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Someone had to win, but for 10 seconds at the end of the Tennessee-Michigan game, it seemed like no one wanted to. Video of the hectic finale, after the jump…
That’s holder Drew Dileo somehow getting the ball down for a 45-yard field goal that tied the game with Northwestern on Saturday. The Wolverines had only 12 seconds to get the kick off, and managed to do it, making NASCAR pit crews everywhere nod in approval.
Jalen Rose, who has been known to make an ill-advised statement or two in his time (just ask Grant Hill), recently told Bill Simmons that he could step onto a court in an NBA Playoff fame and score 12 points. Today. But would he play for the Pacers or the Heat?
Michigan’s Spike Albrecht and Louisville’s Luke Hancock are taking the building — and Twitter — by storm with their dueling 3-pointers in the championship game. Here’s some of the early reaction.
Mitch McGary is one smooth operator. Earlier in the game, he yanked a rebound from the clutches of Florida center Patric Young by cupping the ball, cradling it with one arm, and waving it around until he could dish it off. Here we see him just getting plain whacky with a between the legs loose ball around the back (breath) mid court save directly to a teammate. Dude, I can’t even talk on the phone and watch TV at the same time. He has 10 points as the Wolverines are rolling.
Michigan Freshman Nik Stauskas Is 5 For 5 From Behind The Arc As The Wolverines Are Trouncing Florida
Nik Stauskas is doing work right now. Going 5 for 5 from three, hitting his other non-three point field goal, and then this crazy last second foul from behind the arc — after which he sank 2 out of the 3 free throws. Yep, this one’s over. Florida is totally out gunned. His impressive shot chart after the jump.
Holy crap. Michigan, which spent most of its Sweet 16 matchup against Kansas keeping things just close enough that you couldn’t quite call it for the Jayhawks just yet, somehow in the end pulled out an 87-85 overtime win. Well, I shouldn’t say somehow – I know exactly how they did it, and the answer is “on the back of Trey Burke”…thans in large part to the insane overtime-forcing three you see above.