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Connecticut's experience trumped Kentucky's youth as the Huskies prevailed with a 60-54 NCAA national championship victory Monday that completed a turnaround for the recently penalized program.Connecticut missed last year's NCAA tournament, banned from the postseason after failing to meet academic standards, but they restored order this season as they surged to a second title in four years.Senior Shabazz Napier, one of three players who were also a part of the 2011 championship team, scored 22 points and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four, which was played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Seventh seed Connecticut and the eighth seeded Wildcats had the highest combined seeding for any two teams to ever play for a national championship.
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