Talk about a bracket buster. Kansas Jayhawks fans were stunned Friday night when their top-seeded team lost to fourth-seeded Michigan 87-85 in the Sweet 16 round of this year's NCAA basketball tournament. The game looked to be a lock for the Jayhawks, who were ahead by 14 points with seven minutes left and then still by five in the final 21 seconds. A three-point shot by Michigan in the last few seconds tied the two teams, allowing the Wolverines to pull out a win in overtime. Kansas becomes the third top seed to fall in this year's tournament, joining Gonzaga and Indiana in the losers' den.