Ok. Your bracket was busted a long time ago. Your team may or may not have been in the Final Four, but Saturday's slate of games was memorable in plenty of ways.
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The first game saw a matchup between the top-seeded Florida Gators and the 7th-seeded Connecticut Huskies. When the Gators jumped out to a 16-4 lead in the first half, fans on Twitter were already fired up, thinking Florida was on their way to the championship game.
UConn is totally overmatched. Gators D is so impressive.
— (@jonsol) Apr 05 2014
I see LL Cool J behind Florida's bench. He's probably telling the Gators what his Mama told him years ago.
— Myron Medcalf (@MedcalfByESPN) April 5, 2014
Then, the Huskies went on a big run to tie the game and take a 25-22 lead into halftime.
Gators were just up 12 points...UConn just scored 11 points in 2 minutes. Come on Gators #FinalFour
— (@ErinMarie1220) Apr 05 2014
RT @jmoore122195: Looks like UCONN gave the gators a teeth removal they aren't chomping anymore #UCONN #FinalFour
— (@Gmorrisjames) Apr 05 2014
The second half was all UConn as Florida didn't have an answer for Huskies' forward DeAndre Daniels.
Deandre Daniels gonna play himself into the league man
— (@EddyWind_) Apr 05 2014
RT @AdamZagoria: DeAndre Daniels has picked the right time to take his next game to the next level.
— (@Andrew_Canavos) Apr 05 2014
When it was all said and done, the Huskies upset the Gators 63-53 to earn a spot into Monday's title game. Huskies fans in Storrs celebrated the big win.
— Alex Syphers (@alexsyphers) April 6, 2014
But who would UConn face -- the Wisconsin Badgers or the Kentucky Wildcats?
The first half had Wisconsin on top early to the delight of Badgers fans and they even took a 40-36 lead at halftime.
Wisconsin is shooting well from three, but more impressive is its defense and rebounding. Stopping Kentucky from second-chance points.
— (@erick_smith) Apr 05 2014
Wisconsin is tall and really athletic, thus minimizing/equalizing Kentucky's advantages against most teams
— (@CreatorRick) Apr 05 2014
The second half was nip-tuck most of the way, with Wisconsin and Kentucky trading baskets.
Kentucky vs Wisconsin game is crazy
— (@TahaShahid) Apr 05 2014
This Kentucky vs Wisconsin game is AMAZING #FinalFour #UKvsWisconsin
— (@Meselyn) Apr 05 2014
With Kentucky down by 2, the Wildcats called on Aaron Harrison (who's no stranger to game-winning shots in the tourney) and he delivered!!!!!
RT @jadande: Last tweet, Illustrated RT “@stackmack: gorgeous. good lord. RT @jose3030: Aaron Harrison 3 http://twitter.com/jose3030/status/452648700079124481/photo/1”
— (@TrueLastKing) Apr 05 2014
The Wildcats beat the Badgers 74-73 and after the buzzer sounded, Kentucky players mobbed the court and converged in a dog pile. Note to self, never try to be at the bottom of a dogpile, especially if you're one of the team's top players.
RT @BleacherReport: VIDEO: Alex Poythress looked like he hurt his knee during Kentucky's pile-on celebration but he claims he's fine http:/…
— (@buckwheat328) Apr 06 2014
And, of course, Kentucky fans on campus were pretty pleased with the result.
— State Street (@UK_StateStreet) March 30, 2014
Even though their team lost, Wisconsin fans handled it with class.
So, the Wildcats will play the Huskies Monday night in a matchup of two of the highest-seeded teams. Who ya got?