So, outside of the UConn and Kentucky fans reading this, who actually picked these two teams to face off for the NCAA Basketball Tournament Championship?
Yeah, thought so.
Semi-Final Saturday provided some good drama and some pretty good (for the most part) basketball in the largest venue ever to host the tournament.
The first game was a slugfest.
Connecticut outslugged the top seeded team in the tournament, Florida 63-53. The game featured two teams known for their defense and that was a reason the game was so low scoring.
Four Huskies, lead by DeAndre Daniels with 20, scored in double figures as UConn led a good portion of the game. The Gators couldn't get closer than 6 points down the stretch and in the end, the Huskies pulled away.
Oddly enough, UConn a #7 seed, was seeded higher than the team they'll face Monday night in Jerry World, the Kentucky Wildcats.
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And your other finalist, Kentucky.
Nobody is sure why the Wildcats were a #8 seed with all the talent on the court other than the fact they underachieved during the regular season.
But when it counted in March, they were good. Very good.
UK got all they wanted and more against a game Wisconsin team but in the end, it was a Harrison twin that was the difference.
The most clutch guy on the team did what he's done all month long, hit game winning 3-pointers.
This time, with 5.7 seconds left and a hand squarely in his face, Aaron Harrison got a swing pass from brother Andrew and drilled a 3-pointer giving Kentucky a 74-73 win.
All we will say from here is Monday night should be quite the spectacle as two unlikely teams square off for College Basketball's biggest title.
Your Kentucky/Wisconsin highlights from CBSSports.com: