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    Good fight by UCLA, but Florida's defense showed that it can withstand adversity. UCLA's starters did the best they can but this one belongs to Florida as they advance into the Elite Eight.
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    Arizona over SDSU as that rally sparked by Nick Johnson spurned momentum. This is redemption for Johnson as he had an awful first half, but played good when his team was down.
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    Michigan is now looking likely to end Tennessee's run at the tournament.
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    Tennessee fought but Michigan escaped from an almost upset. A good rally by the Vols as they bow out of the elite 8 albeit a controversial call by the end game. Michigan almost collapsed here.

    Meanwhile, UCONN deferred to DeAndre Daniels and the latter delivered them to a final four appearance. Shabazz Napier despite shooting well, was kind enough to give the ball to Daniels. Sterline performance there.
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    Michigan State escaping a potential upset from Virginia. Amazing that Virginia was not routed as the offense was limited to Joe Harris and Malcolm Brogdon, who did not shoot very well but thrived in free-throws. Harris shot a bit better but forced a couple of threes in this game. Brandon Dawson of the Spartans was all hustle, wingman turned into bigman for this game.
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    Nick Johnson, Doug McDermott, Shabazz Napier, Jabari Parker and Russ Smith are 2014 Consensus All-America 1st team.
    McDermott is The Sporting News PoY besides being the national scoring leader.
    Andrew Wiggins is on All-American 2nd team.

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    Doug McDermott selected PoY by AP.
    Wichita State Gregg Marshall is Coach of the Year.
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    Good first half for Shabazz Napier as they raced to an early lead midway into the first half, but defensive lapses and unforced errors allowed Kentucky to mount their pressure counter-offensive. Kentucky shot poor in the first half but since have hustled to get back into the game. 35-31 UCONN.
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    Congratulations to UCONN for winning over Kentucky. That makes it the 4th NCAA title for the school. With this, Shabazz Napier could be NBA draft bound.
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    Another honor for Doug McDermott, awarded as Wooden College PoY.
    He was followed in the final race by Jabari Parker and Russ Smith.

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    Kansas with two more minutes.

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