Rothstein: The top-ranked Wildcats add some fresh faces to a talented core, but keep an eye on Kansas.
The big man who started late because of academics has shown flashes but will put off NBA dreams at least another year.
As the season ends, let's look back at the best images from the final three games.
Jermaine Lawrence (Cincinnati), Mo Alie-Cox (VCU), Cat Barber (NC State), Kasey Hill (Florida) and Zak Irvin (Michigan) keys to their teams' success.
Mike Krzyzewski's Duke Blue Devils are No. 1 even with the expected losses of Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood. Arizona, Wisconsin, Kansas and Florida round out the top five.
We'll be giving your frequent, informative, maybe even some funny updates as Connecticut and Kentucky play in the 2014 NCAA Tournament championship game.
Kevin Ollie is a second-year head coach but he's making all the right moves. And his ability to adjust on the fly is a big reason why UConn will be playing for the national title.
Florida's loss to Connecticut ended the college career of four very successful seniors.
The best team in this tournament just got bounced, and it wasn't solely because of the play of UConn star Shabazz Napier. He's often been brilliant, but he didn't need to take over Saturday night.
Outclassed, outhustled and outplayed, Florida's guards -- notably Scottie Wilbekin -- are run off the floor by UConn's backcourt. led by Shabazz Napier and Ryan Boatright.

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