NEW YORK (AP) -Even with a dramatic finish, Monday's championship game couldn't match the TV ratings for last year's final.
Kansas' 75-68 overtime win over Memphis on CBS drew a fast national rating of 12.1 and a 20 share, down 8 percent from 2007. Last season's title game, in which Florida beat Ohio State to become the first team in 15 years to repeat as champions, earned a 13.2.
Ratings represent the percentage of all homes with televisions watching a program. The share is the percentage tuned in among households with the TV on.
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