Of all the teams that make up this year's Final Four, the most improbable of the lot is Connecticut. And it's not even close.
Though the Huskies' No. 7 seed was better than fellow national semifinalist Kentucky (No. 8), the expectations surrounding both teams were far different throughout the season. Simply put, UConn never looked like a Final Four contender, at least not until the NCAA tournament began.
But UConn can't just expect to sneak up on opponents any longer. That's impossible with the brightness of the spotlights that accompany a Final Four appearance. Now the Huskies have to outplay and outperform, which is something they did to get to this point.
Connecticut (30-8) faces its toughest test yet, squaring off with top overall seed Florida (36-2) at 5:09 p.m. ET Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
How can the Huskies end the Gators' 30-game win streak? Here's our blueprint for just how UConn can accomplish this difficult task.