NCAA Championship 2018: Michigan vs. Villanova expert picks, predictions, odds, line
Who will win the title game? Our experts weigh in
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After grueling preseason workouts, a marathon of a regular season and one of the best editions of March Madness, the NCAA Championship will be decided Monday. It's No. 3 seed Michigan vs. No. 1 seed Villanova for the national title. The Wildcats had a record-breaking night against Kansas in the Final Four, but can they replicate that performance? Against the Wolverines, it won't be easy -- .
Villanova boats Jalen Brunson, who has already won multiple national player of the year awards and one of the best coaches in the game in Jay Wright. Michigan is led by Moritz Wagner, who led a furious comeback in the Final Four as the Wolverines rallied to defeat Loyola-Chicago for its 14th consecutive victory.
Our experts take a crack at trying to predict who will be cutting down the nets amid the confetti falling from the roof of the Alamodome.
So what side you should back in the Championship Game? Visit SportsLine now to find out which side of the Michigan-Villanova spread you can bank on over 50 percent of the time, all from the advanced computer model on a blistering 13-2 run on NCAA Tournament picks.
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