Final Four 2012: Seth Davis' Picks for History's Best Title-Game Performances

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Final Four 2012: Seth Davis' Picks for History's Best Title-Game Performances
Photo courtesy of Subway

Seth Davis has seen plenty of first-rate basketball talent in his years covering the Final Four. With so many All-America standouts on display in New Orleans this weekend, Davis thinks there’s a chance for history to be made in Monday night’s championship game.

In addition to providing his usual TV commentary at this year’s Final Four, Davis is busy making sandwiches as part of a Subway promotion (an April buy-one, get-one-free deal on subs purchased before 9 a.m.). He jokes that he aspires “to be a famous as [Subway spokesman] Jared…he’s a rock star.”

Of course, this weekend is about the basketball stars, and Davis—who set aside his sandwich-making duties long enough for an interview yesterday morning—has plenty of experience with those. Read on for a look at the four individual performances that Davis calls the most impressive ever seen in a national title game, along with the player he feels might join the list by the end of this year’s tournament.

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