NCAA Tournament championship game score update: Michigan leads Louisville, 20-15

Andy Lyons

Michigan has a five-point lead with 11:41 left in the opening half thanks to Trey Burke and Spike Albrecht.

The No. 4 Michigan Wolverines lead the Louisville Cardinals, 20-15, at the under-12-minute TV timeout in the 2013 NCAA Tournament championship game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

For more on this game, head over to Card Chronicle and Maize n Brew.

Trey Burke scored the first seven points for Wolverines, and Spike Albrecht drained a trio of three-pointers after coming off the bench to give his team a seven-point lead, its largest of the game thus far, with 12:05 remaining in the opening half. Michigan has made 61.5 percent of its shots.

Wayne Blackshear leads Louisville with five points. The Cardinals are shooting 50 percent from the floor.

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