The UConn men have to take care of a little more business before heading to Texas.

The Huskies are practicing at Gampel Pavilion on Tuesday, and will be available for interviews afterward. It should be quite a scene, with far more than the usual media present for this one.

And this is only the beginning.

"These events are a little like Super Bowls," Florida coach Billy Donovan said. "Players have to understand what they are walking into."

The hype will kick into overdrive once the Huskies, who fly to the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Tuesday night, wake up on Wednesday the site of the Final Four, where they will play Florida on Saturday in the national semifinal at 6:09 p.m. at AT&T Stadium.

"We're going to see where it takes us," Kevin Ollie said, after UConn's victory over Michigan State on Sunday. "We play a great Florida team and we're going to be well prepared, because I know about these guys' heart, and that's what got us through, it was a heart of a champion, heart of a lion and I love these guys."