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Louisville vs. Michigan for all the marbles

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Louisville Cardinals fans hold up signs for injured Cardinals player Kevin Ware #5 as they take on the Wichita State Shockers during the 2013 NCAA Men's Final Four Semifinal at the Georgia Dome on April 6, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Tonight the University of Louisville and the University of Michigan will take to the court to crown a National Champion. 

After 66 epic games, one of these two will cut down the nets tonight as the new NCAA champ.

WATCH: Kareem Abdul Jabbar calls it for Louisville

Number one seed Louisville had to come from behind Saturday to beat Wichita State in their Final Four game. 

The Cardinals have been riding a roller coaster of emotion and became the country's sentimental favorite after their guard Kevin Ware suffered that gruesome leg injury a week ago. 

MORE: Seeing Ware injury sportscaster paused and prayed

Meanwhile Michigan is in the final after a nail-biter against Syracuse that came down to the wire. 

The fourth seeded Wolverines have stormed through the tournament, even beating overall top seeded Kansas on its way to the title game. 

Louisville is looking for the school's third national title, while if Michigan wins it'd be their second.

VIDEO: Louisville president hoping for Final Four times two!

More from The Bleacher Report: Breaking down the NCAA title game matchup

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