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Seventh-seeded Connecticut and eighth-seeded Kentucky meet Monday night in one of the unlikeliest NCAA championship games ever.
All those Kentucky freshmen against a Connecticut team already with a few championship rings.
Kentucky's James Young kept his fellow freshmen in the game, his grit on defense only overshadowed by his scoring spurts that answered every salvo from Wisconsin.
The Wildcats upset the #2-seed Badgers with yet another clutch shot by Aaron Harrison.
Connecticut and Kentucky couldn't have met in last year's championship game and few people gave them a chance to be in this year's.
One and Dones?
The question was for any of the five freshmen sitting alongside Kentucky coach John Calipari, which gave all of them the opportunity to zone out.
As far as John Calipari is concerned, 'One and Done' is old news at Kentucky.
Whether they're setting up game-winning shots or hitting them, Andrew and Aaron Harrison have become the maestros orchestrating Kentucky's unexpected run to the Final Four.