Ben Brust and Dekker had 15 each for the Badgers, who came up a game short of their first appearance in the final since 1941.
Instead, it's Kentucky going for its ninth national title and second in three years, with an almost completely rebuilt roster from 2012. It's the way Calipari does it, like it or not, and it hasn't all been easy sailing. The team that was ranked first in the preseason poll fell out of it completely for the start of March Madness.
Only then, did the Wildcats start playing to their potential.
"They know I believe in them. Aaron knows," Calipari said. "If you've watched us, we have a bunch of stars on this team."
Harrison is the biggest of them in this tournament. If he chooses to leave after Monday, he'll have first-round potential, though it won't be his final numbers in this game — eight points, three rebounds — that will impress the scouts as much as his final shot.
"He was smiling, like he knew he was going to make it," Andrew Harrison said. "He's a big-time player. I've never seen anything like it."