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Dienhart's Rapid Reaction: Badgers to play for first title since 1941

What a night. Wisconsin got revenge, halted Kentucky’s potential historic undefeated season, and now is just 40 minutes away from its first NCAA title since 1941. [ MORE: Twitter: Badgers react to win | Video: Fans greet Badgers at hotel ] The Badgers, who lost to the Wildcats in last year’s Final Four, handed No. 1 overall seed its first loss of the season in a 71-64 victory in the national semifinals Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s rapid reaction to Wisconsin’s win below. The star: Frank Kaminsky continued to be the “man.” It

Wisconsin downs Kentucky to move on to first national final since 1941

(AP) Nobody ever said they were perfect. Now, the Kentucky Wildcats aren’t undefeated, either. The hard-nosed Wisconsin Badgers did what nobody else could this season – knocking off the Wildcats 71-64 on Saturday night behind 20 points and 11 rebounds from Frank Kaminsky and a clutch comeback down the stretch. Now, instead of Kentucky going for history, it’s Wisconsin heading to the final to play Duke, an 81-61 winner over Michigan State in the earlier – and much less entertaining – semifinal. “It gives us another 40 minutes, I know that,” said Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan, who leads the Badgers

Video: Badgers' Vitto Brown sings National Anthem at Final Four

Wisconsin’s Vitto Brown has performed the National Anthem before, but never on a stage quite like this. [ MORE: Get all of our NCAA tournament coverage ] The reserve sophomore forward represented Wisconsin in the singing of the National Anthem prior to Saturday night’s first national semifinal game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Duke, Kentucky and Michigan State also had a representative singing, but Brown was the lone player among the group. Per usual, Brown, nicknamed “Velvet,” nailed it.

Final Four roundup: Wisconsin ends Kentucky's pursuit of perfection

For the first time since 1941, Wisconsin will play for the national title. The Badgers ended No. 1 overall seed Kentucky’s pursuit of perfection in a thrilling 71-64 victory in the national semifinals Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. In the other national semi, Duke ran away from Michigan State, 81-61. Wisconsin, which lost to Kentucky in last year’s national semis, will take on Duke at 9:18 p.m. ET Monday. Use the links below to track tonight’s action: DUKE 81, MICHIGAN STATE 61: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP Justise Winslow scored 19 points and Jahlil Okafor added 18 to

Final Four boasts impressive collection of successful coaches

National championships, multiple Final Four appearances, impressive won-loss records year after year. Whatever your criteria for deciding the best of the coaches, this year's Final Four group has it.

BTN LiveBIG: Michigan State, Wisconsin show heart on and off basketball court

Grit. Hustle. Ingenuity. Passion. Those are the qualities you find in the heart of a true champion. The Badgers and Spartans have displayed those characteristics on their journey to the 2015 Final Four — the second-straight year they’ve made deep runs in the NCAA tournament. But those traits are hardly limited to those respective basketball teams. They’re regularly seen among the student body, faculty and staff, and alumni of both Wisconsin and Michigan State. When you’re not watching the games today, take a few minutes to read recent examples from BTN LiveBIG of how people from those universities apply talent,