2018 NCAA National Championship: Michigan vs. Villanova

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Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

With all the fireworks that began with this NCAA tournament - from FBI investigation, Trae Young mania, UMBC, Loyola, etc.) comes to an end Monday night in San Antonio, TX. 

Villanova has dismantled every team in its path this NCAA tournament. Villanova would be the fourth team in the modern era to win every tournament game by double figures. In the Wildcats' way is the Wolverines, with the combo of Moe Wagner and a maddening defense. 

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David J. Phillip/Associated Press

The Wolverines have earned their spot in this title game, and with the exception of the escape against Houston in the second round, played well enough to validate their run to this point. But from a seeding perspective, nobody's ever had it easier through five games in the bracket. Michigan is the first team in tournament history to reach the national title game without playing a team seeded fifth or better. 

Villanova has a chance Monday Night to win its second National Championship in three years, would be quite a feet if they did. Michigan hasn't won a National Championship since 1989 and it is one game away from changing that. We are all expecting a high intense game that hopefully goes to the wire. 

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