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A Fab Five reunion and an unlikely performance from a current freshman couldn't stop Louisville from coming from behind to beat Michigan for the NCAA championship. Despite Michigan leading for most of the game, Louisville came out on top in the end with an 82-76 victory over the Wolverines thanks to a big performance from Luke Hancock. Hancock ended up scoring 22 points and was named the outstanding player of the game. Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware got himself a championship hat, and even a chance to cut down the nets just like his teammates: 

But it was Michigan freshman Spike Albrecht who captured the Internet's attention after hitting four straight three-pointers and amassing a season high 17 points during the first half. This is just a small sampling of the love Albrecht was getting on Twitter: 

Unfortunately, Albrecht couldn't keep up his first half production. 

In related news, the President's bracket did pretty well this year. It was a lot better than I did in any of my brackets, that's for sure. That's what he gets for going conservative

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