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Did the University of Connecticut’s 53-41 victory over Butler make for the lowest-scoring championship game ever? It has to have been one of the most boring.

Monday’s title game was the lowest-scoring since 82 total points were scored in 1949 when Kentucky beat Oklahoma State 46-36. The Bulldogs set a record for offensive futility, making only 18.8 percent of their shots from the field Monday, the lowest percentage ever in a championship game.


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