Wisconsin is one-point favorite over Duke in NCAA Final

On Monday night, the 2015 NCAA Tournament comes to an end with the No. 1 seed Duke Blue Devils and fellow No. 1 seed Wisconsin Badgers going head-to-head at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Entering the tournament, many believed Duke could find their way to the national title game, but Wisconsin was viewed as a much bigger longshot.

However, after Wisconsin was able to knock off the previously unbeaten Kentucky Wildcats in the Final Four to punch their ticket to the national championship, it appears the odds are back in Wisconsin’s favor.

In what is the smallest point spread for a men’s championship game in the past two decades, Frank Kaminsky and the beloved Badgers are one-point favorites over Mike Krzyzewski’s Blue Devils.

Wisconsin is a 1-point favorite over Duke on Monday morning, the smallest point spread in a men's title game in the last 20 seasons.

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 6, 2015

The over/under for the game is set at 139 points.

Krzyzewski will be in search of his fifth national championship, while Wisconsin is seeking their first in the program’s 74-year history.

Duke and Wisconsin met back in December, with the Blue Devils securing a dominant 80-70 victory. However, both teams are much different following their tournament runs and the game should be much more competitive on Monday night.

Wisconsin and Duke are set to tip-0ff at 9:18 p.m. ET on CBS.

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