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Donte DiVincenzo has provided a scoring spark off the bench for the Wildcats.
Michigan State officials have provided more information about how the university handled an allegation of sexual assault in 2010, telling Outside the Lines that administrators would "handle it differently" if such an allegation were made today.
Experts rarely agree ... except on this. Nearly all of our experts feel the same way about Monday's title game between Villanova and Michigan.
Villanova has some tournament and polling history on its side in Monday's national title game against Michigan. Does it really matter? The same trends would have correctly picked every champ from 2004 to 2017.
Who will make the difference for Villanova or Michigan in Monday's national title game? It could be anyone. So here's how every key player could have a game to remember.
The Wolverines' pink shoes are more than a fashion statement. They are connected to the team's 14 consecutive victories that have fueled its run to the title game.
Jay Wright gives his players a green light to shoot, and the result has been a relentless attack known for long runs of 3-pointers that turn a close game into a rout. The emergence of freshman big man Omari Spellman gives the Wildcats yet another weapon.
Michigan coach John Beilein said he believes the school will one day officially honor the Fab Five: "We'll get it all together at one time," he said.
Cincinnati junior Jacob Evans will enter the NBA draft, but he is not hiring an agent at this time.
Michigan has made life miserable for opponents all season. In the age of the 3, it's been suffocating defense that has the Wolverines one win from a title. Now, though, comes the biggest test of all: Villanova.
Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt was waiting at the hallway door to give Loyola-Chicago's players a hug and consoling words after their loss to Michigan on Saturday.
The Ramblers ran out of steam in the second half against Michigan and their remarkable run came to an end. They'll leave San Antonio as one of the NCAA tournament's most unlikely success stories.
The drama is out of the NCAA tournament, and that's OK. Because on Monday night, two teams that should be playing for the national title are playing for the national title.
The top-seeded Wildcats, who have been favored in every game this season, opened as a 6.5-point favorite over Michigan in Monday's NCAA tournament final.
Yes, Villanova was raining 3s to roll Kansas and reach the title game. But this wasn't even the Wildcats' best shooting night in the NCAA tournament. It's just Nova being Nova.
Villanova drilled 13 of 26 3-pointers in the first half Saturday against Kansas, tying the Final Four record for 3s made in a game before surpassing the mark early in the second frame.
Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino, who has vowed never to return to the state of Kentucky, said he won't attend the May 4 Kentucky Oaks, even though his filly Coach Rocks will run in the race.
Loyola-Chicago and Sister Jean's Cinderella run ended at the Final Four thanks in part to a largely unstoppable night from Michigan's go-to star.
Who is that No. 12 in gold? Yeah, it's Patriots quarterback Tom Brady showing his support for his alma mater on Instagram.
Devonte' Graham, Malik Newman and the Jayhawks face Jalen Brunson and the Wildcats in a heavyweight Final Four showdown.