In this April 7, 2014, file photo, Kentucky forward Alex Poythress (22) goes over Connecticut guard Lasan Kromah (20) during the second half of the championship game in the NCAA college baksetball tournament in Arlington, Texas. Connecticut won 60-54. Last year's NCAA Tournament was one for the ages, filled with improbable upsets and wild finishes. With an undefeated team, star players and some great match-ups, this year's version of March Madness could be even better.
In this April 7, 2014, file photo, Kentucky forward Alex Poythress (22) goes over Connecticut guard Lasan Kromah (20) during the second half of the championship game in the NCAA college baksetball tournament in Arlington, Texas. Connecticut won 60-54. Last year's NCAA Tournament was one for the ages, filled with improbable upsets and wild finishes. With an undefeated team, star players and some great match-ups, this year's version of March Madness could be even better. Eric Gay AP
In this April 7, 2014, file photo, Kentucky forward Alex Poythress (22) goes over Connecticut guard Lasan Kromah (20) during the second half of the championship game in the NCAA college baksetball tournament in Arlington, Texas. Connecticut won 60-54. Last year's NCAA Tournament was one for the ages, filled with improbable upsets and wild finishes. With an undefeated team, star players and some great match-ups, this year's version of March Madness could be even better. Eric Gay AP

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