Last night, the Huskies cut down the nets in Dallas after beating Kentucky 60-54 to win the school’s fourth national championship. Consider that Kentucky needed four straight late escapes to reach the final and you get a sense for what kind of Tournament this was.
Tony Romo is typically the star when appearing at the home of the Cowboys, AT&T Stadium. But for Monday night’s National Championship game, Romo was overshadowed by a presidential presence.
Sundance Square in Fort Worth had been hosting several Final Four festivities. But now, workers have just two days to prepare the space for the Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival.
Turn off the lights. The game is over. Connecticut won. But organizers across North Texas hope to do it again and again, already looking ahead to the next big event.
One by one, players in the Kentucky locker room said essentially the same thing. They had not given the NBA a second thought, much less a first, during their stirring Final Four run.
Yeah, UConn won the National Championship game over Kentucky’s incredible freshmen 60-54. It was a thrilling game, but the fans of basketball were the real winners.
Jerry Jones built the massive room in Arlington to host the biggest parties in the world, and record breaking numbers of NCAA basketball fans showed up to party.
Shabazz Napier scored 22 points and Connecticut won its second NCAA title in four years, beating all those Kentucky freshmen 60-54 in the championship game on Monday night.
Kentucky was down by 15 points. They had only scored half as many points that UConn had in the first half. It appeared to be game over for the Wildcats. But, not so fast.
Caught up with UCONN mascot Jonathan the Husky deep in the bowels of AT&T Stadium in Arlington before the NCAA Championship game.
Bill Walton joins the Ben and Skin Show live from Radio Row in Arlington to talk about the Final Four and the National Championship game tonight at AT&T Stadium.
A trio of teenaged Texans is hoping to lead the Kentucky Wildcats to the NCAA Championship tonight in Arlington.