Twitter Takedown: Spike Albrecht blows the world up in the first half of Michigan vs Louisville

Michigan Wolverines guard Spike Albrecht (bottom) reacts during the first half of the championship game in the 2013 NCAA mens Final Four against the Louisville Cardinals at the Georgia Dome. (Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports)

Michigan Wolverines guard Spike Albrecht (bottom) reacts during the first half of the championship game in the 2013 NCAA mens Final Four against the Louisville Cardinals at the Georgia Dome. (Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports)

Everyone watching the 2013 NCAA national championship game on Monday night was expecting guys like Michigan’s Trey Burke, Glenn Robinson III, Tim Hardaway Jr. or Louisville’s Russ Smith or Peyton Siva to blow things up.

However, nobody figured mighty little Spike Albrecht to stand tall amongst the rest of the giants of the game. Prior to the first half of the title game, Albrecht’s career high had only been seven points.

Through the first 17 minutes on Monday night? Seventeen of the Wolverines’ first 33 points.

Surprised? So was the rest of the Twitterverse.