Game Recap: Crusher

Traevon Jackson (USA Today Sports)

Despite 15 points from Ben Brust and Sam Dekker, Wisconsin was done in by Aaron Harrison's game-winning three-pointer with 5.7 seconds left, propelling No.8 Kentucky over No.2 Wisconsin, 74-73, in the national semifinals Saturday night.

No.8 Kentucky 74, No.2 Wisconsin 73

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