Dan Hurley received a sideline warning for shoving a player into position during the national final.  

Dan Hurley, who led by 15 points with three minutes remaining in Monday's national championship game, was not about to let up.   

Hurley received a sideline warning for shoving Cam Spencer into place.  

The referee was right close to him when it happened, resulting in UConn's eighth turnover of the game versus Purdue.  

It didn't make much of a difference in the game, though, as the Huskies cruised through the second half with a second consecutive national title in sight.  

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UConn dominated every aspect of this year's NCAA Tournament, culminating in a 75-60 win over Purdue Monday night in Phoenix.   

That elevated the Huskies to the same level as the 2006 and 2007 Florida Gators, headed by Billy Donovan, who won back-to-back national championships.   

Hurley will also join the ranks of John Wooden and Mike Krzyzewski as coaches who have led teams to consecutive championships.  

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