Michigan Beats Kansas in Overtime

    ARLINGTON, TX - MARCH 29:  Glenn Robinson III #1 of the Michigan Wolverines blocks a shot by Kevin Young #40 of the Kansas Jayhawks during the South Regional Semifinal round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Dallas Cowboys Stadium on March 29, 2013 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

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    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.

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