ATLANTA (AP) - Louisville has stormed back and taken the lead since trailing Michigan by 12 points in the first half of Monday night's championship game.
Michigan led the top-seeded Cardinals 33-21 in the first half. The Cardinals recovered to lead 63-60 with 7:57 remaining - a 15-point turnaround.
Luke Hancock started the comeback with 16 points in the first half.
- Charles Odum - http://twitter.com/CharlesOdum
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