No. 7 Connecticut will face No. 8 Kentucky for the 2014 NCAA championship on Monday night after the blue-blood schools emerged victorious in the Final Four, but there were more than just two winners and two losers on Saturday night at AT&T Stadium.
The first game between Connecticut and Florida was an even bigger blowout than we were expecting—and it was the underdog that pulled off the 10-point upset! What an incredible tournament run it has been for Kevin Ollie, DeAndre Daniels and the rest of the Huskies.
And the second game of the night was Kentucky's fourth consecutive instant classic. In 18.5 months when he's old enough to do so, Aaron Harrison will never be paying for a drink in Lexington again.
Here are the rest of your winners and losers from the Final Four.