Monday's title game is set, with Louisville to meet Michigan to decide the national championship.
ATLANTA -- Why can the Final Four be so good? Why can the biggest stages of any sport continue to give us surprise in our eyes, chills on our skin and bolts of energy to our brains? Because of nights and performances like the one Luke Hancock had inside the Georgia Dome Saturday.
ATLANTA -- Russ Smith was having one of those games that gave a horse a name. The horse belongs to Louisville coach Rick Pitino. He named it after one of his most frustrating and most favorite players. He named it Russdiculous.
Louisville beat Wichita State 72-68, rallying from a 12-point deficit in the second half to advance to Monday night's championship game.
Russ Smith and Peyton Siva might need to play 38 minutes apiece on Saturday.

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