It must have been a long 14-years since 1998. Hail to the victors. I'm glad for their fans and for their players. With the talent they have had over the past few years 14 years is a lifetime.
Kentucky Wildcats Wins NCAA National Championship
Published April 03, 2012
Fox News Latino
Davis is gone. Why stay when you can go potentially #1 and no lower than a lottery? Only a fool would pass that up. The problem with Kentucky over the past 3 or 4 years is that they lose so many talented freshmen to the draft.He finally did it.
Despite a rough shooting night by the best of Kentucky's talented freshmen, Anthony Davis, the Wildcats defeated Kansas 67-59 on Monday night to win their eighth national title, and first since 1998.
Davis, who might have had the most dominating six-point night in the history of college basketball, earning the nod as the most outstanding player. Midway through the first half, he was scoreless but still on pace for a triple-double. He finished with 16 rebounds, six blocks, five assists and three steals — and made his only field goal with 5:13 left in the game.
Me? I liked the old days when they had to finish college, all 4 years. Dynasties were built this way, like UCLA.
Calipari may get his wish [hoping]...
http://msn.foxsports.com/collegebask...Orleans-040212He has produced nine first-round picks in the last four drafts with a few more coming. This latest group will have an NCAA title in tow and the everlasting love of a fan base that bleeds basketball.
When it was over, all that Kentucky talent ran to the corner of the court, got in a group huddle and jumped up and down like the kids they really are. Will Calipari coach any of them again?
''What I'm hoping is there are six first-rounders on this team,'' the coach said. ''I'm fine with that. That's why I've got to go recruiting on Friday.''
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