Like a true Ohio State fan, I stayed through the final whistle of Villanova cudgeling Michigan for a national championship. I didn't turn it off until I realized "One Shining Moment" wasn't a montage of desolated Michigan fans suddenly wondering how they were going to pay rent.
It would appear America does not share the same lust for Wolverine blood. The Wildcats–Wolverines contest, which was decided early in the second half, reportedly drew the lowest overnight rating for a championship game.
Source: NCAA Championship game registered a 10.3 overnight, a lowest-ever figure for an NCAA Final. The rating peaked at an 11.5 in first half and dropped to 7.0 at the end of the blowout game.
— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) April 3, 2018
Hail to the Victors, indeed.