Oh, buoyant!The UConn Huskies beat Kentucky to keep UCLA 3 ahead of the Wildcats in the battle for most NCAA Basketball Championships ever (11-8), 2 days after the not-husky-at-all USC Song Girls raise a million dollars for physically-challenged student-athletes, thereby raising the Spirits of everyone with a heart

UConn beat the Con Man, all to the benefit of UCLA.  The Bruins are the all-time leaders in NCAA Basketball Titles with 11 Banners, but the University of Kentucky has 8, and was in the Finals against the University of Connecticut on Monday night, as a 3-point favorite.  The Wildcats boast a starting 5 that is comprised of all Freshman Phenoms, and are coached by the sleazy John Calipari, who has been caught cheating at both of his previous coaching stops.

Calipari embodies what is wrong with today’s College Basketball scene — embracing the one-and-done mentality, at the expense of the “student-athlete.”  Despite being seeded 8th, Kentucky progressed to the Title Game.  It wasn’t easy, as big comebacks and last-second shots were required for them to survive in most of their games.  And it didn’t get any easier on Monday night, as the Cats fell behind 30-15 in the 1st Half.

Calipari’s young superstars didn’t quit, battling back to within one point of the Huskies.  But they never got over the hump, as UConn led wire-to-wire and won it 60-54. UConn is the first 7-seed to ever win the National Championship, but it’s being written that Calipari refused to congratulate the Huskies, instead apparently blaming his team’s youth, nerves, and inexperience, like he did at Halftime.  At least now when his probably-illegal recruiting practices get exposed, they won’t have to vacate a CHAMPIONSHIP.

Speaking of Champions, the USC Song Girls are once again to be commended, for stripping down to bikinis, all in the name of Charity.  On Saturday, they jumped into the pool for a relay race, as Trojan Football players pushed the girls on innertubes back and forth across the pool, all to raise money for seriously-injured athletes who want (and deserve) to attend college despite their undeserved disabilities.

Below are 43 more photos from the event.  The first 50 shots were published here on Sunday; Today’s collection is batch #2 (of 3).

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