NCAA Championship Game 2013: Live Score, Highlights for Michigan vs Louisville
Louisville coach Rick Pitino becomes the first coach to ever win a national title with two schools as the Cardinals hang on to beat Michigan 82-76 for the 2013 National Championship. Luke Hancock led all Louisville scorers with 22 points.
Full highlights of Louisville's victory over Michigan
They lower the rim so Kevin Ware can cut down the net.
Rick Pitino holds up the 2013 National Championship trophy.
Rick Pitino becomes 1st coach EVER to win national title with 2 schools (won with Kentucky in 1996).— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 9, 2013
Rick Pitino gets freaked out by the confetti cannon fire.
Louisville are your National Champions! Luke Hancock leads all Louisville scorers with 22 points to lead the Cardinals to a six-point victory.
Rick Pitino congratulates the Michigan players after the game.
Trey Burke airballs the three! Louisville is 1.1 seconds away from winning the national championship, and that's all she wrote.— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports) April 9, 2013
12.9 seconds. 6 points.— Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) April 9, 2013
Hancock goes 2-for-2 from the line to put the Cardinals up six. Watch live here.
Michigan finally gets a board, steps out of bounds.Been a rough 2nd half for them on the glass— Robert Littal (@BlkSportsOnline) April 9, 2013
GR3 at the line. Sinks them both! 4 point game. 1:20 to play.— Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) April 9, 2013
Trey Burke hits two free throws to bring the Wolverines within six with less than 2:00 to play. Watch live here.
Luke Hancock is 5-for-5 from 3. No player has gone better than 3-for-3 from 3 in a national championship game— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 9, 2013
Luke Hancock hits his first three of the second half to give Louisville a 76-68 lead.
Louisville up 8, four minutes to play.— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports) April 9, 2013
Michigan takes a timeout down six points. Watch this game live here.
Wow. Burke had him at the rim. Didn't look like he touched him.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) April 9, 2013
Peyton Siva throws down the alley-oop dunk.
So, yes, Peyton Siva *can* dunk.— Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) April 9, 2013
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