Jordan Poole's 3 at buzzer lifts MI past Houston

Jordan Poole's 3 at buzzer lifts MI past Houston

Poole pumped his fist and sprinted to the opposite end of the court after the buzzer-beating shot as gleeful teammates chased after him.

Wagner, who scored 12 points and added seven rebounds, is seen putting his arm around Davis, offering words of encouragement as pandemonium reigned all around.

The No. 3 Wolverines face No. 2 North Carolina or No. 7 Texas A&M on Thursday in the Sweet 16 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. They're probably going to need to up their game if they hope to make it to the Elite Eight, but if it comes down to it, they should at least know who to give their final shot.

"I'm just trying to appreciate the moment of what just happened", Beilein said.

A layup from Abdur-Rahkman rimmed out, as did a great tip-in effort from Matthews, and Davis went back to the line with 26 seconds left.

The senior forward missed both.

The game featured 17 lead changes and 12 ties with neither team leading by more than six.

After his huge performance against San Diego State, the Wolverines were wary of Gray. They held us to 64 points and they were in there with all their hearts.

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MI was a trendy Final Four pick when this even began.

Both teams traded big baskets in the final minutes.

If you called it a day before the ending of the Michigan-Houston game, man, did you miss out.

A layup by Moritz Wagner put MI on top 61-60 with 1:44 to go.

The play came after Devin Davis missed two foul shots with 3.6 second remaining for the Cougars. MI fought through recurring offensive demons, finishing the game with just 36 percent shooting.

Abdur-Rahkman wound up 4 of 15 from the floor and 0 of 6 from 3-point range.

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