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Watch Kentucky fans' excitement turn into heartbreak in a matter of seconds

Much like last year’s crazy finish to the national title game, college basketball fans were treated to a pair of incredible shots in the game’s waning moments. 100 more words

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De’Aaron Fox stands by his Kentucky teammates in a heartbreaking interview

The side of the NCAA tournament that not many get to see is the losing team’s locker room. And it’s never an easy experience.

Reporters are tasked with asking often inconsolable players who gave everything they had about how their season (or college careers) just abruptly ended. 125 more words

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Kentucky nearly forced overtime by running the same play that haunted John Calipari in 2008

The final minute of North Carolina’s 75-73 Elite Eight win against Kentucky was nothing short of absolutely bonkers.

Just when Kentucky seemed done, North Carolina’s mistakes and the Wildcats’ clutch shooting brought Kentucky right back. 192 more words

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UNC downs Kentucky thanks to the most unlikely game-winner

North Carolina and Kentucky gave us an instant classic in their Elite Eight game that saw UNC win 75-73 after an unreal series of events. Malik Monk hit a shot to tie the game at 73 all, but then hero of the game, Luke Maye responded with a shot of his own. 76 more words

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An Ending, but Not the End

Needless to say, today’s game against Sourh Carolina did not go the way we hoped. While the first half was a well-fought battle, the second half is something that will stay with the players, the coaches, and Gator Nation for the entire off season. 315 more words

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Flights and Games

Here is how impressive flying alongside the Andes is:  I didn’t fall asleep on the plane.

I had a great week at Hacienda Los Andes… 162 more words

South Carolina students are having the most South Carolina Final Four celebration ever

It might sound crazy, but the University of South Carolina sure looks like a basketball school now.

After the Gamecocks’ thrilling 77-70 win over Florida… 143 more words

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