2013 NCAA Tournament: Twitter previews the title game
Louisville and Michigan will play for the national title on Monday, and we collected 140-character previews (from Twitter and the Georgia Dome) of the biggest storylines to watch for in the Cardinals-Wolverines matchup.
ATLANTA-- How would you sum up Louisville vs. Michigan in a sentence?
What's the biggest storyline in Monday's national title game?
When in doubt, ask Twitter.
In 140 characters or less, here are some of our favorite tweets previewing the Cardinals-Wolverines championship game.
"Right game at right time. 2 teams peaking that play up-tempo basketball. Should be one of the best finals in a long, long time." -Jim Nantz— Tim Cary (@TimCary) April 8, 2013
If Pitino vs. Beilein 2013 is as good as Pitino vs. Beilein 2005, Monday is going to be a whole lot of fun.— Thomas Beisner (@thomasbeisner) April 7, 2013
"I picked the Cards from the beginning and haven’t wavered all year. Speed. Experience. Hall of Fame coach." -@goodmancbs.— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) April 8, 2013
This is the first Big East/Big Ten title game in 24 years. Hard to believe given how successful those leagues have been.— Brian Otskey (@botskey) April 7, 2013
"Spike Albrecht? Spike Albrecht." –Michigan's Jon Horford.— Tim Cary (@TimCary) April 8, 2013
So, who's calling the timeout to lose it all Monday for Michigan?— Russell Payne (@Coach_Payne) April 7, 2013
“Beilein’s brilliant offense vs. Pitino’s nasty defense. And I have no idea who has the edge.” –@greggdoyelcbs.— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) April 8, 2013
“Potential for a close game...this has the capacity to be every bit as good as a game as the ones we saw Saturday night.” -Greg Gumbel— Tim Cary (@TimCary) April 8, 2013
Beilein said he used to buy Rick Pitino's coaching tapes years ago...obviously, he means on Betamax.— Rod Beard (@detnewsRodBeard) April 7, 2013
"Best offense, best defense. Trey Burke vs the press. Pitino win = could make the case as perhaps best coach in the country." -@jeffborzello— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) April 8, 2013
It's the University of Louisville's world for the next 24 hours.— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) April 8, 2013
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