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UConn wins national championship

A year ago, they weren't even eligible to compete in the NCAA tournament. On Monday night, the Connecticut Huskies won it -- the program's fourth national championship in just five Final Four appearances -- by beating the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54. This impressive run capped off the career of star guard Shabazz Napier and marked the arrival of second-year head coach Kevin Ollie. Does this win make Connecticut a historically great program? How would you grade the tournament overall?

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  • Is Connecticut men's basketball (5 Final Fours, 4 championships) a historically great program?

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      46%
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      40%
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      14%

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  • How would you sum up the 2014 national championship game?

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      81%
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      19%

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  • How do you feel about Connecticut winning the NCAA tournament?

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      55%
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      14%
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      31%

    Discuss (Total votes: 25,850)

  • Which coach would you rather have?

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      40%
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      60%

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  • Where does Connecticut's 2014 national championship run rank among the most surprising of all time?

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      20%
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      22%
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      24%
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      21%

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  • What is Shabazz Napier's NBA future?

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      10%
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      32%
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      38%
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      16%
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      4%

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  • How would you grade the 2014 NCAA tournament?

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      48%
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      32%
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      12%
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      4%
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      4%

    Discuss (Total votes: 140,880)

  • How would you grade your bracket?

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      9%
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      15%
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      23%
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      19%
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      34%

    Discuss (Total votes: 21,630)

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