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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jahlil Okafor scored two big buckets late and his freshman buddy Tyus Jones hit a key 3-pointer to lift Duke to its fifth national title Monday night in a 68-63 comeback win over Wisconsin. Okafor spent big chunks of the second half on the bench after drawing his third, then his fourth foul. Jones led the Blue Devils with 23 points.

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — All those noisy Cameron Crazies got to celebrate one more win at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium. About 5,000 students flocked to the Blue Devils’ famously loud arena Monday night to watch Duke beat Wisconsin 68-63 for its fifth NCAA Tournament title. They cheered, they rushed the court, they treated it like a home game — even though the game was played some 600 miles away in Indianapolis.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — When Jahlil Okafor went down with foul trouble, his buddy, Tyus Jones, was there to pick up Duke. Jones, the star Duke freshman, scored 23 points, including a straight on 3 with 4:08 that gave Duke the lead for good, and was named the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — It’s John Wooden and Mike Krzyzewski. Coach K won his fifth national championship Monday night. Only Wooden, who won an incredible 10 at UCLA, is above Krzyzewski on the list of champions. When the buzzer sounded and No. 5 was official, Krzyzewski turned toward his bench with his hands high above his head.