Two of the hottest teams in the country square off in tonight's National Championship Game. The NCAA Tournament comes to a conclusion with Villanova and Michigan doing battle for the right to cut down the nets at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The top-seeded Wildcats head into the matchup winners of 10 straight by an average of 16.7 points per game. 'Nova crushed Kansas 95-79 behind a Final Four record 18 threes on Saturday night. The Wolverines pushed past Loyola Chicago 69-57 to advance. Third-seeded Michigan has won 14 in-a-row by 12.4 points per game. The Wolverines are seeking their first title since 1989 and have lost their last three appearances in the last round of March Madness. A victory would give Villanova its second championship in three years.
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