My son and I were there and I agree that it was brutal. I, on the other hand, would do it again in a heartbeat. It was a horrendous game, which would have all been forgotten if the outcome had been right. And, actually, we were up 3 at half and hit a 3 to start the second half, so were up 6 early in the second half. We couldn't hit the ocean with a shot and were still up 6, so I was actually feeling reasonably good at that point. Unfortunately, it went downhill from there as soon as UConn discovered that we couldn't handle their height. It was a big disappointment, but I wouldn't have traded the opportunity to be there for anything. You can't win if you don't play, and you'll never see a great game if you won't go because you're afraid you'll see an ugly one. My son and I have gotten more than our money's worth just from the memories from that weekend, even with the sad outcome to the championship game. What would have been brutal is if we had lost the VCU game. We went on the Butler charter and had to buy tickets to both the semis and the finals, and the return flight wasn't until the morning after the championship game. That would have been a very long weekend if we had lost Saturday evening, not to mention how awful it would have been to lose to VCU.