Duke (35-4) defeats Wisconsin (36-4) in the National championship Game 68-63.
In what would be an instant classic, the Blue Devils took down the Badgers to win their fifth national title in school history and all with head coach Mike Krzyzewski, moving him ahead of the late Adolph Rupp and into second place among all Division I men's coaches. The win also tied them with Indiana and North Carolina for third most NCAA Championships.
Duke defeated fellow number one seeded Wisconsin despite foul trouble which kept their star players, Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow on the bench for much of the game. Freshman guards Tyus Jones (23 points) and Grayson Allen (16 points) took over, and led the Blue Devils. In what would become a back and forth game including sixteen lead changes and five ties, Duke would prove to be too much to handle in the end. They outscored the Badgers 14-9 during the final seven minutes.
The Badgers, who beat undefeated Kentucky in the Final Four, proved that they belonged. This would be the first trip to a championship game since they won the title in the 1940-41 season. Under Coach Bo Ryan, Wisconsin has made the tournament for the last 14 seasons and the Final Four the last two years. 2015 Naismith Trophy winner, senior Frank Kaminsky led the Badgers scoring 21 points with 12 rebounds in what would be his last game in a Badger's uniform.
Duke freshman point guard Tyus Jones was the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
Relive the tip-to-buzzer excitement as the 2015 NCAA National Basketball Championship game is displayed in its entirety on DVD and Blu-ray.
Available to Ship May 24th, 2015