There is only one game remaining in the 2013 NCAA Tournament and just one name left to write on your brackets, either the Louisville Cardinals or Michigan Wolverines. The two schools survived their Final Four games on Saturday and will meet on Monday night at 9:23 p.m. ET in the national championship game.
If you haven't been paying attention and want to get caught up on how the bracket unfolded this year, SB Nation has you covered.
Louisville entered the tournament as the top-overall seed and hasn't disappointed, advancing all the way to the championship. The Cardinals had their toughest game of the tournament on Saturday against Wichita State, the nine-seed from the West Region that made a surprise run all the way to the Final Four. Prior to facing the Shockers, the Cardinals knocked off North Carolina A&T, Colorado State, Oregon, and Duke in the Midwest Regional.
Michigan advanced to the championship game as a four-seed out of the South Region. On Saturday, they held off another four-seed in Syracuse, holding off a late Orange charge to win 61-56. In their South Regional, the Wolverines topped South Dakota State, VCU, Kansas, and Florida.