

The NCAA Tournament title game in pictures

UConn won the fourth NCAA title in school history, all of them coming since 1999

NCAA Tournament title game photos

Connecticut throttled Kentucky's offense en route to a 60-54 win Monday night

Here's an updated bracket with UConn-UK matchup

Just one game remains before someone cuts down the nets in Arlington. Will it be the Huskies or Wildcats winning their second championship in five years?

How Kentucky keeps going

The Wildcats are going to the national championship game thanks to another game-winning shot from Aaron Harrison.

Did Poythress get injured celebrating?

Let's hope the Kentucky forward is OK.

Aaron Harrison bails out Kentucky again

For the third straight game, Aaron Harrison saved Kentucky.

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.

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.

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.

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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