Donte DiVincenzo leads dominant Villanova past Michigan to win national title


SportsPulse: Villanova had nearly the perfect season and won their second title in three years, and USA TODAY Sports’ Scott Gleeson believes there’s no reason the Wildcats can’t go for another one next season.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — They call him “Big Ragu,” because he has a deliciously Italian name and flaming red hair. Monday night in front of 67,831 at the Alamo Dome he did not simmer so much as bubble over, bursting with offensive efficiency when his team needed it most. 

But long before Donte DiVincenzo was christened “Big Ragu” by FOX broadcaster Gus Johnson in winter 2017, those in his hometown of Wilmington, Del., knew DiVincenzo as something else. Dubbed “The Michael Jordan of Delaware” because of his propensity for dunking, Kathie DiVincenzo worried about her youngest son. 

“Outsiders, the media, they can be harsh,” Kathie said. “That nickname, it’s a lot to live up to.” 

It wasn’t Monday night. 

Two years ago in Houston, backup guard Phil Booth propelled

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