Michigan vs. Louisville score update: All tied at 7 after a fast-paced first segment

Streeter Lecka

Trey Burke has the hot hand early, but Wayne Blackshear has five of his own, as Louisville and Michigan are tied four minutes in.

We're underway in the last college basketball game of the season, and after four minutes, Michigan and Louisville are tied at 7-7.

Trey Burke got the scoring started for Michigan with a floater from the left side over Gorgui Dieng, followed by a three on the next possession. In total, Burke has scored Michigan's first seven points.

Here's a look at Burke's first three. Move your cursor over the GIF to make it animate.

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But Wayne Blackshear scored the Cardinals' first five and answered Burke's first two baskets with a three of his own to make the score 5-3 less than 90 seconds in.

The first segment ended with Blackshear committing his first foul of the game.

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