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PHOTO GALLERY: UConn defeats Missouri

Saturday, March 28, 2009 | 11:36 p.m. CDT; updated 11:43 p.m. CDT, Saturday, March 28, 2009
During the final minutes of the game, MU senior forward DeMarre Carroll watches the game from the sidelines. Carroll is one of four seniors who played their last collegiate game on Saturday against the Connecticut Huskies.

The top-seeded Huskies blew an early 11-point lead but survived against the frenetic third-seeded Tigers, who came back to grab a 50-49 lead with 13:35 to play. Leo Lyons, above, and Matt Lawrence each had 13 points for Missouri (31-7), which was denied its first Final Four berth. Four seniors played their last games as Tigers in Glendale, Ariz. on Saturday afternoon.

Jeff Adrien leads the Huskies in a postgame celebration after defeating Missouri in the NCAA West Regional final at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
After fouling out with 62 seconds remaining in the game, MU junior J.T. Tiller walks slowly off the court.
MU guard J.T. Tiller goes up for a jump shot as Connecticut's Kembra Walker defends. Tiller finished the game with eight points and five assists.
Missouri fans cheer on the Tigers during the NCAA regional matchup in Glendale, Ariz. Connecticut beat Missouri 82-75 and will advance to the Final Four in Detroit.
MU guard Zaire Taylor attempts a layup as Connecticut's Stanley Robinson defends the basket. Taylor finished the game with eight points, four assists and two steals. 
Missouri's Matt Lawrence, right, shoots over teammate DeMarre Carroll and the outstretched arms of Connecticut's Stanley Robinson, left, and Hasheem Thabeet on Saturday in the Tigers' 82-75 loss to the Huskies in the NCAA West Regional final.

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