of UConn Huskies They finished the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament with a 76-59 win. San Diego State to win the program’s fifth national title – since 1999 – and first under head coach Dan Hurley.
As confetti rained down and players and coaches cut down the nets at NRG Stadium in Houston, social media reacted to the Huskies’ victory as former UConn legends like Ray Allen and Kemba Walker celebrated courtside like proud fans.
Here are the top moments from around the internet as UConn climbs to the top of the mountain again.
One of the best races ever?
Is UConn now a blue blood?
fairy tale Duke Head coach Mike Krzyzewski had thought ahead.And after the Huskies’ victory, many on social media agree.
All Huskies in Houston…
…and back home at Storrs!
UConn women’s basketball star Paige Bookers and her teammates were also celebrating the men’s team’s success.
UConn legends in the house!
Kemba Walker, Ray Allen, Caron Butler, Emeka Okafor, Rip Hamilton and Rene Montgomery were just a few of the UConn Royals who watched the season win.
As he caught all the competition, actor Bill Murray was on hand to support his son, UConn assistant coach Luke Murray.
Green Bay Packers Running back Aaron Jones And his brother, Alvin Jones, was in the building to root for their cousin’s Huskies guard. Tristan Newton.
And she just finished her own national championship. LSU Women’s basketball star Angel Reese showed love to her cousin, the UConn guard. Jordan HawkinsRetweeting a post from the official March Madness account.
Of course, there was no bigger family than the Harleys. Dan’s father, Bob, is a legendary high school basketball coach and older brother, Bobby, who won two NCAA championships for Duke and is now the star point guard. Arizona StateThe head coach was filled with pride along with the rest of his family as it was time to celebrate with Daniel on the court.
Even Dan Hurley’s son, walk Andrew HarleyHe and his father were national champions and dunked the ball.
Dan Hurley calls the shots!
In January 2020, a quote from Harley went viral – because of how accurate it sounds now.
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