It all comes down to this.
Two elite college basketball programs meet at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Monday night when the Kentucky Wildcats face the Kansas Jayhawks in the NCAA National Championship game.
There will be two interesting duels: John Calipari versus Bill Self, and Anthony Davis versus Thomas Robinson.
Self is coming off a season where he was named the Naismith Coach of the Year, and is looking to become the first Kansas coach to win two titles. Calipari, who has been to three Final Fours, is attempting to win his first ever title and ended the regular season with top ranking.
Davis has won the 2012 AP Player of the Year Award and the Naismith Award, while Robinson was a finalist both times. Robinson put up bigger stats this season than Davis, who is on perhaps the most talented squad in the nation.
Both players are 6-foot-10, and both are expected to be lottery picks in the upcoming NBA Draft. The player that wins tonight's showdown may receive extra consideration for the first overall selection.
The tipoff takes place at 9:23 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on CBS.
If you're looking to watch the game online, it can be seen on March Madness On Demand, which shows every NCAA Men's Tournament game for a one-time payment of $3.99.
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