The ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchups were announced Wednesday -- and there are a couple of marquee battles.
Michigan may have lost Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr., but the Wolverines are bringing back Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III, sources told CBSSports.com.
Michigan point guard Trey Burke nearly went pro a year ago but did the right thing by staying in school for the 2012-13 season.
Bittersweet stuff today, as we give you the season finale of the Wednesday podcast with myself, Jeff Goodman and Gary Parrish. Let's put a bow on it the way you expect us to: with insults, disagreements, tangential stories and occasional college basketball talk. I'm lampooned yet again.
The six inches of twine were twisted between Luke Hancock's middle and forefinger. He was finally walking off the court, never fully stopping, but slowing to give hugs and hand-pounds to friends, family and fans waiting for him.
National title games aren't guaranteed to be great or even good. But this one -- Louisville's win over Michigan -- was one that actually exceeded the hype.
Michigan's title game loss is disappointing now, but the Wolverines will be back soon enough.
Though Michigan was the loser and Trey Burke ultimately overshadowed him, freshman Spike Albrecht was dazzling in the first half.
The storylines weren't as expected, but the 2013 NCAA tournament ended the same way many people projected at the start of March.
A fantastic final has to end in a loser, and in this case, the player of the year walks out of the Georgia Dome without a trophy.

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