ARLINGTON, Texas -- No, this was not an instant replay, though it certainly is turning into a highlight reel Kentucky and Aaron Harrison could get used to watching over and over again. Larry Johnson Jersey . Harrison took a pass from his twin brother, Andrew, spotted up from NBA range and watched the ball rattle in for the lead with 5.7 seconds left to lift the Wildcats to a 74-73 victory Saturday night over Wisconsin in the Final Four. "You cant be scared to miss, and you want to be that guy that wants to take the big shots," Aaron Harrison said. Its the third straight game the Kentucky freshman has made a 3 for the go-ahead points in this magical ride for the Wildcats (29-10), and the second straight time the pass has come from his brother for a shot from the left centre of the arc. Traevon Jackson had a last-second shot to try to beat the Wildcats, but the desperation jumper rimmed out and once again Harrison found himself at the bottom of a dog pile at centre court. Eighth-seeded Kentucky will play seventh-seeded UConn in the final Monday -- the highest seed total to play for the title since they started putting numbers by the names back in 1979. "I know how good they are, but I dont know how they play," Kentucky coach John Calipari said of his next opponent. Wisconsin (30-8) set a Final Four record by going 95 per cent from the free-throw line -- 19 for 20. But it was that one miss that cost the Badgers. Jackson got Andrew Harrison to jump into him while attempting a 3-pointer with 16.4 seconds left. His first free throw rimmed out, and -- after he made the next two -- Wisconsin had a 73-71 lead and Kentucky had the ball. Any doubt where it was going? Against Louisville in the regional semifinal, Aaron Harrison was open in the corner when Julius Randle found him. He hit the go-ahead 3 with 39.1 seconds left on the way to a 74-69 win. Two nights later, there were 2.3 seconds on the clock and Harrison was a few steps over to the left when he took the pass from his brother. The ball clanged in and he trotted backward and pumped his hands in the air. A few minutes later, he was hugging his mom in the stands. "It never comes down to just one possession," Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said. "It was right there for them, its just the other team had one possession better." James Young led Kentucky with 17 points and Randle finished with 16, but only five boards to snap his string of three straight double-doubles. But Kentucky had an answer for Wisconsins do-everything 7-footer, Frank Kaminsky, who was held to eight points and five rebounds. Ben Brust and Sam Dekker had 15 each for the Badgers, who came up a game short of their first appearance in the final since 1941. Instead, its Kentucky going for its ninth national title and second in three years, with an almost completely rebuilt roster from 2012. Its the way Calipari does it, like it or not. His star during this run: Aaron Harrison, who has first-round potential, though it wont be his final numbers in this game -- eight points, three rebounds -- that will impress the scouts as much as his final shot. Trent Green Jersey . - A week after a late-game debacle on defence, the Pittsburgh Steelers showed they can finish. Byron Pringle Jersey . Leave it to Matt Niskanen, the newly proclaimed Eddie Haskell of the Washington Capitals. http://www.customchiefsjersey.com/custom-terrell-suggs-jersey-large-1296n.html . In the second game of their day/night doubleheader at Minneapolis, three Blue Jays pitchers, Steve Delabar, Sergio Santos and J.The Wayward TalentClassic example: Randy MossThis years candidate: Colt LyerlaThe Wayward Talent tantalizes and terrifies NFL scouts all at once. They salivate over what he can do on the field, but they have concerns over whats happened off the field. In the 1998 draft, teams were so terrified of Randy Moss criminal record that they would forgo drafting a 66" receiver who could run a sub 4.4 40-yard dash. Moss fell to the Vikings, and the rest his history. Tight end Colt Lyerla may not be quite as talented, but he possesses some very impressive measurable and is alarmingly athletic [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOMDbl58wJ0]. At 64" and 242lbs, Lyerla ran a 4.61 40-yard dash—which is elite for a tight end that size. Prediction: 4th round. Unfortunately for Lyerla, his arrest for cocaine possession is going to affect his draft day stock. But his talent will likely make him an NFL fixture for quite some time as long as he cleans up his act. The Super-Skilled "Slacker" Classic example: Calvin JohnsonThis years candidate: Jadeveon ClowneyThe prospect with the surplus of skill typically has an off-the-charts 40-yard dash (in this case, 4.53), and sets a record of some sort (South Carolina University record for 13 sacks). In some cases, this potential draftee comes with supposed "work ethic issues" (perhaps lacking competition all your life inevitably leads to some slacking). Such is the case with Jadeveon Clowney. Despite his mind-blowing measurables, many prognosticators are calling for him to fall in the draft.Prediction: Goes 5th overall after a team close to the playoffs trades up to take him. His rumoured lack of work ethic will be mitiggated by the fact that hes a defensive end—a position that requires the exact combo of height, speed, and power that Clowney possesses. Buck Buchanan Jersey. . The System Quarterback Classic example: Tim CouchThis years candidate: AJ McCarrronIn college, the System Quarterback evolves into the product of a scheme put in place by the coaching staff. Legendary flameout Tim Couch couldnt hack it in the NFL because his one-read Air Raid offense at Kentucky didnt prepare him for the complicated offenses of the NFL. This year we have AJ McCarron, who won two national championships on the back of Nick Sabans iron-clad defense. Prediction: A 6th round selection, followed by a largely forgettable career as a backup QB. Every shot of McCarron toting a clipboard on the sideline will be accompanied by a shot of his fiancée Katherine Webb—followed of course by a breathless Brent Musberger. The Inspirational StoryClassic example: Michael OherThis years candidate: Marqise LeeThe Inspirational Story is based on an individuals unlikely path to NFL stardom. Like Michael Ohers story, as recounted in The Blind Side, Marqise Lee took the hard road to the NFL. Growing up, he spent time living on motel room floors, couches, and foster homes, narrowly avoiding gangs, and eventually begging his way into a prep school known for its athletics program.Now hes officially ready for the big time. Prediction: Late first round, to a playoff team like the New Orleans Saints, where Lee will take his inspirational story to the next level. Tune in for the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft today (Thursday, May 8) at 8 p.m. ET on TSN2 & TSN GO. Follow along with every pick on TSN.ca. ' ' '