NCAA Basketball

Villanova cut down the nets last night in San Antonio as they won their second national men’s collegiate Title in the last three seasons, and the third in school history.

Villanova came from behind to blow away Michigan, 79-62 to win the big dance and end the madness.

Sophmore guard Donte DiVincenzo scored a game-high 31 points including 5 three pointers coming off the bench to lead the Wildcats to the Championship before 67-thousand, 8-hundred and 31 looked on inside the Alamo Dome.

'Nova won all 6 of its tournament games by double-digits and sank 18-three’s in the Final-4.

Michigan was playing in its second Title game in the last 6 years and ends their season, 33-and-8. Nova finishes 36-and-4 and their dancing in the streets of Philadelphia as the city celebrates its second major sports Title in 2 months after the Eagles won the Super Bowl.

Looking ahead to next season, the Duke Blue Devils are an early 5-to-1 favorite to win the men’s title.

So, Villanova wins the men’s trophy and Notre Dame captures the women’s crown.

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